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UR sued over retirement plan fees (access required)

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A federal class-action lawsuit has been filed against the University of Rochester on behalf of more than 36,000 employees claiming they paid millions of dollars too much in fees for their retirement plan. The Pittsburgh law firm of Carlson Lynch ...

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Downtown development bucking trends

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Heidi Zimmer-Meyer, president of the Rochester Downtown Development Corp., has been working with the organization since 1984 to promote the city’s central district. But even she is surprised by the scope of the development boom going on in the downtown ...

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Former executive suing Jordan Health (access required)

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A former executive at the Anthony L. Jordan Health Corp. is suing the organization claiming she was fired because she disclosed the alleged misuse of federal government funding. Kimberlee A. Frarey filed an 18-page complaint in U.S. District Court in ...

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Fisher and UB Law offer 3+3 program (access required)

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St. John Fisher College and the University at Buffalo School of Law have announced a new 3+3 program that allows undergraduate students at Fisher to earn both their undergraduate and law degrees in six years, and hold down the cost of their ...

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#MeToo is changing HR approach (access required)

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The wave of sexual harassment allegations against well-known public figures like Harvey Weinstein and Steve Wynn and the resulting #MeToo movement that has emboldened the average worker to come forward with claims of their own are forcing human resources professionals ...

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