Jun 11, 2013

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Group forms to oppose Ohio Internet cafe crackdown
Huntington Herald Dispatch
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A group has formed to oppose a new law effectively banning storefront sweepstakes parlors that legislators had become convinced were harboring illegal gambling operations. The Committee to Protect Ohio Jobs wants to put an ...
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For some workers, health reform brings no coverage, fewer hours
Bradenton Herald
That's why Faulkner was looking forward to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, figuring he was the kind of person that the health care reform law was designed to help. Under the new law, anyone who works 30 hours or more a week for a large ...
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(LEAD) Bill aims to revive incentives for job seekers with military background
Yonhap News
SEOUL, June 11 (Yonhap) -- In a move expected to spark controversy, conservative lawmakers and the defense ministry are pushing to revive a military service law ruled unconstitutional 14 years ago that gave incentives to job seekers with a military ...
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LawCrossing Reports 9514 Active Jobs for Paralegals in the U.S.
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
There may be a slack in hiring attorneys and lawyers for legal jobs, but pastures still remain green for paralegals, who are earning an average of $36 per hour. LawCrossing reports 9514 legal staff jobs in the U.S. that require to be filled by ...
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Head of Legal Department - Jeddah - Saudi national
Emirates 24/7
Good interpersonal and team-working skills, including an ability to relate to: Senior managers/leaders and other colleagues and lawyers as well as the ability to communicate with people having different backgrounds and positions, as well as with local ...
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Law schools shift focus for grads
U-T San Diego
Facing a grim job market for graduates and the prospect of a decades-long decline in applications, some law schools are steering students toward legal areas where careers are more promising. Whether the strategy is merited and effective remains to be ...
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New law allows nurses, assistants to prescribe some restricted drugs
The healthcare bill allowing physicians to quickly provide better care to Alabama's patients has now become law. Gov. Robert Bentley signed the bill today. The Senate Bill 229 states that, nurses, midwives, assistants, Board of Medical Examiners ...
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Group forms opposing Ohio law that cracks down on Internet cafes, prepares ...
The Committee to Protect Ohio Jobs wants to put an initiative repealing the law on the ballot next year. The group announced Monday it has collected the initial minimum of 1,000 signatures and submitted those to the Ohio Secretary of State's office ...
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Women's Employment Numbers Are Up, But Don't Get Too Excited
BUT "these kinds of numbers aren't enough to jumpstart the recovery for the millions of Americans who are unemployed – or the new workers graduating this month," the National Women's Law Center points out. Downer. 175,000 jobs were added to the ...
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50th Anniversary of the Equal Pay Act
Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - Fifty years ago today, President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act a law aimed at ending what President Kennedy called the "unconscionable practice of paying female employees less wages than male employees for the same job." ...
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Brad Keywell: From Good Humor Trucks to Harvard Law
Wall Street Journal (blog)
His focus on learning and determination took him from summer jobs working at Detroit steel mills and driving a Good Humor ice cream truck to attending Harvard Law School. After graduating, instead of joining an existing law firm, he started his own in ...
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More employees stand up for their workplace health
Macon Telegraph (blog)
As an employment law attorney at Ogletree Deakins in Kansas City, Trina Le Riche sees a legal reason for workplaces to be receptive to different desk and chair options. Under federal law, employers must provide "reasonable accommodations" for persons ...
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[Flashback:] Kasich first budget pushed to make it harder for veterans to get jobs
In fact, Governor Kasich's proposal would have changed the law so that if a veteran score tied with a non-veteran, then the job would simply go to whomever filed their application first, instead of giving the preference to the veteran as Ohio law had ...
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Bill passes to assist felons with getting jobs
"When employment rates increase, crime reduces," said City Councilman Bruce Harrell, sponsor of the legislation. "This is a means to reduce recidivism and make our streets safer." While the proposed law drew the ire of some, supporters said it will ...
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Judge to US Steel: Random drug testing OK
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Pennsylvania Employment Law on June 11, 2013 8:00am in Employment Law,Human Resources. Rebuffing the EEOC, a federal judge has ruled that U.S. Steel can randomly test new workers for substance abuse. The company had ...
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Editorial: Texas trade-job students deserve quality courses
Dallas Morning News
Rick Perry on Monday signed into law HB 5, the centerpiece education bill from the Legislature's regular session. The measure reduces the number of end-of-course exams that high school students must take from 15 to five. It risks making it easier for ...
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signing of the Nigerian Content Law
... Jonathan signed into law, the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Bill (2010), which granted exclusive consideration to indigenous companies that demonstrate ownership of equipment, Nigerian personnel and capacity to execute jobs.
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State official explains changes to unemployment law
Lexington Dispatch
In February, House Bill 4 made significant changes to the North Carolina Employment Security Law by no longer accepting funding for federal extension of benefits, better known as the Emergency Unemployment Compensation Program. Gov. Pat McCrory ...
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Opening more doors
Daily Mountain Eagle
Robert Bentley signs into law a bill that will allow physician-nurse teams to more efficiently provide care for the state's patients and create more jobs in Alabama's growing health care industry. – Photo Special to the Eagle. slideshow. MONTGOMERY ...
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Murphy's Law Does Wisconsin Really Have a "Skills Gap"?
Yesterday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel had a front-page, top-of-the-fold story telling us the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce is working to attack "the region's skills gap" — the alleged mismatch between the skills of area workers and ...
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Ohioans could vote on 'cafe' bill
Toledo Blade
The newly formed Committee to Protect Ohio Jobs on Monday filed a petition that it says contains the minimum 1,000 signatures needed to put referendum language before Attorney General Mike DeWine. If the attorney general agrees that the language ...
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Home News Recent immigrants paid below minimum wage:...
Ontario's Employment Standards Act may have been strengthened in 2009, but enforcement is "very weak" so the law doesn't really protect workers, Beixi Liu of the advocacy group Workers' Action Centre told a press conference at the Scarborough Civic ...
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Legal firm launches recruitment scheme for new freelance team
Belfast Telegraph
Members of the team are fully trained through the firm's legal training and professional development programme and are able to hold down other jobs or commitments while part of Respond. "Respond is a unique programme that further emphasises our ...
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Legacy Shareholder Leaves Becker & Poliakoff - Lawjobs.com
Legacy Shareholder Leaves Becker & Poliakoff ... The news that a legacy shareholder is leaving Becker & Poliakoff has shaken up the Broward County legal ...

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