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Workers’ Compensation and Freelancers/Independent Contractors

Jun
23

Workers’ Compensation and Freelancers/Independent Contractors

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More and more employers are using freelancers and independent contractors in the 21st century than ever before. With the technology now available, employers can make use of specialized services from freelancers across the country or across the world. Small businesses also frequently employ independent contractors

Jun
16

A Survival Guide Between the Job Offer and First Day on the Job

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You survived the nervousness and tough questions, conquering the interview. But after you’ve accepted a job offer, your work is just getting started. Before you settle into the steady routine of a working man/woman, here are some important things you should know about entering the

Jun
10

Is a Worker Covered by Workers’ Compensation Outside the Employer’s Home State or Country?

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In today’s global economy it has become the norm for workers in many industries to travel outside the employer’s home state during the course of employment. Traveling to another country during the course of employment has even become commonplace as well. What happens if a

Jun
05

OSHA Says Blue Ridge Manufacturing Violated Safety Rules, Put Georgia Workers at Risk of Serious Workplace Injury

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The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined a truck parts manufacturer $64,400, citing 20 serious safety and health violations at its plant in Blue Ridge, Ga. Following up on a complaint against Blue Ridge Manufacturing LLC, OSHA inspected the plant in March and