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- Chiropractic Care in the Workplace
On-site wellness and chiropractic care is a growing trend being embraced by many companies across the U.S.
- Nationwide Decrease in Workers' Compensation Benefits
Cuts to Workersí Compensation benefits across the nation have left many employees who have been seriously injured at work struggling to make ends meet.
- How Disability Attorneys Handle Social Security Claims
While every disability law firm handles cases slightly differently, there are many similarities between the firms. Here is an overview of how a disability attorney handles Social Security claims.
- Is the Person Working For Your Business an Independent Contractor or Employee?
Independent contractors and employees are not the same, and itís important to understand the difference. Knowing this distinction will help you determine what your first hiring move will be and affect how you withhold a variety of taxes and avoid costly legal consequences.
- Cancer Patient's Disability Claims are Often Denied
There are over 12 million Americans living with cancer. Individuals diagnosed with cancer can undergo many different treatments during the course of their disease.
- New Mandatory Sick Time Leave in Philadelphia
New legislation requiring Philadelphia employers to offer paid sick time for many employees was approved by City Council and signed into law by Mayor Nutter last week.
- Mandatory Sick Pay in Philadelphia
A crowd of workers cheered last week at City Hall in Philadelphia when Mayor Nutter signed a bill mandating paid sick leave into law, and the City Council approved the legislation.
- Side Effects of Medical Treatment Affect Ability to Work
Individuals suffering from chronic illnesses including diabetes, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia often take prescriptions or undergo medical treatment to help them cope with the symptoms of their conditions.
- Can I Be Fired for Lying on My Job Application?
Some job applicants decide to lie on their application, in their resume or in answers to interview questions in hopes that these lies or exaggerations will help them land the job. However, employing one of these tactics can cause an individual his or her job.
- Back Injuries in Healthcare Workers
Back injuries including herniated discs, strained muscles, pulled or torn ligaments and disc degeneration are the most common work injuries among healthcare workers. Nurses, nursing aids, orderlies, attendants, laundry workers, kitchen workers and environmental services in the healthcare field can suffer from back injuries caused by everyday tasks or workplace accidents.