In a recent report in the The Record it was noted that hundreds of toxic sites were located in North New Jersey, specifically Bergen and Passaic counties. The former geographical location of ... Read More
According to NCCI claim frequency decreased in 2009 by 4.0% from 2008 (last year the annual decline was 3.4%). This continues a twenty-year downward trend that is expected to extend into 2010. You can read ... Read More
An independent medical examination (IME) should be completed when an employee's recovery from an injury takes longer than normal, or when the employee is released from medical care, but receives a ... Read More
About two-thirds of managersin New Zealand found courses improved employees' literacy, numeracy and increased their understanding of health and safety issues, and subsequent compliance with requirements ... Read More
Amaxx's Workers Comp Cost-Containment Resource Center for Employers now provides workers compensation insurance-related information twenty-nine industry groups.
The industries covered are: agriculture, ... Read More
Acting Justice Jeffrey Arlen Spinner has ruled that a plaintiff must give a defendant access to private postings from two social networking sites that could contradict claims she made in a personal ... Read More
Vegas Western Cab Company, which provides taxi services in Nevada, will pay $30,000 to a disabled job applicant and furnish other relief to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed ... Read More
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