Even as Gen Y becomes a major factor in the workforce and Gen X rises through the management ranks, corporate America is striving to produce more with fewer people. Regulatory burdens and organized labor have combined to make off-shoring and automation increasingly attractive. As a result, the share of value created going to labor is down dramatically from a generation ago. What does that mean for workers and the companies that employ them? We’ll provide the answers.
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