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Blog Posts in February, 2009

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  • Michelle's Law Makes Health Insurance Companies Cover Students on Medical Leave
    Michelle's Law Makes Health Insurance Companies Cover Students on Medical Leave

    Whether you are a college student, or you have one, you know that only full- time college students generally continue to receive health insurance benefits after the age of 19, with no coverage for any ...

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  • How Do You Define
    How Do You Define "Work Time" Anyway?

    In order to know if the time you spend at work might be classified as overtime by the FLSA, you have to know how work time itself is defined. The FLSA language defining what constitutes work itself is ...

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  • President Appoints New EEOC Leadership
    President Appoints New EEOC Leadership

    President Barak Obama recently announced his choices to head up the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), essentially promoting two current Commissioners to leadership posts at the federal ...

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  • BlackBerry Overtime
    BlackBerry Overtime

    Ever make a work- related call or send an email from your Smartphone when you weren’t actually “on the clock”? Most people seem to be doing that these days, especially in busy Atlanta. You may very ...

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  • Overtime Pay for Information Technology Workers
    Overtime Pay for Information Technology Workers

    Information technology workers are notoriously overworked. They put in long hours, field endless emergency calls in and out of regular hours, get no credit when things go well and take the blame when ...

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  • Georgia Jury Duty and Court Attendance Leave Laws
    Georgia Jury Duty and Court Attendance Leave Laws

    There are numerous urban legends and endless misinformation about employers’ rights and obligations to employees when the employee has to appear in court (as something other than a defendant). Here is ...

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