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Detecting FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) Abuse

Dealing with employees who abuse FMLA can be difficult. Letting abuse run rampant, however, can impact business productivity and put a damper on company morale (as present employees often have to pick up the slack of someone on leave). 305 more words

Labor & Employment

The Perfect Imperfection

Here’s what I looked like a year ago.

I am adamant that people should love themselves and their bodies at all points along their journey, not just when they reach their goals. 527 more words

DDP Yoga

DOL A to Z — Learn About the Labor Department

DOL A to Z — Learn About the Labor Department
Source: U.S. Department of Labor

Learn about the Labor Department, break through the jargon and the acronyms and explore our work.

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Government And Politics

Why I chose Natural Childbirth

People think I’m absolutely nuts. I gave birth to twins naturally. No drugs. Nothing. Just me and my lady parts.

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I like to research stuff. 1,130 more words

Parenthood

Labor Pains!

Jessica Grose has a very good takedown in New York magazine of a recent anthology of women writing about their “birth stories.”

http://nymag.com/thecut/2014/04/there-is-no-right-way-to-have-a-baby.html

Whether or not the women involved had natural childbirth (and the majority did), with one or two exceptions they are all still marinating in the same birth culture. 317 more words

Failure

CRS -- Health Benefits for Members of Congress and Certain Congressional Staff (updated)

Health Benefits for Members of Congress and Certain Congressional Staff (PDF)
Source: Congressional Research Service (via University of North Texas Digital Library)

The federal government, as an employer, offers health benefits to its employees, including Members of Congress and congressional staff.

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Government And Politics