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These excerpts taken from the IRM 10-K filed Mar 2, 2009.

Employees

        As of December 31, 2008, we employed over 11,400 employees in the U.S. and over 9,600 employees outside of the U.S. At December 31, 2008, an aggregate of 550 employees were represented by unions in California, Georgia and three cities in Canada.

        All non-union employees are generally eligible to participate in our benefit programs, which include medical, dental, life, short and long-term disability, retirement/401(k) and accidental death and dismemberment plans. Unionized employees receive these types of benefits through their unions. In addition to base compensation and other usual benefits, all full-time employees participate in some form of incentive-based compensation program that provides payments based on revenues, profits, collections or attainment of specified objectives for the unit in which they work. Management believes that we have good relationships with our employees and unions. However, since December 31 2007, one of our labor contracts covering approximately 30 employees has expired, and we have been operating under the expired contract while attempting to negotiate a replacement agreement.

Employees



        As of December 31, 2008, we employed over 11,400 employees in the U.S. and over 9,600 employees outside of the U.S. At
December 31, 2008, an aggregate of 550 employees were represented by unions in California, Georgia and three cities in Canada.



        All
non-union employees are generally eligible to participate in our benefit programs, which include medical, dental, life, short and long-term disability,
retirement/401(k) and accidental death and dismemberment plans. Unionized employees receive these types of benefits through their unions. In addition to base compensation and other usual benefits, all
full-time employees participate in some form of incentive-based compensation program that provides payments based on revenues, profits, collections or attainment of specified objectives
for the unit in which they work. Management believes that we have good relationships with our employees and unions. However, since December 31 2007, one of our labor contracts covering
approximately 30 employees has expired, and we have been operating under the expired contract while attempting to negotiate a replacement agreement.




These excerpts taken from the IRM 10-K filed Feb 29, 2008.

Employees

        As of December 31, 2007, we employed over 11,600 employees in the U.S. and over 8,500 employees outside of the U.S. At December 31, 2007, an aggregate of 585 employees were represented by unions in California, Georgia, New York and three cities in Canada.

        All non-union employees are generally eligible to participate in our benefit programs, which include medical, dental, life, short and long-term disability, retirement/401(k) and accidental death and dismemberment plans. Unionized employees receive these types of benefits through their unions. In

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addition to base compensation and other usual benefits, all full-time employees participate in some form of incentive-based compensation program that provides payments based on revenues, profits, collections or attainment of specified objectives for the unit in which they work. Management believes that we have good relationships with our employees and unions. However, as of December 31 2007, certain of our labor contracts had expired, and we were operating under the expired contracts while attempting to negotiate replacement agreements.

Employees



        As of December 31, 2007, we employed over 11,600 employees in the U.S. and over 8,500 employees outside of the U.S. At December 31, 2007, an
aggregate of 585 employees were represented by unions in California, Georgia, New York and three cities in Canada.



        All
non-union employees are generally eligible to participate in our benefit programs, which include medical, dental, life, short and long-term disability,
retirement/401(k) and accidental death and dismemberment plans. Unionized employees receive these types of benefits through their unions. In



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addition
to base compensation and other usual benefits, all full-time employees participate in some form of incentive-based compensation program that provides payments based on revenues,
profits, collections or attainment of specified objectives for the unit in which they work. Management believes that we have good relationships with our employees and unions. However, as of
December 31 2007, certain of our labor contracts had expired, and we were operating under the expired contracts while attempting to negotiate replacement agreements.



This excerpt taken from the IRM 10-K filed Mar 1, 2007.

Employees

As of December 31, 2006, we employed over 10,400 employees in the U.S. and over 8,200 employees outside of the U.S. At December 31, 2006, an aggregate of 600 employees were represented by unions in California, Georgia and two cities in Canada.

All non-union employees are generally eligible to participate in our benefit programs, which include medical, dental, life, short and long-term disability, retirement/401(k) and accidental death and dismemberment plans. Unionized employees receive these types of benefits through their unions. In addition to base compensation and other usual benefits, all full-time employees participate in some form of incentive-based compensation program that provides payments based on revenues, profits, collections or attainment of specified objectives for the unit in which they work. Management believes that we have good relationships with our employees and unions. However, as of December 31 2006, certain of our labor contracts had expired, and we were operating under the expired contracts while attempting to negotiate replacement agreements.

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This excerpt taken from the IRM 8-K filed May 22, 2006.

Employees

As of December 31, 2005, we employed over 9,900 employees in the U.S. and over 5,900 employees outside of the U.S. At December 31, 2005, an aggregate of 598 employees were represented by unions in California, Georgia and New Jersey and two cities in Canada.

All non-union employees are generally eligible to participate in our benefit programs, which include medical, dental, life, short and long-term disability, retirement/401(k) and accidental death and dismemberment plans. Unionized employees receive these types of benefits through their unions. In addition to base compensation and other usual benefits, all full-time employees participate in some form of incentive-based compensation program that provides payments based on revenues, profits, collections or attainment of specified objectives for the unit in which they work. Management believes that we have good relationships with our employees and unions.

This excerpt taken from the IRM 10-K filed Mar 16, 2006.

Employees

As of December 31, 2005, we employed over 9,900 employees in the U.S. and over 5,900 employees outside of the U.S. At December 31, 2005, an aggregate of 598 employees were represented by unions in California, Georgia and New Jersey and two cities in Canada.

All non-union employees are generally eligible to participate in our benefit programs, which include medical, dental, life, short and long-term disability, retirement/401(k) and accidental death and dismemberment plans. Unionized employees receive these types of benefits through their unions. In addition to base compensation and other usual benefits, all full-time employees participate in some form of incentive-based compensation program that provides payments based on revenues, profits, collections or attainment of specified objectives for the unit in which they work. Management believes that we have good relationships with our employees and unions.

This excerpt taken from the IRM 10-K filed Mar 16, 2005.

Employees

        As of December 31, 2004, we employed over 9,500 employees in the U.S. and over 5,000 employees outside of the U.S. At December 31, 2004, an aggregate of 460 employees were represented by unions in California and two cities in Canada.

        All non-union employees are generally eligible to participate in our benefit programs, which include medical, dental, life, short and long-term disability, retirement/401(k) and accidental death and dismemberment plans. Unionized employees receive these types of benefits through their unions. In addition to base compensation and other usual benefits, all full-time employees participate in some form of incentive-based compensation program that provides payments based on revenues, profits, collections or attainment of specified objectives for the unit in which they work. Management believes that we have good relationships with our employees and unions.

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