If you thought the end of the Enron trials and the sudden death of Kenneth Lay meant you wouldn't see more news about the company that brought us Sarbanes-Oxley, think again. Former Enron employees are taking it on the chin once more, according to CFO.com.
Of the more than 20,000 employees who were compensated for lost retirement funds, approximately 7,700 were overpaid and 12,800 were underpaid, the story says. The botched payments reportedly resulted from a glitch in software used by the compensation consultants managing the settlement. A spokesperson for Hewitt Associates says the company is "working diligently" with Enron Creditors Recovery Corp. to resolve the issues.