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New Paid Family Leave Requirements Impacting New York Businesses: What You Need To Know

Back in 2016 New York expanded its Nonoccupational Disability Law (NYDBL)  and in doing so became the 5th state to require paid family leave. Beginning January 1, 2018, New York employers subject to New York State workers’ compensation requirements are mandated to offer eligible employees paid family leave. 597 more words

AAI to recruit 86 junior executives though departmental exams

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The Airports Authority of India (AAI) recently released a notice regarding the filling up of the post of junior executive under 25% departmental examination quota. 109 more words

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Report: $262B in healthcare claims initially denied last year

http://www.healthcaredive.com/news/report-262b-in-healthcare-claims-initially-denied-last-year/445758/

Dive Brief:

  • new report by Change Healthcare found an estimated 9% of claims submitted to payers last year was initially denied. Of the estimated $3 trillion in charges submitted to payers, $262 billion was initially denied.
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Refer a Friend to TRIO in 3 Steps

Did you know you could refer a friend to TRIO?

That’s right!

Why not have your friend benefit from the same services, tools, and resources that you do to support your academic excellence? 137 more words

IBPS RRB VI recruitment notification 2017 out in July

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is likely to issue regional rural bank (RRB) VI examination notification in July 2017. According to media reports, the exams will be held to shortlist about 1000 candidates. 132 more words

Married youth eligibility for Extended Foster Care

Q: It was my understanding that youth who are married are not eligible for Extended Foster Care, however I was informed that guidance was issued stating that marriage was not a factor of ineligibility. 129 more words

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