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New Greenwood Parks Superintendent cites community involvement as top motivator in job search

GREENWOOD — The new parks superintendent for Sebastian County’s second-largest city said the personal interaction with the people he’ll serve motivated him to apply for the job in the first place. Greenwood City clerk/treasurer Sharla Derry said Casey Craig, 36, started her job on Monday. The city’s Parks Commission voted …

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PRIMERICA, INC. MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS. (Form 10-Q)

Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations ("MD&A") is intended to inform the reader about matters affecting the financial condition and results of operations of Primerica, Inc. (the "Parent Company") and its subsidiaries (collectively, "we", "us" or the "Company") for the period from December 31, 2021 …

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Takeaway Answers | San Marcos record

San Marcos Public Library 625 E. Hopkins Street 512-393-8200 Q.What is a “business plan?” A. A business plan is exactly that – a blueprint for your business so you can secure financing, solidify your goals for your business, and succeed. The Small Business Administration (SBA), a department of the US …

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SEC modernizes record-keeping requirements for certain registrants

On October 12, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted to adopt a new electronic filing system terms for broker-dealers, broker-dealers in securities swaps (SBSD) and major participants in securities swaps (MSBSP) – enabling the use of new technologies, such as cloud storage, to meet obligations. These new record keeping …

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SEC, CFTC and DOJ crack down on unapproved messaging apps – Securities

A recent wave of enforcement actions against major regulated financial institutions related to the use of unapproved messaging apps provides an important message from the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (” CFTC”). Additionally, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) recently released a memorandum indicating that …

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ZAA | ZDR3 members mobilized after Hurricane Ian

The Zoological Association of America (ZAA) revealed how Zoological Disaster Response, Rescue, and Recovery (ZDR3) led the response to damaged zoos and aquariums in Orlando, USA, after Hurricane Ian swept through the state. 12 zoos in Florida that were damaged by the hurricane received assistance from ZDR3, which offered needs …

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Donald Trump’s stolen files aren’t all the archives are missing

Comment this story Comment The unprecedented crisis between former president Donald Trump and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) emphasize the Archives’ critical role in government and public service. It also offers an introduction to how archives have become both essential to the public, but also key contributors to …

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How the DOL’s new independent contractor rule could cause major headaches for advisers

The rule proposed by the Department of Labor released on October 11 according to David Bellaire, executive vice president and general counsel of the Financial Services Institute, an advocacy group, this would determine whether workers are classified as independent contractors or employees. The new labor rule would replace the 2021 …

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NH unemployment rate rises to 2.2%, off historic lows

Oct. 18 – The state wants to fill 185 vacant positions for workers to maintain its highways and offers an extra $5,000 to hard-to-hire plow operators. “This is a (new) incentive for existing employees and for new hires who work in the winter season and plow,” said Richard Arcand, spokesman …

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The neighborhood offers a new understanding of 17th-century Dutch art – Eurasia Review

The importance of knowing what is happening in your neighborhood and defending its honor is at least as old as societal expectations comparable to the 17eof the Netherlands of the last century, according to a new book by a University of Kansas art historian. Numerous Dutch paintings of a range …

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New York State and City Labor Law Update

In this memorandum, we report on three upcoming legislative and regulatory changes that affect employers in New York State and New York City: (i) the enactment of the Adult Survivors Act (the “ASA “); (ii) lifting of New York City’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate for private employers (the “New York City …

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AgriWebb’s software seeks to increase yields and reduce environmental impacts for farmers and ranchers • TechCrunch

AgriWebb is on a mission to help livestock producers feed the world efficiently, profitably and sustainably by providing its comprehensive, fact-based database of beef production around the world. The Australian startup, which is building a livestock management platform for ranchers and farmers, wants to digitize farm records and the meat …

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San Francisco aims to collect 1993 bill – NBC Bay Area

In the 1990s, Mike Lano took professional photos of pro wrestlers sparring. Now he’s the one going to the mat – with the city of San Francisco over a tax bill. “It’s the most ridiculous thing that’s ever happened to me, and I’ve been around pro wrestling and it’s about …

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Washington State Employers Face Significant Minimum Wage and Wage Threshold Increases | Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Effective January 1, 2023, the Washington State minimum wage will be $15.74 per hour. This is a $1.25 increase from the current 2022 minimum wage of $14.49 an hour. Because the wage threshold for exempt employees in Washington is tied to a multiple of the minimum wage, the exempt wage …

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Woman sues Hertz after being accused of stealing rental she paid for

A Hertz customer has been arrested after being charged with stealing a rental car, a lawsuit has heard. Antwanette Hill is one of hundreds of people suing Hertz for wrongful arrests for “stolen” cars. A father and daughter faced armed police after the company reported their rental car had been …

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Launches of investment products and services

New York Life launches Wealth Plus New York Life announced the launch of Wealth Plus, which includes two new life insurance solutions. Wealth Plus Series is designed to provide death protection and the potential for early, tax-efficient cash value accumulation, allowing clients to maximize the benefits of life insurance as …

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CFTC Orders 11 Financial Institutions to Pay More Than $710 Million for Record Keeping and Supervisory Failures Due to Widespread Use of Unapproved Communication Methods

washington d.c. — The Commodity Futures Trading Commission today issued orders to file and simultaneously settle costs against swap brokers and affiliated futures brokers (FCMs) of 11 financial institutions for failing to maintain, retain or producing records that were required to be kept under CFTC record keeping requirements, and failing …

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It’s harder in California to steal, sell catalytic converters

Governor Gavin Newsom announced on Sunday that he had signed legislation to crack down on rampant theft of catalytic converters from vehicles by prohibiting recyclers from purchasing the valuable car part from anyone other than the legal owner or an authorized dealer. Legislators this year introduced a sequence of invoices …

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Reviews | Until they become the norm, isolated weather events are not enough proof of climate change | Opinion

The intersection of MLK Drive West and Burnet Woods Drive, photographed in January 2022. Bobb Knauft | opinion journalist One of the most controversial issues surrounding the world today is climate change. Debating its seriousness, or even its existence, has become a topic of frequent discourse, especially in younger people. …

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Weather Cycle Impacts – Ohio Ag Net

By James Hoorman, Hoorman Soil Health Services The weather is always difficult to predict. The meteorologist can be right less than 50% of the time, while keeping his job! However, with the weather, it is somewhat cyclical. Solar flares, sunspots and the La Niña/El Niño phenomenon are a bit more …

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Agriculture Forum: Lean and Safe Farms | Company

Hannula In my quest to learn all things agribusiness, I have a long list of reading material to go through. One recommendation in particular comes up repeatedly, and for good reason: “The Lean Farm” by Ben Hartman. In case you are unfamiliar with “The Lean Farm” and its principles, a …

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BVI Business Companies (Amendment) Act 2022 – Summary of Key Changes | Walkers

Revisions to the BVI Business Companies (Amendment) Act Effective January 1, 2023 The BVI Business Companies (Amendment) Act 2022 (“BCA Amendment Act“) which amends the BVI Companies Act, as amended (the “ACC”) was published in the Official Gazette on August 12, 2022 and comes into force on January 1, 2023. …

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COA Reports Keeping Davao City Donation Records During Sara Duterte Surveillance

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, Philippines – The Commission on Audit (COA) has flagged the Davao City government for poor record keeping that has left donations, including several vehicles donated to City Hall last year, out of of his books at the end of 2021. In a 2021 report, auditors said …

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Archivists work on behalf of the public to protect the nation’s history – The Virginian-Pilot

Annette Finley-Croswhite, Ph.D., is a professor of history at Old Dominion University. (HANDOUT) I have spent most of my life working in archives. It was my “happy places”, a quiet world of dusty papers and buried treasures that took me from a tiny archive in Dumfries to the Library of …

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Livingston Parish Imposes One-Year Moratorium on Injection Wells, Pausing Carbon Capture Efforts | Environment

Livingston parish leaders voted unanimously on Thursday to impose a one-year moratorium on injection wells used in carbon captureciting the need for stricter local regulations amid concerns over the safety of the technology. Carbon capture and storage is a process by which carbon emissions are captured at an industrial site …

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Global office administrative services market expected to grow at a rate of 18% through 2026

Global Office Administrative Services Market Report 2022 – Global Market Size, Trends and Forecast 2022-2026 The Business Research Company Global Office Administrative Services Market Report 2022 – Market Size, Trends and Forecast 2022-2026 LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, September 5, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to the “Office Administrative Services Global Market …

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Logistics Manager, Laos PDR – Lao People’s Democratic Republic (la)

Logistics Manager, PDR Laos 18 month fixed term contract The starting salary package for this position is £38,304 GBP / approx. US$44,876 including all allowances About MAG: MAG saves lives and builds the future by working with others to reclaim land contaminated by the debris of conflict, to reduce the …

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CPD makes changes after scathing report over canceled officers’ days off

CHICAGO (CBS) – Chicago police officers say they are being pushed beyond their limits with their days off and vacation canceled. Now the superintendent of police. David Brown is making changes aimed at giving agents more time off. As CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reported on Tuesday night, it comes …

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The role of the company secretary under Qatar law

With only a few references in the Commercial Companies Law No. (11) of 2015 (the Companies Act), two articles of the corporate governance code issued by the Qatar Financial Markets Authority (QFMA code) and limited sections of the Qatar Financial Center Corporations Regulations (QFC Regulations), the role and responsibilities of …

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6 New ERISA Pension Plan Suits to Watch

By Kellie Mejdrich (August 26, 2022, 6:40 p.m. EDT) – Proposed class action lawsuits against employers, challenging the performance of a suite of BlackRock target date funds in massive corporate 401(k) plans, stand out of a healthy harvest of Employees Retirement Income Security Act lawsuits were filed this summer. Benefits …

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Precision Planting launches soil sampling system – AgriNews

TREMONT, Ill. — Fertilizer is the second highest cost of agricultural production behind land, but the least understood input on how to manage. “This is a pressing concern and as we researched the origin of all our nutrient management techniques, we found that fertilizer management evolved at a slower pace …

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You Spin Me QPAM Baby QPAM: DOL’s proposed QPAM rule could result in changes to collective trust agreements for plan sponsors | Holland & Hart – The Benefit Dial

The DOL published on July 27, 2022 a proposed amendment to the QPAM exemption (“Proposed QPAM Amendment”) which may require pension plan sponsors to update their collective trust agreements to meet the new requirements of the DOL. Group trusts have become an increasingly common way for qualified pension plan committees/plan …

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Drought in Europe could have a long afterlife

Comment this story Comment Europe is burning. As brutal drought and record heat battered the continent this summer, crops withered and wildfires raged. The thunderstorms have cooled things down but are not expected to end the drought and may even create new problems: flash floods and falling trees. The apocalyptic …

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Global Highly Visible Packaging Market Outlook for

Dublin, Aug. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Highly Visible Packaging Market size, trends and growth opportunities, by type, by end-use industry, by region and forecast to 2027.” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Highly Visible Packaging Market was valued at USD 39 Billion in 2021, which …

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Inside the last frantic record-keeping days that got Trump in hot water

So-called “burn bags” were widely present, according to two former Trump White House officials, with red stripes marking those containing sensitive classified material slated for destruction. Such bags, according to Mark Zaid, a lawyer well versed in national security law, are common. But a former official said staff would also …

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Audit: $30,000 in Pennsylvania Firefighters Association Funds Missing | State

The Center Square – The Auditor General has asked the Center County District Attorney in Pennsylvania to investigate a local firefighter relief association after a financial audit found nearly $30,000 in missing funds. “I have asked the district attorney’s office to take a closer look at whether any laws have …

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Fair Housing Rule, Consumer Protection Rule in the Sale of Insurance; Correction – InsuranceNewsNet

Correction of amendments. CFR Part: “12 CFR Parts 338 and 343” RIN number: “RIN 3064-AF84” Quote: “87 FR 49767” Page number: “49767” “Rules and Regulations” Agency: “Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.” SUMMARY: The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) published a document in the Federal Register of August 8, 2022making technical corrections …

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Northern Territory writes off $70m rental debt for remote communities after homes found uninhabitable

The Northern Territory government has written off nearly $70 million ($448.8 million) in rental debt for remote Indigenous communities amid allegations that housing is not up to scratch. In late June, Treasurer Eva Lawler canceled the debt following legal action brought by Aboriginal residents of Laramba and Santa Teresa in …

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Trump team tried to dump documents, Haberman book says

A spokesperson for former President Donald Trump has denied trying to dispose of the White House documents by flushing them down the toilet after Axios posted two images of paper allegedly bearing Trump’s handwriting at the bottom of the paper. chests of drawers. “You must be desperate enough to sell …

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Some of the roughly 1,000 people stranded at Death Valley National Park have left despite flooding

“All roads into and out of the park are currently closed and will remain closed until park staff can assess the extent of the situation,” the National Park Service said Friday. There were about 500 visitors and 500 staff at the park on Friday, the agency said, and stranded visitors …

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Same-Day ACH Payments Doubled in Q2

The ACH network transferred 7.5 billion payments totaling nearly $20 trillion in the second quarter, according to a announcement of Nacha, the industry group responsible for carrying out the protocol. Measures of year-over-year change included: Same-day payout nearly doubled, growing 94.4% to $486 billion on a 24.4% increase in volume. …

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Video Demo: Adding Quantitative Cyber ​​Risk Analysis to a GRC or IRM

Watch this webinar for a video demonstration of the seamless integration of RiskLens Platform with a GRC, MRI or other recording system through the RiskLens APIwith the aim of increasing efficiency, reducing redundancy and increasing the strategic value of risk management platforms through Cyber ​​Risk Quantification (CRQ). Watch: CRQ Use …

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Second DFPI Regulatory Proposal on Debt Collections Licenses | Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP

On July 15, the California DFPI released a draft text for a second regulatory proposal under the Debt Collections Licensing Act (DCLA) regarding the scope, annual reporting, and amount-increasing provisions of the DCLA’s obligations. Here are some examples of the proposed changes: a new definition of “engaging in debt collection …

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Maximize ROI of Blockchain Technology

As blockchain technology continues to become mainstream, it is poised to impact every aspect of society and finance, from payments and investments to data security and record keeping. Most would I agree investment in blockchain technology is important, especially in the financial services industry, but ensuring wise investment is a …

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Trustees push for overhaul in excessive fee case

A recent decision by an appeals court warrants rethinking a decision on an excessive expense lawsuit, or so the plan’s trustees argue. The lawsuit in question was filed by a group of participants-plaintiffs in the $5.354 billion Humana retirement savings plan (represented by the law firm Capozzi Adler). The plan …

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Study indicates that demand for unit dose blister packaging will increase in the future

The Freedonia Group study indicates that the demand for single-dose packaging systems will grow in the future. Photo credit: Jakayla Toney on Unsplash Patient adherence, injection prevention, increased drug production and self-administration are some of the key drivers behind the estimated 6.4% annual growth of unit dose containers, and it …

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North Platte’s worst summers for heat and drought | Latest titles

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in the Spring 2018 edition of the Telegraph’s former magazine Revisited. It has been updated to include subsequent notable weather events. In both summer and winter, west-central Nebraska is definitely a land of extremes. It’s not exactly the “Great American Desert,” the term by …

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Humana asks court to rethink keeping ERISA dispute alive

By Irene Spezzamonte (July 21, 2022, 1:51 p.m. EDT) — A federal court in Kentucky should reconsider a decision denying Humana’s request to dismiss a lawsuit seeking excessive recordkeeping fees, the health insurance company said, arguing that a recent Sixth Circuit ruling on the same issue is a change in …

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Shoebox vs Safe: Keeping Important Documents Safe

I remember watching reruns of the original “Let’s Make a Deal” when I was a kid. One of my favorite parts was the treasure hunt. It amazed me what kind of things some of these ladies would have in their purses. And more impressively, they could locate these objects quickly. …

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Broadband expansion welcome for rural communities – The Suffolk News-Herald

By Joe Banish Contributing author High-speed Internet is on the way for many rural Tidewater residents, businesses and community organizations. Suffolk town officials were joined by those from Isle of Wight and Southampton counties and a host of other local dignitaries for the official inauguration of the new broadband internet …

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Brazil’s rainforest sees record destruction

RIO DE JANEIRO — Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon during the first half of 2022 has broken all records, a measure of the growing destruction taking place under President Jair Bolsonaro. Satellite images taken between January and June show 1,500 square miles of forest destroyed, more than in any six-month …

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Aug 11 WebChat: Best Practices for Tracking Your CFO’s Training and Compliance Tasks

Date: Thursday, August 11, 2022 Time: 1:00 p.m. EDT / 12:00 p.m. CDT / 10:00 a.m. PDT / 5:00 p.m. GMT Sgodfather : Vector solutions Duration: 1 hour Register today ! Already registered? Please Click here open a session! A certificate of attendance will be given to you.Keeping track of …

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After the theft of the catalytic converter, Carney, First drives to Falls Creek at the last minute

Above: A group of campers and leaders from Caney, First, attended Falls Creek Youth Camp. Pastor Jeremy Parham is in the second row, far right. CANEY (BP)—Car trouble always seems to come at the worst possible time, and that was exactly the case Monday morning for a group of students …

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How the FTC’s Proposal Would Toughen Auto Finance Rules

By David Monteiro, Nicholas Gess and Eamonn Moran (July 7, 2022, 5:41 p.m. EDT) — On June 23, by a vote of 4 to 1, the Federal Trade Commission issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that is squarely aimed at changing how auto dealerships interact with customers in the auto …

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How to find the right part-time job

Part-time employment includes parents, retirees, teenagers and students. Part-time employees areused in a variety of functions in almost every industry. Starting at the bottom and working your way up is possible with a part-time job. Managers, directors and executives all started with part-time work. First, consider that you are old …

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CAL OSHA’s revision to draft COVID standards will take effect January 1

On May 6, 2022, the California State Office of Administrative Law (OAL) adopted the third revision California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) COVID-19 Temporary Emergency Standards (ETS), which are effective until December 31, 2022. On June 16, 2022, the Cal/OSHA Standards Board issued a published its draft COVID-19 …

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marm assistance details how they are preparing for the summer travel season in Turkey

The recovery of tourism Industry officials, including travel agency marm, expect tourist numbers to Turkey this year to return to 2019 levels, and even exceed those numbers in southwestern beach towns. Travel restrictions for Covid-19 were lifted on June 1 and Turkey started the summer of 2022 well for domestic …

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Chicago expands sexual harassment prevention obligations for employers

On April 27, 2022, the Chicago City Council passed amendments (“Amendments”) to its Human Rights Ordinance (“Order”) adding important sexual harassment prevention requirements for employers, including a new employer policy, notification and training requirements, expanded record-keeping requirements and penalties stricter in the event of violation. The amendments also expand the …

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OFCCP Week in Review: June 2022 #4 | Direct Employers Association

Tuesday, June 21, 2022: Spring 2022 regulatory program recycles OFCCP elements from previous programs; WHD and NLRB list important items There are a total of 78 rules listed on the USDOL Spring 2022 Regulatory Agenda posted on the OMB website, including five for the OFCCP. The five elements of the …

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Federated Hermes expands Trans – GuruFocus.com

WINDSOR, Conn., June 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSNC) today announced that Federated Hermes, Inc., a global leader in active and responsible investing, has extended its nearly five-decade transfer agency services relationship with SS&C. SS&C Global Investor and Distribution Solutions (GIDS) will continue to provide domestic …

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Sheriff’s office announces ‘greater accountability’, ‘more robust’ record keeping along the way • Georgia Virtue

Following a host of headlines regarding the sheriff’s office accounting and record keeping, Burke County Sheriff Alfonzo Williams said “more robust” practices are on the way. Over the past two weeks, the Burke County Sheriff’s Office has come under increased scrutiny following a story in the local newspaper, The true …

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Sam Robert Recognized as a Catalyst Leader by Fulcrum Partners, a OneDigital Company

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. ATLANTA, June 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fulcrum Partners, a OneDigital company, announced SamRobert as a 2022 Catalyst Leader. Sam serves as the company’s Vice President – ​​Retirement and is based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He …

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IRS Treatment of Cryptocurrency for the 2021 Tax Year and Beyond

Cryptocurrency plays a larger societal role, from personal income tax, retirement/estate planning, transactions, and even professional athlete salaries. Those engaged in the crypto market will want to know how to comply with current tax laws and how to navigate the tax rule changes regarding crypto that are expected to arrive. …

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Verisk and LIMRA partner with Co

JERSEY CITY, NJ, and WINDSOR, CT., June 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Building on the unique strengths of both organizations, LIMRA and Verisk are partnering to provide enhanced capabilities for insurers and archivists to help fight fraud and financial criminal attacks against their customers. FraudShare, LIMRA’s latest industry solution developed …

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New York State Legislature Seeks to Regulate Work-Related ‘Quotas’ for Warehouse Workers | Smaller

On June 3, 2022, the New York Legislature passed Senate Bill 8922, the Warehouse Worker Protection Act (WWPA), which, if enacted, would further regulate the working conditions of warehouse workers in New York State. As detailed below, the WWPA, following similar legislation in California, would restrict and regulate the use …

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Lack of standing travel (another) excessive expense suit

A federal judge has dismissed an excessive expense lawsuit involving a $7.8 billion 401(k) plan, accepting the argument that the plaintiff participant was not even invested in the funds in question. Remember, as we noted earlier, the legal standard for surviving a defendants’ motion to dismiss a lawsuit is relatively …

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LIMRA and Verisk Partner to Expand Anti-Fraud, Financial Crime Offerings in Life Insurance, Annuity and Retirement Markets – InsuranceNewsNet

WINDSOR, Conn., June 9 — LIMRA issued the following press release on June 7, 2022: Building on the unique strengths of both organizations, LIMRA and Verisk today announce a partnership that will provide greater capabilities to insurers and registrars to help them fight fraud and financial criminal attacks on their …

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What ancient Greece teaches us about the commemoration of the dead

What ancient Greece teaches us about the commemoration of the dead ‘Antigone leads Oedipus out of Thebes’ painting by Charles François Jalabert. Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts of Marseille via Wikimedia Commons By Joel ChristensenJune 6, 2022 Professor Joel Christensen is the chairman of the department of Classical …

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Stolen and lost fentanyl leads to license suspensions at Cheshire Medical

June 4 – State councils recently suspended the licenses of Cheshire Medical Center’s head nurse and two other staff after gallons of fentanyl solution disappeared from Keene Hospital, according to the NH Office of Professional Licensure and Certification. The state medical licensing authority, which oversees the New Hampshire Boards of …

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GOP’s Cornyn tipped to lead as Senate discusses gun law changes

WASHINGTON (AP) — Less than 48 hours after a gunman stormed an elementary school and killed 19 children and two teachers in his home state of Texas, Senator John Cornyn walked straight from the U.S. Senate floor into the office of Republican leader Mitch McConnell. The Texas Republican had just …

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Connecticut certifies class action group of over 11,000 people

Four former employees of Eversource Energy Company recently obtained partial certification of their claims. However, the District of Connecticut ruled that because the named plaintiffs were all former plan participants, they could not seek prospective relief and only granted certification with respect to retroactive relief claims. Plaintiffs’ second amended complaint …

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IQ Financial Advisor – Content Page

According to an undersecretary of Treasury Department. “Some financial intermediaries, such as investment advisers, are not subject to comprehensive AML/CFT regulations”, Brian Nelsonundersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence at the Treasury Department, said Wednesday, referring to anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing rules. “While investment advisers are subject to multiple federal …

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Courts Ready Cash targets small business loans

BERNARD…you can’t manage what isn’t measured, and so the reasoning behind good record keeping is that it allows business owners to learn and grow from their own experience commercial. FINANCIAL Courts Ready Cash says borrowers, especially small businesses, could get more financial support if they kept better records. Atasha Bernard, …

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What to know about rolling over a 401(k), IRA when you leave a job

Several million Americans will retire over the next few years. Many millions more could change jobs. And many millions more could lose their jobs in the next recession. If your situation is changing and you have a 401(k) type retirement plan at work, an important decision awaits you: whether to …

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Pakistan is about to burn out

Warning: Pakistan is at the toast point by Hadia Sheerazi |May 20, 2022 Many parts of South Asia experienced record high temperatures in April. Source: NOAA This weekend, Pakistan was one of the hottest places in the world. My hometown of Karachi, with a population of 25 million, caved in …

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Triple-digit weather is coming in early 2022; El Paso hits 101

If it’s hotter than usual, it’s not just you. El Paso’s first 100-degree day of 2022 arrived earlier than expected on Monday. At 3:08 p.m. Monday, the El Paso airport weather station recorded 101 degrees, a new high for May 16, beating the previous high of 98 degrees set in …

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Reds vs. Pirates – Game Recap – May 15, 2022

PITTSBURGH — In what quickly became a losing season for the Cincinnati Reds, it was truly the ultimate misery. Prized rookie Hunter Greene and reliever Art Warren combined to allow zero hits in a full game, but that didn’t count as a no-hit — or even a win. Instead, the …

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Cryptocurrencies as Investment Options in 401(k) Plans | Goodwin

On March 10, 2022, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued a Compliance Assistance Release[1] (the “Communiqué”) expressing its views on the availability of cryptocurrencies on 401(k) investment platforms. This guidance comes as more and more 401(k) plan service providers have announced plans to make digital currencies available on their …

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Nextep and former participants reach agreement to settle ERISA lawsuit

Nextep Inc. and former participants in a 401(k) plan proposed by the company have agreed to settle a lawsuit that alleged Nextep and its trustees violated ERISA in administering the plan. Notice of a tentative agreement was filed Tuesday in a U.S. District Court in Norman, Okla. Terms were not …

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Blake will run against Ogden for the position of sheriff

Retired Oak Bluffs Police Chief Erik Blake will run against incumbent Dukes County Sheriff Robert Ogden for the Democratic nomination for sheriff. The showdown will be decided in the state primary on Sept. 6. Debra O’Malley, spokeswoman for Secretary of State William Galvin, confirmed the island’s worst-kept secret on Monday: …

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Brazilian Amazon deforestation hits record high for April

RIO DE JANEIRO — Deforestation detected in the Brazilian Amazon broke all records for the month of April, and this follows similar new records set in January and February, reflecting a worrying increase in destruction in a state deep in the forest. tropical. Satellite deforestation alerts for April matched more …

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MCHS FFA students receive state diplomas at state convention

ANDERSON — Five MCHS students received their state diplomas, the highest diploma offered to Future Farmers of America high school students, at the Missouri State Convention in late April. Emily Hutton, a professor of agriculture at MCHS, said she took 27 students to the state’s annual convention, only five of …

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HR Hotline: What happens when an employee is mistakenly classified as exempt? |

Q: I employ a longtime executive assistant who is mad at me because I recently changed her pay status from salaried to hourly. I did this because a review of our personnel practices revealed that several of our employees, including this one, were incorrectly classified as exempt. She is now …

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Charles Schwab (NYSE:SCHW) PT reduced to $123.00

Charles Schwab (NYSE: SCHW – Get a rating) saw its price target lowered by Morgan Stanley stock research analysts from $132.00 to $123.00 in a report on Monday, Benzinga reports. The brokerage currently has an “overweight” rating on shares of the financial services provider. Morgan Stanley’s target price would indicate …

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Saratoga leads new national 4x1600m leader at New York relays

The national outdoor record holders were back in action for the longest relay on the track, with Saratoga tackling the 4x1600m at the New York Relays. Running the same formation as their winning 4xMile team in the 2021 Outdoor Nationals and 2022 Indoor Nationals, the girls took the title in …

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US Regulators Crack Down on Electronic Communications Retention – Corporate/Commercial Law

As technology continues to evolve and new ways of electronic communication emerge, businesses face increased compliance challenges and increased regulatory risk. With more employees working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a significant increase in the use of text messages, chats, and online meetings to conduct business. …

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How often does it snow on Easter in Chicago? – NBC Chicago

Easter Sunday is traditionally considered a celebration of spring, full of bright colors and blooming flowers, but winter still makes its presence felt at times and could do so again late Sunday and Monday in the Chicago area. Forecast models predict clouds to increase throughout the afternoon on Sunday, giving …

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IDOA ANNOUNCES PERMANENT DICAMBA RULES

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) today announced permanent state-specific restrictions for the use of dicamba on soybeans. The permanent restrictions remained unchanged from the 2020 and 2021 growing seasons. IDOA’s proposed administrative rules were published in the Secretary of State’s Journal Illinois Registry last December, allowing …

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Job: Project Manager at Jemi Neil Consulting

Jemi Neil Consulting (JNC) is a human and business solutions company. We are a human resources consulting firm with a particular focus on executing various strategic initiatives so that our clients get the best out of their human resources. We offer end-to-end HR solution services ranging from business consulting, HR …

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Agency information gathering activities; Submission to OMB review; Request for comment; Affordable Care Act Grandfathered Health Plan Disclosure, Record Keeping Requirement, and Operator Disclosure Amendment

ABSTRACT: The Ministry of Labor (DOL) submits this Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)-sponsored information collection request (ICR) au Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review and approval under the Paper Burden Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA). Public comments on the ICR are invited. DATES: OMB will review all written …

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Practice Acquisitions: Key Legal and Regulatory Considerations for Private Equity Firms and Physicians | Morgana Lewis

Since 2016, there has been a strong overall upward trend in both the size and volume of healthcare services transactions. After recovering from a decline in 2020 due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 saw growth of over 50%, with a particularly strong recovery in medical practice acquisitions. …

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What is Preventive Maintenance?

As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is better than cure. This could be described as the mantra of Preventive Maintenance (PM), a method of maintenance involving regular servicing of machinery and other assets to keep them in good working order. If the day-to-day operations of your small …

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Crapo: ATF record keeping and financing | Columnists

As participants in the decisions made in Congress, the people of Idaho reach out to me with valuable input on issues facing our country. I publish information on various issues of importance on my website, crapo.senate.gov. Concerns about the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) are among the …

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AI and Jobs: Tracking California’s Proposed Employer and Automated Decision-Making Regulations | Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

California is among the first states to propose expressly regulating employers’ use of algorithms and artificial intelligence. In a virtual public meeting on March 25, 2022, the California Fair Employment and Housing Council discussed proposed regulatory changes that would address the use of artificial intelligence by employers and third parties …

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Florida hits 90% one-shot vaccine percentage for adults

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Florida became the 18th state to pass the 90% vaccination percentage for adults receiving at least one COVID-19 shot, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday. Also Monday, the state reported to the CDC 870 cases, one week after …

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How to keep records on your farm

An old adage from my parents can be loosely translated as “business fails because of bad bookkeeping.” Contemporary business practices also emphasize the need for proper records, which can be analyzed and used as the basis for decision-making. It’s a good practice, isn’t it? Let’s go back home, and by …

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City of Cleveland earns top ranking for audit

City of Cleveland Chief Financial Officer Leslie Herrera and City Manager Stacy Williams hold certificates from the Government Finance Officers Association that show the city achieved the highest possible ranking in its 2020-2021 audit . The City of Cleveland earned the highest possible ranking for its 2020-2021 audit, according to …

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Spectrum CEO to Testify Before Senate HELP Committee | national

TACOMA, Wash., March 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Spectrum Pension Consultants, Inc. (“Spectrum”) today announced that its Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Petros Koumantaros (“Petros”), will testify before a US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (the “Committee”) hearing in favor of retirement security. The Committee hearing, …

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How a team effort to improve healthcare with the help of AI paid off

Jhis project began with a tricky problem. Imaging tests that revealed unexpected problems – such as suspicious lung nodules – were ignored by busy caregivers, and patients who needed follow-up fast weren’t getting it. After months of discussion, health system leaders at Northwestern University have united around a heady solution: …

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BNP Paribas Securities Services and CACEIS plan to create a new service provider specializing in issuer services

CREDIT AGRICOLE SA Paris, March 18, 2022 PRESS RELEASE BNP Paribas Securities Services and CACEIS plan to create a new specialist provider of issuer services BNP Paribas Securities Services and CACEIS have signed a draft agreement to consolidate their services to issuers within a joint venture owned equally by the …

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GOP tensions rise as Arizona Senate votes against other election bills | Kingman Miner Daily

PHOENIX — The Arizona Senate on Monday rejected other election bills, many of which create criminal penalties for missteps by election officials that stem from Senate Republicans’ scrutiny of the 2020 election. The failure of more than half a dozen election bills came amid a tense row between Republicans who …

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Indiana Farmers Embrace Organic as Demand for Produce Rises | Local News

ANDERSON — For Sam Johnson, organic farming isn’t just a practical way to protect the environment. It is also an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. “My main reason for doing this is just to get away from all these problems that we have with herbicide and pesticide resistance,” Johnson …

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SEC Investigates Record-Keeping Breaches Resulting From Use of Personal Emails and Messages | Bilzin Sumberg

In recent weeks, several major U.S. financial institutions have disclosed to investors that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and/or the Commodities Future Trading Commission (“CFTC”) are investigating alleged use by employees of institutions of unapproved messaging methods, including text messages and personal emails, to conduct official business. In …

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Spring Hill fire chief fired for ‘poor record keeping’ | SpringHill Homepage

Longtime Spring Hill Fire Chief Terry Hood was fired by the City of Spring Hill on Tuesday following what the city called “poor record keeping resulting in potential liability to the city.” Both the city and the SHFD released the following statement on their social media pages at 9:42 p.m. …

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Death toll tops 6 million for pandemic now in its 3rd year

BANGKOK (AP) — The official global death toll from COVID-19 topped 6 million on Monday — underscoring that the pandemic, now entering its third year, is far from over. The milestone, recorded by Johns Hopkins University, is the latest tragic reminder of the relentless nature of the pandemic even as …

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Adams County urges treasurer to account for $215 million

DENVER — Adams County has been on hold with County Treasurer Lisa Culpepper for months now. The commissioners openly questioned whether Culpepper was incompetent, and people who trust him to handle their affairs agree with the commissioners’ line of thinking. “I sent out five different property tax checks for five …

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Capozzi Adler Lands Settlement with Land O’ Lakes

Capozzi Adler reached another excessive fee settlement with a billion-dollar plan. This lawsuit was filed by participant-plaintiffs Craig Parmer and Mark A. Laurance against the trustees of the Land O’ Lakes Employees’ Supplemental Savings and Retirement Plan in May 2020. In particular, they claimed that the defendants trustees of the …

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March 1 marks spring on (some) calendars – NBC New York

“When does spring begin? is a more confusing question than you might think. Turns out it depends on who you ask. When does spring start? March 1 or March 20? Most people can say that March 20, the date of this year’s vernal equinox, marks the beginning of spring in …

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After the landslides in Brazil, grief and faith among the ruins

PETROPOLIS, Brazil — Every day, Alex Sandro Condé leaves the shelter he’s been staying in since deadly landslides devastated his impoverished mountainside neighborhood and searches for others who have suffered losses. He doesn’t have to search hard. Condé can’t even walk a block without stopping to put his hand on …

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Columbia Department of Psychiatry Chairman Fired for Calling Sudanese Model a ‘Monster of Nature’

On Wednesday, Columbia University terminated its psychiatry department because it posted a racially insensitive retweet about the South Sudanese model Nyakim Gatwetch, reports the Huffington Post. Jeffrey Liberman is no longer the head of the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia’s Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons nor the chief psychiatrist …

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