LOS ANGELES -- Arden Group here said increases in non-salary benefit costs -- including workers' compensation premiums, pension contributions, and health and welfare benefit payments -- were why earnings declined 4.1% to $3.3 million in the 13-week second quarter ended June 28. d in the SEC filing, this change may not result in a reduction in workers' compensation costs, which, it observed, are "highly dependent on legal and legislative trends, the inflation rates of health care costs, and ...

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