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An exhilarating encounter | News for the workers compensation industry

An exhilarating encounter By the soft light of electric candles, he saw the dish filled with gingerbread cookies on a small table across the room. Traditional holiday treats were whipped up earlier today by a horny mother and daughter in a cozy kitchen as festive snowflakes fell outside. Suddenly, his …

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THE CANNABIS CONVERSATION: Cannabis Taxes and the Illicit Market | Lost Coast Outpost

For years, the California commercial cannabis community has argued that the taxes are too high. With dropping pot prices, slowing consumer sales at the retail level, impending tax hikes, and illicit production in the ever-expanding market, things have come to a head recently. Industry insiders are pushing Governor Newsom for …

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Voluntary pay rates drop again in South Carolina; Risk multiplier assigned to increase

Workers’ compensation insurance rates for the voluntary market will drop next year in South Carolina, but the loss cost multiplier for the assigned risk sector will rise again, thanks to another year of excessive losses, the State Department of Insurance announced. For industrial classifications in the residual market, the department …

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Duff: “Worker Protection Bill”, NLRA and Worker Safety | Workers’ Compensation News

Through Michael C. Duff Tuesday, December 21, 2021 | 0 While this is not directly related to workers’ compensation, following tornado-related worker deaths in Illinois and Kentucky, a number of news articles have discussed the need for a kind of worker protection law. Michael C. Duff But as I told …

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Nell Nolan: Eden House, WYES “Hemingway”, Churchill Society, NO Bar Assn | Holidays / Society

Goodbye autumn Fall party Il Mercato harbored buzz and social unrest on a recent Wednesday evening, when supporters gathered for Fall Fiesta on behalf of Eden House, “a movement to end the trafficking and sale of human beings.” “Building Dreams” is the title of the annual fundraiser. President Kara Van …

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Foresight Expands Underwriting Team As Security-Focused Pricing Model Gains Ground | News

SAN FRANCISCO, December 17, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Foresight, the workers’ compensation insurtech that reduces the frequency of workplace incidents for its policyholders by 31% on average, today announced several strategic changes to its division growing underwriting. Elaine bruce was promoted to Vice President, Underwriting, and Matt Lachowski has …

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New Trio of Executives to Lead Kinetic Insurance as Wearable

NEW YORK, December 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Kinetic, the company providing wearable technology that promotes safe environments for the industrial workforce, today announced that Gerritt Graham, Ronnie O’Dell and Steven Schafer will lead Kinetic assurance. Kinetic Insurance was announced as a new company on November 16, combining workers’ compensation …

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Burnham to succeed McCarthy as president of AFL-CIO Minnesota

The AFL-CIO Minnesota General Council today elected Bernie Burnham as the next state federation of labor president. The former Duluth teacher, who currently serves as vice president of Education Minnesota, will succeed Bill McCarthy, who plans to retire on February 1 after more than six years in the top union …

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[Updated] Quad M Drastically Increases Employee Count Using Its Staffing Solution Company Continues Asymptotic Revenue Growth

EDGEWATER, NJ, Dec 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Joseph Frontiere, CEO of Quad M Solutions, Inc. said, “Quad M Solutions (MMMM: OTC Pink) is rapidly adding employees using our staffing solution due to our approach unique to provide employee benefits. At the beginning of December of this year, the company …

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