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Recruiting All-Star Help
The importance of your doctor to your health and your case cannot be overstated. Your doctor really is vital for both. One strong device to support your doctor with his interests in your health is to take a STAR with you to your examination.
Five Types of Wage Deductions that Employers Should Always Avoid
The question of what deductions can be permissibly taken from employee earnings presents a legal minefield for many employers.
Can Your Employer Snoop Around Your Facebook and Twitter Pages?
There are federal and Maryland state laws that protect the Maryland employee from invasive employer social media snooping. This article explains your employee right to privacy.
Four Dirty Tricks Used by Insurance Adjusters to Restrict Workers’ Compensation Payouts
Four Dirty Tricks Used by Insurance Adjusters to Restrict Workers’ Compensation Payouts
Getting Workers' Compensation Benefits for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome affects millions of individuals in the United States. If your job has caused or worsened your condition, you may be entitled to workers' compensation.
Responsibilities of Employers in Managing Injury Claims
Employers and employees have to follow a particular set of steps whenever an employee suffers an injury while working. These steps should be followed to facilitate everything needed to deal with the injury.
How to Appeal Your Workers' Compensation Claim
An injured employee can appeal a workers compensation claim if no agreement was made with the employer through a conference or mediation.
How to Get Paid: Pennsylvania's Law Regarding Contractor Payment
PENNSYLVANIA LAW REQUIRES THAT CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS GET PAID; LEARN HOW.
Trade Secrets Part II: Does “Non-Disclosure” Ever Mean “Non-Compete”?
Assuming that an employer has taken reasonable security measures to protect its bona fide trade secrets, what can be done after a former employee breaches the parties’ confidential relationship and begins working for a competitor?
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