ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 12, 2000
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Arlington, Virginia and Washington: Jim Sciutto) The contentious issue of mandatory overtime examined; details given about this labor issue at Verizon and other companies. [Verizon striker Alicia ERNEST - says employees are forced to stay at work.] [US Chamber of Commerce Steve BOKAT - says companies are caught in a labor squeeze.] [AFL-CIO secretary treasurer Richard TRUMKA - says this is "built-in overtime."] [American University public administration department professor Robert TOBIAS - says people want time off.]
(Studio: Aaron Brown) ABCNews Website survey page mentioned.
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