The Cincinnati Enquirer
Monday, September 4, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 247
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LOCAL LAWYER SHAPED LABOR LAW
When U.S. Sen. Robert Taft invited him to dinner at a Capitol Hill restaurant in late 1946, Mack Swigert had no idea he was about to be part of history.
Resistance to overtime stirs battles

AIRLINES FLY LOWER TO SPEED FLIGHTS
Several major airlines — including Delta and Comair — are flying their planes at lower altitudes to shorten distancesand travel times in hopes of curbing this summer's epidemic of delays.

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ECKBERG: Shanks for the memories
        It was not my idea — with a Seven-Figure Guy and a Six-Figure Guy — but it was a siren song this Five-Figure Guy could not resist.

Employees saved paper company
        When Voith Sulzer Paper Technology announced last year it was going to close after five decades, 10 people at the Monroe company decided it was time, instead, to keep the company alive.

Survey: Satisfied employees stay put
        Richard Wellins is senior vice president of Development Dimensions International, a global human resource company based in Pittsburgh. The company recently surveyed 20 firms and 200 people about the challenges of creating a committed work force. The firm has a roster of 1,000 clients worldwide that includes General Motors, Bank of America, BASF and Toys "R' Us. Mr. Wellins talked with reporter John Eckberg.

The Success Coach
        Question: I have a degree in electrical engineering and work in software development for a large company. I do my job very well but feel that I won't get ahead in this company because I do not have a good command of the English language.

Promotions & new on the job
        Josh DeWit has joined E@symail Interactive Inc., an international e-mail marketing firm based in Cincinnati, as director of sales and marketing.

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