Jul 22, 2013

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Views sought for employment law reviews
Channel News Asia
MOM said the reviews of the EA and EFMA will cover the protection for workers under non-traditional work arrangements while ensuring that the creation of jobs for this category of workers is not impeded. The types of workers includes term contract ...
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Jobless law leaves questions for seasonal workers
The Outer Banks Voice
But some Outer Bankers are starting to worry about the implications of the unemployment law changes come fall, when jobs here disappear until spring. "I don't think he's thinking about the whole state," Jane Metacarpa, an owner of Sandbar & Grille in ...
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University of Manchester
This event is open to any student or graduate (final year, prefinal year, postgraduate, graduate or job changer), regardless of your subject (law and non-law welcome) and regardless of which university you are attending or have attended. It affords the ...
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Promoting, retaining women rises at larger law firms, but top positions tough
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
After giving birth to her first child and taking a maternity leave, Alicia Powell returned to work at law firm Reed Smith as a fourth-year associate and immersed herself in getting her job done. "I thought the very best thing I could do to be the best ...
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Economy Takes Center Stage at First Debate
"Growing government as the way to grow jobs is not the way to advance the middle class," he said. "It's a great way to help the well-connected who helped design this law, but it isn't going to help job growth for our middle class." On the other side of ...
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Morning briefing: Wisconsin's cold cases, Braun judgment looming, jobs report ...
Is Obamacare reducing full-time employment? The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler writes: "University of Chicago professor Casey B. Mulligan, in compelling detail, has explained how the law has very strong incentives to encourage more people to shift to ...
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EEOC Lawyers Discuss Misconceptions, Guidance About Criminal History Checks
Bloomberg Law
... protected status under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, but the use of criminal records "can get employers in trouble" under disparate impact and treatment analyses, an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission attorney said at a July 17 workshop.
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The White House claim that Obamacare is not reducing full-time employment
Washington Post (blog)
Not surprisingly, he argues that it is a mistake to judge the health care law by its impact on job creation, since that was not the central purpose of the law in the first place. But he acknowledges that if "the ACA has the unintended consequence of ...
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Providing relief from Obamacare mandates
Daily American Online
President Obama made many promises when promoting his health care law. He promised that if you liked your coverage, you could keep it. He promised that it would lower the cost of premiums. He promised that it would create new jobs and promote ...
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Are economic-development districts really just a tax grab?
Columbus Dispatch
A state law designed to help create jobs and seed development is instead being used to help some townships and cities increase their revenue to pay for basic city services, critics say. As a result, workers in some communities are being subjected to ...
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Election winner Abe faces Japan jobs challenge
Fox News
But where one camp sees a need for greater job security in a country of nervous and spendthrift consumers, another says too much worker protection is the root of much of the malaise that has beset Japan for the last two decades. "When I heard Mr. Abe ...
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People on the Move for Monday, July 22, 2013
NEW JOBS. Zirous Inc. has hired Dan Schmid as a solutions architect and Tom Henricksen as a development services manager. Carney & Appleby law firm has hired Doug Struyk as an associate attorney. Dice Holdings Inc., a job search engine provider in ...
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Program lets students try out career experiences
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
... Dixon/The News-Gazette. Champaign police Officer Ed Wachala, right, instructs Joshua Bell, a participant in Champaign's Summer Youth Employment Program, on traffic stop procedures at the Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System building in Urbana.
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Fed ponders surge in part-time jobs
Arizona Daily Star
Part-time employment has outpaced full-time job growth since 2008. Economists cite still-tough economic conditions as the root cause, with some saying President Obama's 2010 health-care law exacerbates the trend. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben ...
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NY indoor smoking ban has changed much in 10 years
Kansas City Star
But before that, it cost jobs and businesses, said the Empire State Restaurant and Tavern Association, which sued the state over the ban on behalf of restaurant and bar owners who were "petrified by the law." But not for long. "People lost their jobs ...
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Obama Aims to Shift Focus To Boosting Jobs, Economy
Wall Street Journal
The truth is whether it's his health care law, his job-destroying energy policies, or the mountain of regulations piling up, it's the president's own policies that are responsible for this new normal of weak economic growth and high unemployment." It ...
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Andrea Kay at work: Clean, green can mean all sorts of jobs
Indianapolis Star
States with the biggest gains in clean jobs were Alabama, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Vermont and West Virginia. As these goods and services expand, all kinds of people could be in demand: administrative, finance, law, marketing and sales ...
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Obama to talk jobs in struggling Illinois town
But he has spent much of his second term battling Republicans over other priorities such as gun control, immigration reform, and the roll-out of his landmark 2010 healthcare restructuring law. The Democratic president also has been put on the defensive ...
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Detroit Lawyers' Record Ranges From Chrysler to Dodgers
What they shared was a need for speed and the lawyer who led the way: Bruce Bennett, the Los Angeles-based bankruptcy attorney who helped push both filings into court to shield his clients from potentially disruptive actions by creditors. Detroit ...
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Sectarianism Law - a Critical Politician's Trap Lingers On
"This all started when I said that a particular group of people was favoured at the expense of others when it comes to the distribution of jobs in government, service delivery and the national cake in general," she said. The outspoken MP sounds both ...
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Affordable Care Act Can't Go on Forever
Elkin Jonesville Tribune
In the words of one small-business owner, "uncertainty is the single biggest killer" of confidence among jobs creators — and this law has dramatically added to small-business owners' uncertainty. The implementation delay illustrates how deeply flawed ...
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GILBERT: Michigan energy policy needs to blend interests
Southgate News Herald
Michigan Energy/Michigan Jobs (mienergymijobs.com) is a coalition of business and environmental groups seeking to increase the state's reliance on so-called renewable sources like wind and solar power. The Customer Choice Coalition ...
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Volusia School Board eyes property tax cut
Daytona Beach News-Journal
DELAND — Pay raises and extra jobs for teachers will pump up the bottom line on the 2013-14 daily operating budget for Volusia County schools while property owners would pay a lower tax rate to support the spending plan. Those are highlights of a ...
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Web2 new results for Law Jobs
More jobs for law grads, but still tight market | the National Jurist
Law school graduates are still struggling to find jobs despite an improving job market, and increased hiring at the naiton's largest firms. A recent study by The ...
Patent Law Jobs by Patently-O: Patent Attorney/Agent - Law Firm ...
Fiala & Weaver P.L.L.C., a Washington D.C.-based intellectual property law firm, is seeking part-time and full-time patent attorneys and agents, including ...

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