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Light v. California Department of Parks & Recreation

The trial court improperly granted summary judgment to employer defendant on employee plaintiff’s claim of FEHA-prohibited retaliation for supporting a co-worker’s complaint of sex discrimination, after she provided sufficient evidence of (1) adverse employment actions and (2) retaliatory motive.   238 more words

Labor & Employment

Can Technology Help?

State and local governments collect a lot of health data, but as it turns out, there are many roadblocks to putting that data to its highest and best use. 586 more words

Drug Utilization Review

Workplace Injuries can be Disabling

Some of the most serious injuries Floridians suffer are those that occur on-the-job, especially in high-risk professions. The issue with many workplace injuries is that they often occur to body parts you are using to do your job, which can incapacitate you from work for an extended period of time. 1,002 more words

Workers Compensation

Continuing the workers’ comp conversation

By Kendra DePaul, BWC Other States Coverage Manager

Oklahoma: home to Will Rogers, Route 66 and CompSource Mutual Insurance Company – host of the 2017 Annual Conference of the American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds (AASCIF). 473 more words

Ohio Bureau Of Workers' Compensation

First blog post

This is my very first post.  I am going to find out if it is legally possible to go public with my NYS WCB injury court decisions and medical records and the DISASTEROUS outcome that resulted from having NYS Workers Compensation from my experience as an injured worker.  120 more words

Injured Worker

3 Ways to Feel More Satisfied and Valued at Work When You Are Injured or in Pain

The 4th installment of our Six Dimensions of Wellness series in here! We want to talk about how to maintain occupational wellness.  In other words, … 476 more words

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