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Keith Fruechte of OneBeacon Insurance Group joins the show to discuss workers' compensation. Dimitris Rousseas of Compliance Alliance answers the question of the week: If we deny a deposit account due to a ChexSystems report, are we required to send out an adverse action?
Getting hurt at work is far too common these days. If a person is injured and becomes unable to work, are they still able to get paid? Can they potentially sue their employer for damages? Who is responsible and what if the employee is at fault? Join New York disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they dissect a New York workers’ compensation claim and the various benefits an injured worker might be entitled to. Mittman and Daniels have represented thousands of injured workers and in the areas of disability and workers compensation. Tune in to get invaluable information how a workers’ compensation case works and what to do if you are injured on the job.
New York Disability Attorney, Brian Mittman, founder of The Disability Guys and Disability University discusses the importance of medical treatment, what an independent medical exam really is all about, how a disabled individual can speak to his or her doctor and why it is so important to make sure that you see a doctor whether applying for workers compensation or other disability benefits.
The Fox Valley Law Center Update is a monthly Internet radio podcast focused on sharing news, tips and trends in complex legal issues facing our friends and neighbors in Chicago area. This series features attorneys and guests of The Fox Valley Law Center, the general practice law firm conveniently located at the Westfield Fox Valley Law Center in Aurora, Illinois. Today’s guest is Jason Marker who shares updates in workers compensation law and how he helps injured clients with workers compensation cases.
Interview questions and topics covered on this show:
About Jason Marker and his work in workers compensation law; The basics the general public should understand about workers compensation; How an attorney works with the employers of clients with workers compensation claims; What should you do if you or a friend or family member is injured on the job – basic steps? Mr. Jason Marker is the attorney for the Fox Valley Law Center who handles workers compensation cases. Marker is the founder Marker & Associates, and he spent his early years as a workers' compensation defense attorney. In 2004, he began representing injury victims with insight from his experience as a defense practitioner to help his seriously injured clients recover for their injuries. Since then Mr. Marker has recovered millions of dollars for his clients. He believes an attorney can aggressively represent clients and obtain outstanding results while still maintaining his integrity and treating everyone with respect.
Visit Fox Valley Law Center online for more information.
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It seems as though all the talk in the human resources and employee benefits world today is about how employers are trying to "get out of the benefits business." The combination of the 2008 recession coupled with the passage of the Affordable Care Act stagnated employee compensation and began to erode employee benefits packages -- all in the name of cutting back on expenses and improving corporate profitability.
Then, on January 2, 2015, Bobby Fry, one of the owners of Bar Marco, in Pittsburgh, PA, tweeted that the restaurant would stop accepting gratuities from its patrons and, starting in April, move its 20 full-time employees to a $35,000 base salary and provide full health coverage, vacation days and private shares. The Internet exploded with interest.
About two weeks later, Hartford, CT-based Aetna announced it would raise it's minimum wage to $16/hour -- begining in April 2015. The company will also give approximately 7,000 employees access to health benefits next year that should lower their out-of-pocket costs by up to $4,000.
Economists Jan Zilinsky and Justin Wolfers released a paper coincident with the Aetna annoucement that reviewed the question: Under what circumstances can raising the pay of low-skilled workers at large corporations lead to general improvements in productivity?
Both Jan Zilinsky and Bobby Fry join Carol Harnett this month to discuss the reasoning behind and impact of higher wages and better benefits on the workplace.
on this episode of Patriot nation radio we will talk to Steve Ingram of immigration hurts Florida workers demonstration. We will discuss all of the details of this Saturday's demonstration. Tune In 6:30 p.m. Eastern, and 3:30 p.m. Pacific at www.blogtalkradio.com/patriotnation
I will be interviewing Bishop Robert R. Sanders the Prelate of Illinois 3rd Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction State Workers Meeting Convening on March 23rd through 27th Highlighteng speakers and service locations. You don't want to miss it!
Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network
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This segment is CBBN Business Journals where we interview business owners and other innovators from around the world.
Harambee (Let us pull together) is the signoff of Ms. J. Toni Oliver, 12th National President of the National Association of Black Social Workers, Inc. on their main page. http://nabsw.org/
And, how do we do that?
Ms. Oliver along with Mr. Walter Raleigh Higgs, III, Office of Student Affairs President, will be joining us to discuss the vital roles of professional social workers in our world community, as they prepare their 47th Annual Conference in the Chicagoland area. Visit http://nabsw.org/ to find out more information about Treasuring Our Ancestral Wisdom: Bridging Generations-Building Legacies coming up March 31 through April 3.
View NBASW's mission statement here: http://nabsw.org/?page=MissionStatement
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Chicago's Black Business Radio Network
Join hosts Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman, and Research Commentator Shasme Jackson as they talk to Artika Roller and Charisma Smith about the epidemic of sex trafficking and the impact it has in Black communities and across all communities at the intersection of marginalized identities. We will also examine the lack of community response to the crisis and what we must do to stop the demand.
In 2015 we should expect a great change in the church, there should show every where in the house of God people giving praise reports of what has happened out side in the streets of America. Not bad news but the good news of Jesus how he has used his workers to to draw others unto him by the lives they live, by their testimony, and by his spirit that lives in the worker. When we hear the word Chirch or Worker or Labourer for some reason it does coinside meaning these words seems not to go together and add up. Yet it is the church job to make sure this is what we are doing daily as often as we the church the workers can over and over.
03/28/15 Saturday 12pm ET/11am CTRL/10am MTN/9am Pac Call in and listen at 1-347-934-0379 or by internet during and after the program at:
Joe and Barbara Anderson served at the Watchtower Headquarters and in this episode Joe Anderson tells his experience serving as an elder that led to his exit.
Their website is: http://watchtowerdocuments.com/