The Manitoba government is moving to protect workers from mental harassment.
Labor Minister Jennifer Howard reports new provisions will be made to labor laws address intimidation, bullying ... Read More
City of Gadsden v. Lawrence Scott:
On October 29, 2010, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released this opinion wherein it considered whether or not the employee proved by clear and convincing evidence ... Read More
The NJ Division of Workers Compensation has indicated that broad release "language should not be included as part of a settlement order, attached to a settlement order or placed or part of the settlement ... Read More
The question has been asked: Are there any situations where the employee might elect not to pursue a workers compensation claim or might not have a workers comp claim for a work related injury? The ... Read More
A federal jury awarded close to one million dollars in damages to three sheriff's officers after finding their commanders discriminated against them and retaliated against the trio when they voiced ... Read More
The number of people killed at work in the United Kingdom dropped to a record low last year, according to the Health and Safety Executive, the government's health and safety enforcement body. ... Read More
NIOSH research has revealed that breathing nanoparticles may result in damaging health effects.
"Nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionize countless products, create computers smaller and faster ... Read More
A few years ago a large national third party administrator (TPA) got into a lot of trouble when a Fortune 500 client noticed some major irregularities in the closing and re-opening of claim files. The ... Read More
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