Workers Compensation Bureau and Resources by State

Workology

Workers Compensation Definition. Workers compensation is defined as a form of insurance providing wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course of employment in exchange for mandatory relinquishment of the employee’s right to sue his or her employer for the tort of negligence. Because Workers Compensation are state programs, they are unique and specific to each and every state. List of Bureau of Workers Compensation Resources by State.

“After severance, what you CAN and CANNOT say”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Cheyenne, Wyoming. You CAN share your title, tenure and compensation. So, keep your lips tight about such things as (a) possible layoffs in the future, (b) a rumor that a senior executive may be leaving, (c) disappointing sales in the Asian market, (d) new compliance rules to be put into place, (e) clients that have recently arrived or departed the company. Question: I was laid off a few months ago in what they called a “position elimination.”

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“Recording Conversations with Your Boss or HR” What You Need to Know

Sklover Working Wisdom

If you are considering recording a conversation at work, perhaps you should carefully review your employer’s Employee Handbook, Company Policy Book, Compliance Manual, or similar set of “rules and regulations” to see whether recording conversations of others at work is deemed a violation of company rules. . And don’t forget that “cause” termination could result in forfeiture of unvested equity, deferred compensation, and even ineligibility for unemployment compensation.

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