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Employers Should Take the EEOC More Seriously In 2013

Some executives and managers consider EEOC charges to be a cost of doing business.   Based on past experience, they do not treat Discrimination Charges with the same concern as other legal matters.  The EEOC’s current focus on Systemic Discrimination and the … Continue reading

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Better Get Serious About Wellness – Obesity Contributes to Workers Comp Claims and Absenteeism

If I figure out effective ways to get tired warehouse and construction craft employees to exercise before or after work, I deserve a Nobel Prize.  It’s tough to focus on good eating and diet when you work 8 or 10 … Continue reading

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