After reading the article, I get a sense we need to be concerned about the safety and authenticity of some of the supplements that are sold on info-mercials or possibly health food stores. Not only could these products be dangerous to our health, they may not work at all. The pricing is on the high end of the scale and people may be scammed into a product that delivers no real results.
Consumer Reports Is Trying To Troll The FDA Into Regulating Supplements
An overnight employee was found sleeping on the job several times, issued written warnings and eventually terminated for his conduct. His right to unemployment was also taken from him due to New Jersey law stating that repeated violation of work policy disqualifies an employee from receiving unemployment benefits, as the employee violated the given rules knowingly. This particular employee admitted to having received his job description for his overnight care job and still slept through his shift.
Sleeping on the Job Disqualifies Residential Counselor from Unemployment
This blog post brings to light an employee who was terminated after returning from his FMLA one month leave. This employee did not complete the full month of leave he was granted and returned to work early, and was soon terminated. Employees who are granted approved medical leave should be able to take that time without the worry of their job being there when they return- they should not need to worry about receiving the required paperwork or having to “plan” their medical leave in order to keep their job.
Approving FMLA Leave Does Not Automatically Rule Out Liability
COPOCO Community Credit Union had been illegally repossessing cars from active service members. These service members were on honorable active duty and the law requires credit unions to check this list before repossession. A court order would be need to reposess a car from an active member. Fines of 60k for first offense and 120k for each additional have been imposed on the Credit Union.
Justice Department Files Lawsuit Against Credit Union for Illegally Repossessing Servicemembers’ Cars
A successful mediation depends on three key steps. The first step is to actively discuss with the client on why and when to mediate. The second step is to proactively engage the opponent prior to mediation. The third is advocating at the mediation session itself.
Negotiating in Mediation: Why Did We Stop Talking?