3 things you might not know about workers’ compensation claims

Unfortunately, most employees have problems receiving their compensation claim. The main purpose of the workers’ compensation claim is to protect employees who are injured on the job. As a general rule, contract and casual employees might not be allowed to take advantage of workers’ compensation claim benefits. The worker’s compensation …

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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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Project management software: what features are needed for marketing?

Jack Wallen offers his thoughts on what constitutes a solid project management platform for marketing teams. Image: iStockphoto/Jirsak Project management is essential for an effective and efficient business. Almost any team in your company could benefit from such a platform, including your marketing teams. By empowering your marketing with project …

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Oak Valley Bancorp (NASDAQ:OVLY) now covered by StockNews.com

StockNews.com launched coverage on the shares of Oak Valley Bancorp (NASDAQ:OVLY – Get a rating) in a research note released Thursday to investors. The brokerage has set a “hold” rating on the shares of the financial services provider. NASDAQ OVLY shares opened at $18.44 on Thursday. The stock has a …

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City Council – Sundance Times

March 1, 2022 The municipal council met today in ordinary session at 7:00 p.m. under the chairmanship of the deputy mayor Brad Marchant. The roll call was taken by Acting Mayor Brad Marchant with council members Joe Wilson, Callie Hilty in attendance. Randy Stevenson, present by telephone and Mayor Brooks …

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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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Best Invoicing Software for Small Business

Advertiser and Editorial Disclosure Accounting software is a fantastic resource to help you manage your finances. Having an invoicing tool, either as part of the accounting software you use or as an add-on, can help you create professional invoices that get you paid on time. But with so many options …

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Andersen Global enhances its African platform with additional coverage in Mali | Business

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 8, 2022– Andersen Global is adding complementary tax capabilities to its existing platform in Mali with collaborating firm Kanaga Consulting, reinforcing its commitment to providing its clients with comprehensive local and global coverage. Kanaga Consulting, founded in 2011, provides a wide range of tax, accounting and consulting …

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Police board rejects officer’s grievance over compensation

City officials at a special meeting last month voted unanimously to reject a grievance presented by a police officer for compensation. Under the contract between the police union and the city, “every permanent employee of the service who is injured or disabled in the line of duty is entitled to …

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Asset Panda Review – Forbes Advisor – Forbes Advisor

Asset Panda offers a configurable system that allows you to track assets and critical information about them, such as maintenance dates, physical location, when assets were purchased or leased, and associates authorized to access assets . The company has expertise in a variety of industries, including construction, healthcare, education, government, …

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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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House Bill 698 – Workers Compensation Related to Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations

Description of the invoice: House Bill 698 states that employees required to take the COVID-19 vaccine by their employer can seek compensation for any injuries they sustain as a result. This bill is similar to House Bill 464 introduced earlier this session. Rating: 0 Does this violate the spirit or …

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Electronic Payslip Service Market Demand, Trends and Competitive Landscape Forecast 2021-2028

“ Electronic Payslip Services Market 2022: Latest Analysis HOYA CompanyJC Payroll ServicesBookCheckPayroll services onlyas quickly as possiblePayplusQuill payrollPWFMPayrollNHS Payroll Services Reporthive.com Investigate presents an up-to-date study of Electronic Payroll Services Market 2022 Sales Revenue, Analysis of Key Players, Development Status, Opportunity Assessment and Forecast till 2028 (based on the global …

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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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How to ship a motorcycle in 2022

Advertiser Disclosure Moving across the country and wondering how to ship your motorcycle? Whether you’re traveling thousands of miles or a few hundred miles, it’s important to know how motorcycle shipping works and what you can expect to pay. We’ve researched and ranked the best motorcycle shipping companies for every …

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ARX ​​Equity Partners Acquires Majority Stake in Klient Holding

Zoltán Lambert (left) and Béla Lendvai-Lintner ARX ​​Equity Partners has announced that it has acquired a majority stake in Klient Holding, the holding company of WTS Klient, which is part of the global WTS network. According to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal, the mutual intention of …

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Editorial: Captives Solve Tough Problems

It has taken some time for the hardening commercial insurance market to have a ripple effect on the captive sector, but the sharp rate increases over the past three to four years have led to an increase in captive formations l year after five years of decline. The proven alternative …

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AI Brings Greater Resilience to Self-Healing Endpoints

Join today’s top leaders online at the Data Summit on March 9. Register here. CISOs’ time and teams are overstretched, protecting remote and hybrid workforces and the growing number of machine-based endpoints from new, unpredictable attack patterns. Cybersecurity professionals, including CISOs, doubt that their existing endpoint security systems can thwart …

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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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Legislation aims to stem deluge of Minnesota cops retiring with PTSD

A Republican state senator and DFL House member have teamed up to stem the deluge of Minnesota law enforcement officers citing post-traumatic stress disorder and stepping back early – rather than trying first a treatment that could put them back to work. The bill may require workers to seek treatment …

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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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Famous for its lunar watch, Omega donates time to Privateer’s space junk trail

March 1, 2022 — For more than 50 years, Omega has helped astronauts keep track of time as they travel through space and walk on the moon. Now, through a new collaboration, the Swiss watchmaker is lending its timekeeping skills to help track all of the objects humanity has placed …

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China HR and Payroll Guide 2022: Ninth Edition Now Available

Human Resources and Payroll in China 2022 (9th Edition), the latest publication from China Briefing and Dezan Shira & Associates, is now available and available for download through the Asia Briefing publication store. Why this guide is important A solid understanding of Chinese laws and regulations relating to human resources …

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For Omaha’s national workers’ compensation provider, happiness is key to employment

When Omaha National President and CEO Reagan Pufall reflects on how COVID-19 has affected recruiting and hiring at the workers’ compensation insurance provider, his main verdict is: no much. The key features that allowed the Managing General Agent (MGA)/insurance company to grow from eight to 200 employees in just over …

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Metagenomic Sequencing Market Outlook 2029

New Jersey, United States,- This illustration Metagenomic Sequencing Market The research report outlines several crucial topics such as market drivers, restraints, latest market trends, key pricing structure, customer buying behavior, and market size. It follows a systematic research procedure to provide accurate assessments as well as market growth predictions. It …

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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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Apple is launching new Macs… and other tech news for small businesses this week

(Photo by SSPL/Getty Images) SSPL via Getty Images 1— The Apple M2 and up to seven new Mac models will be released this year. Apple Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman previously mentioned the 13-inch MacBook Pro announcement, but he recently predicted that seven new Mac models will be released in 2022.—all …

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David Keener Summers Jr. — Cameron | Obituary

CAMERON – David Keener Summers Jr., 81, of Cameron, died on February 26, 2022. David was the husband of the late Nancy Griffith Summers. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1 at the Cameron Memorial Cemetery in Cameron, with the Reverend David Battle and the …

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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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These 3 income ETFs are retirees’ best friends

AAre you a retiree looking for investment income? Or is that period of your life fast approaching? Do not worry. Moving from a growth-focused portfolio to a more secure income-focused portfolio doesn’t have to be a difficult transition. Indeed, if you want, you can do it entirely with exchange-traded funds …

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ShiftMed CEO discusses rate hikes, supply and demand for nursing home staff

Established staffing agencies have had to rethink — and defend — their relationship with skilled nurse operators at this point in the pandemic, with opportunistic players entering the space and rates doubling during a historic staffing crisis. ShiftMed CEO Todd Walrath said the agency’s relationship has become much more “strategic,” …

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Manage cyberforts! – SEC proposes new cybersecurity regulations for RIAs and funds

As cybersecurity incidents increase in frequency and notoriety, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) aims to strengthen cybersecurity regulations across the financial industry, including registered investment advisers with the SEC (“RIA”) and registered investment companies and business development companies (collectively, the “Funds”).[1] On February 9, 2022, the SEC proposed …

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Gabe Cossio Joins CLARA Analytics as Vice President of Sales | News

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 23, 2022– CLARA Analytics (“CLARA”), the leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) technology to the commercial insurance industry, today announced that it has selected Gabe Cossio as its new Vice President of Sales. Cossio will play a key role in executing CLARA’s aggressive growth strategy as …

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FTC settles with Weight Watchers in first child privacy case requiring removal of algorithms

On February 16, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a proposed settlement order in federal court in its case against WW International, Inc. (formerly known as Weight Watchers International, Inc.) and its subsidiary Kurbo, Inc. (Kurbo) to resolve allegations that the defendants violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act …

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Robert Van Art Obituary (1948 – 2022) – Charlotte, NC

Robert Paul Van Art, Jr. May 18, 1948 – February 19, 2022 Charlotte, NC – Mr. Robert Paul Van Art, Jr., 73, husband of Denise Jamison Van Art, died Saturday, February 19, 2022 after a long illness. He was born May 18, 1948 in Woodbury, New Jersey, the son of …

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Unforgiven PPP loans to small businesses total over $28 billion

Small businesses are about $28 billion in debt under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Persistent debt includes loans made to small businesses since 2020 under the unforgiven COVID-19 relief package. The unforgiven debt is part of more than $800 billion doled out over two years by the government to help …

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A Look at Blood Flow Restriction Therapy and Possible Effects on Workers’ Compensation Claims | Chartwell’s Law

There is a recent trend among physiotherapy providers treating their patients, including injured workers and claimants, using blood flow restriction therapy (BFRT). Although you may have heard of this trend recently at the Summer and Winter Olympics or heard of the path traveled by now-retired Washington Commanders quarterback Alex Smith. …

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2 hot growth stocks to buy in 2022 and beyond

2022 has not been a good year for growth equity investors. Rising inflation, which is expected to lead to higher interest rates, has prompted investors to take shelter. Many funds, especially those exposed to growth stocks, suffered losses. These include the SPDR S&P 500 Growth ETF ( SPY -0.99% ) …

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Candidates meet Freestone County voters at annual forum

Freestone County voters got to know several of the candidates who will appear on this year’s ballots for the March 1, 2022 primary election.Early voting has already started and will continue until next week. (Click here to find out what’s on your ballot) This was the third Candidates Forum organized …

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Philly DA’s crime tracking system shows LGBTQ domestic violence remains a major problem

By Michele Zipkin PHILADELPHIA CREAM – In an effort to provide better resources to victims and defendants, staff members of the Victim Services Unit of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office used an LGBTQ+ arrest identification sheet to identify crimes in the queer community. Since the Victim Services team, led by …

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Colorado had the highest layoff rate in the nation in December, but fewer people quit their jobs

Looks like omicron made an impact on Colorado employers in December. New monthly data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics this week ranked the state as the highest in the nation for layoff rates, tied with Alaska for first place. An estimated 1.6% of Colorado’s workforce was laid off in …

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Soy-based dairy technology may not be cost effective in

URBANA, Ill. – Soy is a promising crop for developing countries, due to its high protein and oil content. Over the past few decades, aid organizations and policy makers have promoted soy processing technologies such as the soy cow, which extracts milk from soybeans. But a new study from the …

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Insperity (NYSE:NSP) cut to a strong sell-off at Zacks Investment Research

Insperity (NYSE: NSP) was downgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a “hold” rating to a “strong sell” rating in a research report released Thursday to clients and investors, Zacks.com reports. They currently have a target price of $79.00 on shares of the business service provider. Zacks Investment Research’s price target …

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Mayor Cantrell proposes to reverse bans on facial recognition, predictive policing and other surveillance technologies

At the request of Mayor LaToya Cantrell, the New Orleans City Council on Thursday introduced an ordinance to dramatically reduce local restrictions on law enforcement oversight that were put in place just 14 months ago. The proposed order, if passed, would largely overturn the council’s blanket bans on the use …

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Alcor announces new version of its real-time, end-to-end automated applicant tracking system (ATS), TalentRun

Achieve a superior user experience with custom, intuitive workflows and enhancements that include global search options, advanced interactive filters, role-based dashboards, and automated pre-screening assessment integration. employment Improve the efficiency of their processes with machine learning features and personalization capabilities Track engagement in real time with greater visibility throughout the …

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D’Arcangelo & Co. Announces Promotions for 2022

D’Arcangelo & Co., LLP recently promoted Nicole Chubbuck to Partner effective January 1. In addition, the firm announced several other staff promotions: • Nicole E. Chubbuck, CPA, is an audit partner. A graduate of SUNY Albany, she has worked at D’Arcangelo & Co. since 2006. She specializes in government accounting, …

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State Capitol Week in Review | Vanburen

For decades, prison overcrowding has sparked a financial tussle between the state and Arkansas counties. In recent months, the issue has taken on greater urgency. It’s become more than a budget battle, according to county sheriffs. This is a security issue that is reaching crisis proportions. Three sheriffs and a …

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Marijuana legalization would help people get their mail on time, says congressman

A Republican lawmaker in Missouri on Tuesday unveiled a bill to tax and regulate adult-use marijuana in the state. It would provide debarment opportunities, authorize social consumption facilities, and allow cannabis businesses to claim tax deductions from the state. Rep. Ron Hicks (R) filed the omnibus legislation, titled the “Cannabis …

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Council Connection » Council Member Mosqueda Celebrates First Revenue From JumpStart Seattle Progressive Tax

SEATTLE- Council Member Teresa Mosqueda (Position 8, Citywide) architect and champion of JumpStart Seattle, reacted to the first revenue numbers from Seattle’s progressive payroll tax. To date, the city has collected $231 million in JumpStart tax from taxpayers for their tax obligations in 2021, about $31 million more than the …

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Appeals court dismisses doctor’s fee strike effort

A Florida appeals court overturned a claims judge’s decision dismissing a duly licensed attending physician whose initial assessment and treatment costs exceeded base fee schedule rates. “We are reversing because the Workers’ Compensation Code does not allow a (compensation claims judge) to disbar a duly licensed attending physician because of …

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Exclusive interview with Punit Java, co-founder and CTO of Freightwalla

by Analytics Insight February 14, 2022 Freightwalla is a well-known digital freight forwarder for providing digital services Digital freight forwarders have started leveraging advanced technologies and tools for a smooth communication flow between shipments. The global digital freight market size is expected to reach US$22.92 billion in 2030 with a …

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Just the Facts • The Malibu Times

Dear Editor, A few days ago, the city of Malibu released the official report of an investigation that dismissed the former city manager’s claims that I subjected her to unlawful harassment – which the report explains as a legal term that encompasses various forms of discrimination based on sex. As …

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Increasing Workforce Participation and Hiring in the Service Sector in North Central West Virginia | Harrison News

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Prisoner-hunting, tree-planting: Lesser-known programs in Whitmer’s budget plan

Increased spending on schools, infrastructure and targeted tax relief were the main proposals put forward by Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s administration when it unveiled its budget this week. The $74.1 billion plan also contains numerous funding proposals for other interesting programs and projects that did not immediately make headlines. Things like …

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MLB lawyer says minor league players shouldn’t be paid during spring training | Launderer’s report

John E. Moore III/Getty Images Major League Baseball does not believe minor league players should be paid during spring training. In a federal court appearance on Friday, a league attorney said minor league players should be considered interns during spring training and as such should not be paid. according to …

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Yoh enters the top 10 recruitment industry analysts in 2021

PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 11 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Yoh, the leading international talent and outsourcing company owned by Day & Zimmermann, recently landed in the top 10 on Recruitment Industry Analysts 2021 List of the Top Life Sciences Staffing Companies in the United States. Since his last ranking in 2019, Yoh …

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Higher fees do not disqualify an attending physician from workers’ compensation, Florida Court of Appeals says

A workers’ compensation judge cannot disqualify an attending physician simply because the doctor’s prices exceed Florida’s workers’ fee schedule, a state appeals court ruled this week. “In other words, vendors aren’t categorically tainted by higher-than-expected fees. And authorized carriers and vendors may agree to refunds” on schedule or at mutually …

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White House records obtained so far by the Jan. 6 committee show no record of calls to and from Trump during a riot

The tapes the House Select Committee obtained do not contain entries of phone calls between the president and lawmakers that have been widely reported in the press. Trump was known to make calls using personal cell phones, which may be the cause. Two of the sources, who also reviewed the …

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Heidi Cox Named VSU’s Fall 2021 Employee of the Semester

February 9, 202222-17 Jessica PopeCommunications and Media Relations Coordinator Kasmira Smith, intern student Heidi Cox VALDOSTA — Heidi Cox is the recipient of Valdosta State University’s Fall 2021 Employee of the Semester Award. “When my name was called as employee of the semester, I was taken by surprise and it …

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Clara and Nationwide partner to deliver AI in comp

Clara Analytics Inc. announced on Wednesday that it will partner with Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. to provide artificial intelligence technology to the commercial insurance industry for a new program to improve claims operations for insurance companies. workers. Nationwide, based in Columbus, Ohio, will implement Clara’s triage and processing programs, which …

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Catalytic converter theft bill removes another hurdle and passes Senate Ways and Means Committee

By The Staff of The Chronicle A bill to crack down on the theft of catalytic converters passed the Senate Ways and Means Committee on Monday. Sen. Jeff Wilson, R-Longview, of the Nineteenth Legislative District, who sponsored Senate Bill 5495, believes the bill remains the best defense against the rapidly …

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KeepTruckin Review – Forbes Advisor

One of the best features of the KeepTruckin service is its team driving support. Up to nine co-pilots can switch between users without logging out of the program. Although the product also offers 24/7 customer support, many reviews show that the service is lacking. When purchasing online, the confirmation page …

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The Conversation Continues: Greg Palmer and the Finovate Podcast

Another year begins – and so does the latest series of podcasts hosted by one of fintech’s favorite talkers, Finovate VP Greg Palmer! In his last discussions on the Finovate Podcast, Palmer spoke about the challenge of inclusivity when it comes to lending in financial services, as well as the …

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Amazon doubles base salary cap for company employees

Amazon told employees it was increasing its base cash compensation cap to $350,000, more than double the previous amount, citing “a particularly competitive job market,” according to an internal announcement seen by the New York. Times. Amazon previously capped its salary for technology and enterprise employees at $160,000 in most …

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Embracing Convenience and Connection in Commercial Lending

Commercial borrowers are among the most valuable customers within community financial institutions, which is why so many of these institutions serve the commercial segment with a very hands-on approach. Commercial lending can also be one of an institution’s most manual processes, as bankers fear that digitizing processes will lead to …

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Qld premier changes course on allegations | The standard

news, latest news The Premier of Queensland admits her response to allegations of interference with official record keeping “could have been done better”, but she is resisting calls for an integrity inquiry. Former State Archivist Mike Summerell says he has repeatedly raised concerns about interference, which could lead to parliament …

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The Reds sign a contract between Pedro Payano and the minors

The Reds signed the right-handed pitcher Pedro Payano to a minor league contract, according to the team’s official trades page. Payano was a minor league free agent, which made him eligible to sign a contract during the lockout. Originally signed by Rangers, Payano made his affiliated debut in rookie ball …

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Dry weather clings to forecast until mid-February

Another brilliantly colored dawn on Saturday as another dry weekend arrives. While the eastern half of the country is hammered by wild weather, western Nevada remains dry as high pressure has barred the door to the storm trail. “Expect warm afternoons and cool mornings with occasional mountain breezes and valley …

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Houston Economic Indicators – Dallasfed.org

February 4, 2022 Payroll growth in Houston accelerated in the second half of 2021 despite headwinds from the delta and omicron waves of COVID-19. Several indicators showed renewed local producer and consumer price inflation, but Houston-centric prices lagged other measures in 2021. The pace of recovery. Use Seventy-six percent of …

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Smoking and Sandwich in Worker’s Compensation Employment in Pennsylvania – Jobs and HR

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. An employee who went out to smoke and crossed the street for a sandwich during an unscheduled break was entitled to workers’ compensation. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania court found that these activities remained …

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EPA seeks SER representatives for SBAR panel

Related practices and jurisdictions Thursday, February 3, 2022 The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announcement on February 2, 2022, that it invites small businesses, governments, and nonprofits to participate as Small Entity Representatives (SERs) on a Small Business Defense Review Panel (SBAR). The panel will focus on the EPA’s development …

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How to Choose Payroll Software – Forbes Advisor

To assess your payroll needs, answer these ten questions about your company and its payroll system. What is the size of my business? When considering payroll software, you don’t need to think about the size of your business in terms of revenue or number of customers. You only need to …

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Two Apalachin men arrested for failing to provide pay to workers on construction projects

APALACHIN, NY (WETM) – Two Tioga County men have been arrested and face multiple felony charges for allegedly failing to provide safe working conditions for their construction workers. Robert Peretore, 37, and Jeremy Hall, 41, were both arrested by New York State Police and arraigned in Owego, according to New …

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PGA TOUR selects TrackMan tracking and tracing solution from 2022

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – The PGA TOUR and TrackMan today announced that they are developing golf’s most advanced club and ball tracking and tracing solution. By combining TrackMan’s state-of-the-art Doppler radar and club and ball tracking technology, TOUR events will have tracking capabilities for every golf shot hit during …

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Council Member Calls For New Oversight Of Duke Ellington After Sexual Abuse Allegations – NBC4 Washington

A DC Council member is calling for changes to oversight at Duke Ellington School of the Arts just days after a News4 I-Team investigation raised questions about how the school, school district and community police dealt with sexual abuse complaints against the same teacher years apart. Brooke Pinto, a council …

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Liberty Tax launches banking as a service with “DEEPBLUE™ Debit”

Leading tax preparer expands personal and small business financial services offering HURST, TX, February 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Liberty Taxone of North America leaders in tax preparation, today announced the commercial launch of its DEEPBLUE™ Flow (DEEPBLUE) Banking-as-a-Service mobile app without credit check1 or minimum balance requirements. The DEEPBLUE solution …

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Year in Review: Appeal Board, Part 2

Year in Review: Appeal Board, Part 2 Welcome to the latest in a three-part series on the 2021 appeal decisions. As the title suggests, this article covers the rest of the Board’s advice from the past year on many different issues. You read the cases in their entirety, right? Thank …

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SWVL CONTINUES RAPID GEOGRAPHY – GuruFocus.com

DUBAI, UAE, January 27, 2022 DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Jan. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Swvl Inc. (“Swvl” or the “Company”), a global provider of transformative technology mass transit solutions, today announced that the Company has reached a milestone in its rapid geographic expansion with a footprint of 115 cities in …

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WIDER PICTURE- Separated at the US-Mexico border, the family finally reunites

On a Tuesday in January, four years after US authorities snatched Maria Hernandez from her daughters and sent her back to Honduras, she returned to the United States – this time with the blessing of the US government. At Los Angeles International Airport, Nicole, now 7, greeted her mother …

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Q&A: The work of CPAs varies by company – Jamestown Sun

Craig Hanson is a CPA and owner of Craig S. Hanson CPA, which provides tax preparation, tax planning, bookkeeping and more in Jamestown and surrounding areas. It answers questions related to CPAs. What type of work does a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) do?The work of CPAs can be as varied …

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Winter is a dangerous time for work-related injuries

Patient Tom Ringwelski works with physical therapist Christy Kopischke in the new therapy room at the UCHealth Occupational Medicine Clinic, located inside UCHealth Emergency Care in Steamboat Springs.UCHealth/Courtesy Photo Four decades of teaching ski lessons at Steamboat Springs, and too many hours to count slow skiing and demonstrating corner position, …

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Service Providers Conduct Annual Homeless Count in Northeast Tennessee | News

After spending eight and a half years in prison for forging checks, Ronnie returned to society without the help of a stable support system, having lost close family members and loved ones. “It was my first time in jail,” Ronnie said. “It was a shock there. Going through all that …

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Michigan deaths in 2020, first year of COVID, exceeded births – The Oakland Press

LANSING (AP) — Deaths exceeded births in Michigan in 2020, a rare outcome influenced by COVID-19, statistics show. “We can blame a lot of the deaths on COVID,” demographer Kurt Metzger told the Detroit Free Press, “but the fact is the trend of rising deaths and falling births is a …

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Williams Tax Service under new, renamed ownership

WAPAKONETA — Chartered accountants Kevin Lynch and Kelly Bernhold recently acquired Williams Tax Service from Charlotte Williams, Bill Williams and Brenda Holtzapple. Both Lynch and Bernhold are local residents. Lynch lives in Wapakoneta while Bernhold lives in New Bremen. Both have worked at Wapakoneta for over 20 years and have …

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CEO of medical imaging companies sentenced to 5 years in prison for $250 million healthcare fraud via state workers’ compensation system | USAO-CDCA

SAN DIEGO – The CEO of several Southern California-based medical imaging companies was sentenced today to 60 months in federal prison for running a program that submitted more than $250 million in fraudulent claims through the system. California workers’ compensation for medical services obtained through kickbacks and bribes to doctors …

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Sparkling Mango Passionfruit CELSIUS now available exclusively at 7-Eleven and Speedway stores | Texas

IRVING, TX, January 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Attention, caffeine lovers: there’s a brand new CELSIUS® flavor, (Nasdaq: CELH), exclusively available to attendees 7 eleven® and Speedway® stores. Sparkling Mango Passionfruit CELSIUS Energy Drink is the perfect combination of sweet and tart that is ideal to enjoy on its own as …

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Oil Rally Accelerates as WTI Heads for Sixth Weekly Advance

(Bloomberg) — Oil headed for a sixth straight weekly gain, with prices trading near a seven-year high on signs of robust global demand. Bloomberg’s Most Read West Texas Intermediate rose above $87 a barrel, taking its lead this week to more than 2%. The U.S. benchmark hit its highest level …

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Branch partners with more than 500 Jimmy John’s locations to offer cashless tipping and free financial services

Franchises Across the Country Turn to Leading Workforce Payments Platform to Accelerate and Streamline Payments Minneapolis, Minnesota (RestaurantNews.com) Plugged, the leading workforce payment platform, announced that it has partnered with more than 500 Jimmy John’s locations to provide faster, streamlined tip payments to their employees and other free financial services. …

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Opinions of the Supreme Court Panel | News for the workers compensation industry

Opinions of the Supreme Court panel As in previous years, I like to start the month of January with a look back at last year’s notices of appeal. This article will summarize the 2021 opinions of the Tennessee Supreme Court Workers’ Compensation Select Committee. In subsequent articles, we will return …

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Software Solutions Every Small Business Needs

Small companies, whose management of individual areas of the company is less specialized than large companies, need software solutions. Running a business can be a logistical nightmare. However, many business owners have discovered that there are beneficial software solutions that can make their lives easier. How does business type affect …

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OSHA recognizes the reality; withdraws ETS COVID-19 vaccination and testing | Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Synopsis of Seyfarth: OSHA has removed its private employer COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing ETS, effective Tuesday, January 25, 2022. On Tuesday, January 25, 2022, the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) announcement the withdrawal of its temporary emergency standard for vaccination and testing for COVID-19 (“ETS”). The Federal Register …

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Workers’ compensation fraud charges lead to guilty plea by contractor

TAMPA, FL – The 24-year-old Tampa construction company owner pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud by making false statements regarding the payment of a workers’ compensation for employees and the employment of undocumented immigrants. Tampa’s George Garcia faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in …

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Can Amazon reverse the flight of its tech workers? – RetailWire

January 25, 2022 Recent reports suggest that Amazon.com and its divisions have a serious HR issue on their hands. Many of the company’s skilled technical personnel leave the company after determining that the benefits of working for Amazon do not align with their personal and/or professional goals. Both Bloomberg and …

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Washington attorney general sues Google for geolocation

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is suing Google in a bid to change how the company handles users’ personal data. Ferguson joined the attorneys general of Texas, Indiana and the District of Columbia in filing a lawsuit on Monday, alleging the company misled consumers about its location-based services and, at …

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

Friday, Jan. 21, 2022: Biden administration’s vaccination efforts limited to sole mandate for healthcare workers as court orders executive order requiring federal employees to be vaccinated In the latest losing streak for the Biden administration’s efforts to vaccinate the American workforce, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of …

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Westamerica Bancorporation Will Post First Quarter 2022 Earnings Of $0.80 Per Share, Piper Sandler Forecasts (NASDAQ:WABC)

Westamerica Bancorporation (NASDAQ:WABC) – Piper Sandler Research analysts raised their first quarter 2022 earnings per share (EPS) estimates for Westamerica Bancorporation in a report released Thursday, January 20. Piper Sandler analyst A. Liesch now expects the financial services provider to post earnings of $0.80 per share for the quarter, up …

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An employee can obtain compensation for unjustified dismissal – Legal Expert

A legal scholar, Lamtiig A. Apanga, says employees whose contracts have been unfairly terminated or forced to resign from their workplace can sue their employer and be compensated. According to him, the labor law provides requirements and conditions under which employers can terminate contracts. speaking on The Law of JoyNews …

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OSHA Regulations and Temporary Emergency Standards: Your Questions Answered | Safety+Health

UPDATE: Supreme Court suspends OSHA’s ETS on COVID-19 OSHA’s recent Temporary Emergency COVID-19 Standards have drawn attention to — and created confusion about — how emergency and traditional OSHA standards work. On December 17, the 6th United States Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the agency’s HTA on COVID-19 vaccination, testing …

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Is Carlos Correa still a free agency option for the Detroit Tigers?

Current free agent Carlos Correa recently changed agents, and that begs the question: are the Detroit Tigers suddenly back in the mix for his services? It has been documented that Correa recently changed agents and will now be added to the long list of players represented by MLB super-agent Scott …

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Pak approves $11.6m compensation for Chinese workers affected by Dasu Dam terror attack

Under pressure from Beijing, Pakistan’s Economic Coordinating Committee (ECC) has approved $11.6 million in compensation to families of Chinese workers killed and injured in the Dasu Dam terrorist attack in July 2021 The dispute between Islamabad and Beijing over the safety of Chinese contractors and workers and the lack of …

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Moving 50-year-old Indian war memorial sparks controversy

NEW DELHI (AP) — The Indian government on Friday moved a memorial flame lit 50 years ago to honor Indian soldiers killed in a 1971 war with Pakistan to a new national war memorial opened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi almost three years ago. The move sparked strong protests from …

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Offer benefits in 5 steps

When you hire your first employees, you will need to start administering employee benefits. While some benefits are legally required, others can help you attract and retain the best employees. With the unemployment rate falling and many employees carefully evaluating job openings based on company culture, compensation and benefits management, …

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Edwards reflects on the diverse needs of the district

Lydia Edwards, surrounded by supporters after winning the December primary in the special election for the Suffolk and Middlesex Senate seat. PHOTO: Avery Bleichfeld Boston City Councilwoman Lydia Edwards won the Jan. 11 special election to fill the first Suffolk and Middlesex District Senate seat vacated by John Boncore. As …

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VMware: The latest news is one more reason to optimize your VMware Carbon Black implementation

In December 2021, a major HR and payroll service provider was the target of a ransomware attack that interrupted its ability to process payroll and cut off access to personnel management tools. Customers using the company’s private cloud were hit the hardest, and employees experienced pay and benefits disruptions over …

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New twist on health insurance

Trying to understand health insurance can be like decoding a foreign language. But as of 2020, there’s a new vocabulary term you might want to learn: Individual Coverage Health Care Reimbursement Arrangement, or ICHRA. An ICHRA (pronounced “ick-ruh”) refers to situations where an employer reimburses employees for health insurance expenses. …

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FourKites significantly expands its European presence with the acquisition of NIC-place

Chicago-based FourKites, a provider of real-time tracking and visibility solutions across modes of transportation and digital platforms, today announced that it has acquired Hannover, Germany-based NIC GmbH (NIC-place), a supply chain visibility service provider. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. FourKites officials said that with NIC-place in the …

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Etta Hadden Trussell Obituary (2022) – Orangeburg, SC

Etta Hadden Trussell, 84, of Orangeburg, South Carolina, died Jan. 15, 2022. She was the wife of Donald E. Trussell.A funeral service will be held at 3 p.m., Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at Limestone United Methodist Church Cemetery with the Reverend Don Studebaker officiating. The family will receive the friends …

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Zellis Announces Renewal of Payroll Management and HR Services with Boots – Retail Times

Zellis, the leading provider of payroll and HR solutions in the UK and Ireland, is delighted to announce the renewal and extension of its managed payroll and HR services agreement with Boots, the leading distributor health and pharmaceutical products. This is the latest step in a sixteen-year relationship during which …

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Self-Assured Resolutions 2022 Workers Comp?? Post-pandemic (?)

Self-Assured Resolutions 2022 Workers Comp?? Post-pandemic (?) The self-assured resolutions of 2022 Workers Comp should be seen as a bridge between the pandemic and the post-pandemic era. For the past 13+ years, including 2021, I have written about labor competition resolutions. Our self-insured customers and article/newsletter readers always remind me …

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