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Out-of-state employees injured or killed in Massachusetts may be entitled to higher Massachusetts workers' compensation benefits if injured while in the course of their employment in Massachusetts

In today's mobile economy it is not unusual for a person hired in the Midwest to be assigned temporarily to work out of state. While one might think that this limits such an employee to workers' compensation benefits for the … Continue reading

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Statement from director of state operations Howard Glaser on PEF vote rejecting the negotiated agreement between the State and the Public Employees Federation [PEF]

Statement from director of state operations Howard Glaser on PEF vote rejecting the negotiated agreement between the State and the Public Employees Federation [PEF] In a press release issued by the Executive Chamber on September 28, 2011, Director of State … Continue reading

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230,000 Employees | Green House Gas | Clean Air Act | The Daily Caller

The EPA is asking taxpayers to fund up to 230,000 new government workers to process all the extra paperwork, at an estimated cost of $21 billion. That cost does not include the economic impact of the regulations themselves. "Hiring the … Continue reading

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NYS Department of Civil Service announces lower employer contributions for health insurance by the State on behalf of certain of its officers, employees and its retirees to take effect October 1, 2011

NYS Department of Civil Service announces lower employer contributions for health insurance by the State on behalf of certain of its officers, employees and its retirees to take effect October 1, 2011 Source: NYS Department of Civil Service Employee Benefits … Continue reading

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Employees Have the Advantage At Trial in Getting to Speak First and Last

In jury selection of an employment discrimination case, the employer addresses the potential jury pool after it has already heard from the employee's lawyer. When the employee's lawyer has done an effective voir dire (i.e., jury selection), the employer might … Continue reading

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