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Tropical Storm Debby To Affect WorkersCompensation.com Office Operations

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Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Office operations for WorkersCompensation.com will be adversely affected by Tropical Storm Debby for Monday the 25th and possibly Tuesday the 26th. Localized flooding has created reduced staffing levels at the offices, which, while open, may affect phone response and support. Email communications should not be disrupted.

The company's data centers, located in Minnesota, Texas and Connecticut, are far removed from the storm and online services will not be affected.

Tropical Storm Debby is currently stalled in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, and has drenched southwestern Florida over the last few days. The Sarasota area, where the company is headquartered, has recieved 8 inches of rain, with 3 1/2 inches by 9:30 eastern today. The company expects normal operations to resume by Wednesday.

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Nick Zar 06/25/2012 12:26:14
What time zone are you in ? I know your close to the Bermuda Triangle, but I think Monday June 2012, after Monday June 4, 11, & 18 would be, by my calculations, the 25th. If that is correct, then the next day, Tuesday, would be the 26th. Has the "localized flooding" permeated your brain cells ?
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WorkersCompensation.com 06/25/2012 13:48:46
Duly noted and corrected. The guy who reads and interprets the calendar for us couldn't get his car out of the driveway this morning.....
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