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The employee must report every injury that he or she has at work. Giving the employer “notice” of the work injury should be done as soon as possible. This notice should be given to your immediate supervisor, but it’s also a good idea to report it to human resources if your employer has such a department. Advising the employer of ...

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Before we get started explaining what to expect, I always encourage my clients to try and come to some sort of an agreement or compromise with their soon-to-be ex-spouse, if possible.

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Every day my eyes and ears are assaulted by Emus, talking Geckos, and various B-List celebrities extolling the virtues of cut-rate insurance. SAVE SAVE SAVE! They all say, in an attempt to get you to switch your auto, home, etc., insurance to their company. Saving money is great. I love to save money, although I seldom seem to have the ...

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Winter can be a stressful time. With less to do outside, the kids are probably climbing the walls. There’s the last minute rush for Holiday gifts, and yesterday you found out your inlaws want to “stop by” for a week or two, pandemic or no pandemic.

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Workplace harassment is a form of discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other federal regulations, including the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

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Now that telecommuting and working from home is so widespread, we thought we would spend some time on your Employer’s financial responsibility to you and your family in the event of a work-place injury while you are at home.

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