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Businesses are “Fighting Back” Against Excessive Unemployment Costs

author: kprice 4:31 am EST April 8, 2012
By the Price of BusinessRadio Partners of US Daily Review. 
M-F at 8 pm CST on http://1070knth.com, hosted by US Daily Review Publisher/Editor in Chief, Kevin Price.
People are looking virtually everywhere to find ways to curb costs in this, one of the worst economies in US history.  In an interview on the Price of Business, unemployment compensation expert, Bob Scott detailed how companies could not only appeal outrageous costs from the government, but develop a long term strategy of prevention to keep businesses in their best position.
Watch that interview in its entirety here. 
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