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- The Top 3 Ways Companies Avoid Paying Workers Overtime
How to tell if you’re getting shortchanged.
- Affordable Care Act: The Employer Shared Responsibility Provision and Seasonal Workers
The reporting requirements for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will remain in effect for the 2017 reporting period, which covers 2016. Any legislative actions regarding repeal of the ACA will have a delay in full implementation.
- Why You Shouldn't Keep Quiet About Sexual Harassment
Unchecked harassment is likely to escalate
- What All Employees Should Know About the FMLA
When and why you can take FMLA leave.
- Workplace Burn Injuries & Workers' Compensation
Every year, over 5,000 American workers are injured in work-related fires and explosions. Many more suffer from chemical burns, and sun exposure burns.
- Scissor Lift Accidents on the Rise
If you are one of the many employees recently injured in an accident involving a “scissor lift,” you may be entitled to Workers’ Compensation benefits for your workplace injury.
- Amazon Sued Over Labor Laws
The so called “gig economy,” where people work many different jobs to make a living, has provoked a debate about what to call these workers and how they should be paid.
- Restaurant Worker Injuries
Restaurants are notorious for their high rate of on-the-job injuries. One reason is because restaurants are often understaffed, leaving the remaining workers to pick up the slack.
- Top Ways to Prevent Fraud from a Private Investigator
Private investigators do not only have to be hired after some bad conduct has occurred. Instead, they can be hired as a preventative measure. They can help prevent fraud from occurring in the first place so that a person or business is not harmed by the wrongdoing of others.
- What Is Due Diligence - A Private Investigator's Perspective
Due diligence is the reasonable inquiry into a business proposal or through the process of buying or selling something of value. Through this process, individuals and businesses can often determine whether an investment or transaction may be a good deal.