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SEC Sweatshop? Staff Revolt on Conditions: Hours, Benefits Are Among Grievances

Traders Magazine, December 1999

William Hoffman

Long hours. Unpaid over-time. No flexible schedules. No childcare. Management cronyism. Cheapskate benefits.

If you thought this is a description of a sweatshop in Hondorus, think again. According to Michael Clampitt, it's a description of working life today - at the Securities and Exchange Commission in the U.S.

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