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Workers’ Compensation for Telecommuters or Remote Employees

The statistics supporting telecommuting or remote employee positions are hard to miss. For example, about 3%[1] of the US workforce spends at least half of their time working from home. And this trend is only moving upward. It is projected that before 2030 nearly 38%[2] of full-time employees will be working remotely. 
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Workers Comp and Immigration Status

Florida’s Senate Banking and Insurance Committee approved a bill to eliminate part of a 2003 state law that makes it a felony and denies benefits to injured workers even if they knowingly presented falsified identification for employment, according to a PEO Compass article by Rada Kleyman.

According to the official Florida Senate website, effective Oct. 1, 2018, Florida’s workers’ compensation law will include a provision to immunize any worker from prosecution for pursuing workers’ comp even if the injured employee (whether through the company or a surrogate such as an employment agency) presented false identification or made knowingly untrue statement to gain employment. The worker’s citizenship, residency or employment status may no longer be the basis for denial of benefits 
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Downside to Full Pay Transparency?

Full pay transparency gives all employees access to the salaries or hourly wages of every other worker in the organization.

But is this a good idea? 
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Tips for Young Salespeople


You have the energy to burn. You’re outgoing and ambitious – and young. So, why aren’t you making sales? 
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Where You Sit Can Make or Break Your Career

It matters where management puts us. Whether it’s sitting too close to a toxic boss or toxic co-workers, where you land in the organizational seating chart can affect your career.

Bad Behavior 
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