IBM draws fire for switching to once-annual 401(k) match

By Bloomberg News Service
December 10, 2012

The world’s largest computer-services provider will only match defined contributions on Dec. 15 of each year — workers who leave or are fired before that date get nothing. The move could lead to significant savings, but it’s already led to criticism.

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