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employment-lawThe contemporary American workplace is susceptible to numerous federal, state, and local legislation that impose strict obligations on businesses (e.g., wage and hour legal guidelines, nondiscrimination legislation, etc.). Many organisations, especially smaller businesses, don't completely understand the scope of those obligations and, therefore, frequently (albeit inadvertently) violate what the law states. These violations can result in costly lawsuits, along with civil and criminal penalties. In my experience as being a defense attorney in addition to being a plaintiff's lawyer, the most typical employment law mistakes done by corporations are these (in no particular order):

Thursday, 17 March 2011 10:23

Coping With Unwanted Changes

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Change Ahead SignOne of the most powerful parts of being a coach is to bring awareness to your thinking by creating the window through which you can discover your options, natural strengths and ultimately your fulfillment.
Thursday, 13 January 2011 21:54

Social Security Information

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Social Security DisabilitySocial Security is one of the largest federal programs designed to provide benefits to people with disabilities. Issued by the Social Security Administration, this program permits payment only to those with a disability or those who meet certain medical criteria. Sure, we all sit back and say this could never happen to us. You’re healthy, you take good care of yourself, and you don’t do anything risky or dangerous. But according to government statistics, a 20-year-old worker stands a 3 in 10 chance of becoming disabled before reaching retirement age. And with nearly 50 million Americans living with some type of disability, it is very important to find out how you would be covered and protected should something happen.

Thursday, 13 January 2011 21:34

Is Depression a Disability?

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Depression is a serious illness affecting nearly 15 million people in the United States, and it is the leading cause of disability according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). It can critically effect how an employee performs his or her job, and that can negatively impact their family, colleagues and boss. In order to effectively assist someone in overcoming depression, and help them get their career back on track, you first have to understand it and then learn how best to respond to it and treat it.

Thursday, 13 January 2011 21:29

Chronic Pain in the Workplace

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PainDifferent from acute pain in that it is not a sensation trigger warning of sudden injury or temporary hurt, chronic pain is a constant aching and throbbing that persists for long periods of time. As many as 76.5 million people suffer from chronic pain in the United States, according to the National Center for Health Statistics, and it can affect people for weeks, months or even years at a time. Because of this constant pain, it is often difficult for people to work and frequently interferes with daily life.

Thursday, 13 January 2011 21:22

What is Workers Compensation?

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Work Injury FormWorkers compensations (often referred to as workers comp) is a form of insurance purchased by employers to provide financial benefits to employees that become injured while at work or while performing a work-related task. In most states, purchasing workers compensation insurance is required, although some do states makes exceptions for small companies. If you become injured at work, while performing a work-related errand, or while attending a work-related function, you have the right to file a workers compensation claim with the insurance company that issues your employer’s policy.

Saturday, 25 September 2010 13:46

Workers Compensation: Receiving Compensation

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Work Injury Claim formThere are some employees that enter the work force not knowing that there is protection in place to ensure they are compensated for any types of injuries. As many employers know, there are certainly many accidents that can occur within the workplace, leaving them liable for punitive and medical damages. This can be quite expensive, and with many employees taking the option to sue or file tort claims, there can be great losses for companies. Another option for employees is the worker’s compensation program that serves as a type of insurance for these employees in the event that there is some sort of mishap that causes serious or even minor injury.

Saturday, 25 September 2010 13:45

When You May Need Neck Surgery to Get Better

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Neck PainWhen you hear the expression “pain in the neck” you often don’t associate it with an actual pain that is found in the neck. However, when you truly experience a pain in the neck, it can be extremely painful and be a sign of a more serious issue that may require surgery. Neck surgery isn’t used for every neck pain, naturally, but can be the most ideal and effective measure for various conditions, as well as injuries. Considering that nearly 50% of the entire U.S. population is suffering from some sort of neck, arm, or shoulder pain associated with some sort of neck condition, there are definitely many people that require the use of neck surgery in order to recover fully or to a point of better use.

Saturday, 25 September 2010 13:39

When Back Surgery is Necessary

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Back PainWhen Back Surgery is Necessary and What You Should Know

The aching back feeling is definitely for the birds, but it is the most common symptom in most people’s lives from day to day. There are various statistics concerning this type of ailment, which include only a small 5% of those afflicted who will remain debilitated for more than three months, with nearly 90% of all sufferers finding relief through conservative measures. These measures can include several different techniques utilized to ensure your back is feeling better without the invasion of surgery. However, there is back surgery that may be needed to correct or compensate for serious back problems and pain.


Saturday, 25 September 2010 13:34

Understanding Personal Injury and What You Can Do

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What can you do if you suffer from personal injury that is the fault of someone else? Where do you go to receive compensation? Do you even know what personal injury is? These are all legitimate questions and often the issue within a case where an employee or citizen is unaware of their rights and their actual liabilities. Believe it or not, there are many injuries you may incur that are not your fault, in which you are able to receive compensation in one form or another. You must know what you can do, where you can go, and when to take action in order to be fully prepared for anything.
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