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If your physician places you on restrictions for an accepted work injury, your employer may make modified duty available to you. But your employer may not always make or have a modified duty job available. In these types of situations, you are entitled to total disability benefits from the workers' compensation insurance carrier or employer. One example of such a situation is when you are laid off from work. If, on the date you are laid off from work, your physician has you on restrictions for an accepted work injury, your employer or its carrier must reinstate your workers' compensation benefits. Unfortunately, not ...
is time off from work that workers can use during periods of temporary sickness to stay home and address their health and safety needs without losing pay or their jobs. Some workplaces offer paid sick time as a matter of workplace policy, and in some jurisdictions it is codified into law. States around the country are considering legislation that would provide workers access to paid sick days.
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Commentary: Colliding political agendas block budget progress in ...
It’s been a year since the frenzied freefall into the Great Recession turned Pennsylvania’s 2009-10 budget battle into a slow-moving game of basketball. The four caucuses played the game with a lot of stalling and ball holding to give Pennsylvania the dubious distinction of being the last state in the country to finalize its budget. It would be craven for legislators and Gov. Ed Rendell to top that record-setting 101 days of fiscal dissonance, and not because of the shame it would bring. State governments are beyond that emotion, which speaks to the real reason an already heinous fiscal reality turns into an ... market research, surveys and trends
STOP SOPP and RESOLUTION 814 - The AMA attacks other Health Care ...
We agree that monopolies are generally bad. What if the Medical Doctors decided that ONLY they and the Osteopaths could have the ability to control the health care system ? Think it couldn't happen? Read about SOPP and Resolution 814. http://www.audiologist.org/component/content/article/15-legislative-alerts/184-ama-scope-of-practice-partnership-important-update.html American Medical Association - Advocacy Resource Center January 2009 Scope of Practice Campaign Trends for 2009 State Legislative/Regulatory Sessions (By state) State Scope of Practice Issue Alabama Advance Practice Nurses: independent prescribing rights Arizona market research, surveys and trends

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World Trade Center losses lower than originally expected
Estimates of the total financial loss to the insurance industry after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks that brought down the World Trade Center's Twin Towers aren't as large as originally predicted. The current estimate for the total insured loss for the World Trade Center, Pentagon and Pennsylvania events is $40.2 billion. - Insurance Information Institute One year after the terrorist attacks in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania, the Insurance Information Institute estimates that the total insurance loss from Sept. 11 will ultimately be about $40.2 billion. Original estimates had losses as high as $70 billion. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
trends economy
According to 2000 Census data, 59 percent of civilian rural Pennsylva- nians age 16 and older were working ... show that rural Pennsylvania had more than 1 million employees working ... fewer than five workers. Rural Pennsylvania is also quite .... Industry Trends, published by the Pennsylvania State Data Center . ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The “Great Recession” appears to be over. Consumer demand for new cars, which traditionally serves as a fairly accurate economic barometer, is starting to pick up after a long slowdown. Automakers and suppliers have been rebuilding their workforces and boosting production, which is up two-thirds from a year ago. The average workweek for U.S. autoworkers was 43 hours in March, a five-hour increase from the same period in 2009. Chrysler, Ford and General Motors also recently announced billions of dollars worth of retooling in their U.S. plants. The 2010 ASSEMBLY State of the Profession survey was conducted in late ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Coal Workers' Health Surveillance Program - Resource List
Valley Health- Upper Kanawha Medical Center. Cedar Grove, West Virginia. (304) 595-1770 .... (800) 452-0288. PENNSYLVANIA. Bureau of Workers' Compensation ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Robert P. Casey Jr. | United States Senator for Pennsylvania ...
I receive calls every day from residents of Pennsylvania who face challenges on the job, or who lose their job through no fault of their own. I am committed to fighting in the Senate for the preservation and creation of quality jobs, but I also want to offer resources that will assist you through the difficulties you may be facing. If you are unable to resolve your challenges with the information below, please contact my Office of Constituent Services toll-free at 1-866-461-9159. While I work in the Senate to try to prevent job loss and foster new job growth, I suggest you utilize these resources that may be able to ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Worker's Compensation Program - CLARION UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Jul 30, 2009 ... Under Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation law, each employer must ... Human Resources Department. 300 Penn Center Boulevard, Suite 800 ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
WikiAnswers - Workers Compensation Questions including "Is a ...
Employment often results in injuries due to hazardous conditions or accidents. Workers Compensation is mandated by laws and specific rules apply to the collection and award to provide payments to the employee. Total questions 11100 ID1133423390 asked Can you receive unemployment and workman comp and said it was the same as Can I collect unemployment and workman's comp 9 minutes ago ID1651610769 asked Can 2 objects at different weight land at the same time and said it was the same as Two objects with different weights are dropped at the same time which lands first 9 Jul 2010 23:25 Liam Hardy [1] wrote the first answer to ...
Worker`s Compensation - Answers by Margot RN BScN GNC
  A: According to Rule 220 "Computing Days of Disability Preceding Payment of Compensation": The employer ...   Q: I was at work when an employee dropped a case on my toe I have been off work for 6weeks and workmen ...   A: I would advise you to wear shoes with good soles so your feet will be well supported and try going ...   Q: I fell on my buttocks at work in September 2009,I reported it to my supervisor and she said she ...   A: According to Kentucky Workers' Compensation Legal Library: 342.038 Employer to keep record of ...   Q: Margot I dont have an issue yet, but I am looking ...