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Foreclosure Property Trashout Bid Part 2

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B.C. Court offers lessons to employers about employment contracts, part II

B.C. Court offers lessons to employers about employment contracts, part II
Last year we shared five key lessons about employment agreements, arising from the trial court's decision inMiller v. Convergys CMG Canada Limited Partnership. The recent B.C. Court of Appeal decision in the same matter highlights those lessons.
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80% in informal employment have no written contract
Nearly three out of four people working in the non-agricultural sector in India are in informal jobs, new data from the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) shows. Eighty per cent of these informal sector employees have no written contract and 72 per …
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When Can An Employment Contract Be Set Aside‎
Many employees foolishly decide to save the hour or so in legal fees to have their contracts reviewed, only to then forfeit vastly greater amounts. Employers are no better. Close to half the contracts I encounter are replete with glaring legal errors …
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Dr. Meghan’s College Advice: What to Pack for Dorms (Part 1)

Check out the rest of my Dr. Meghan’s College Advice Videos: Applying to College http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86HQbj9OtsU&feature=relmfu Finding a Roommate…

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Why More Americans are Working Contract and Temporary Jobs Part II

This is a expanded preview of the last keynote presentation in regards to Why More Americans are working Contract and Temporary Jobs.

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Should Government Encourage Consumer Spending? – 10.03.11 (Part 3) RE Radio With Louis Cammarosano

Ryan notes that the consumer sentiment rose last week. Ryan notes that perhaps falling gas prices had an impact on consumer sentiment. Ryan note that those t…

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Crossfire: New delay in extended unemployment benefits? (part 1/3)

1/13/14 – Crossfire: Van Jones and Kevin Madden host Sen. Ben Cardin (D) Maryland and Sen. John Barrasso (R) Wyoming to discuss the latest delay by Congress …
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Psychology of Belief Part 8: Need for Closure

Psychology of Belief Part 8: Need for Closure

Have you ever wondered why individuals are so prone to “God of the Gaps” thinking? Below’s how it works: Religious belief is highly correlated with requirement for cognit …

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Considering a degree in Physical Education? Part 1

Take a look at what the University of Otago has to offer. This video will introduce you to the four year course and outline some of the studies you will unde…
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Crowdfunding comes up short: Why the final part of the JOBS Act will never work

Crowdfunding comes up short: Why the final part of the JOBS Act will never work
Just ask the SEC, which is bogged down in approving the final phase of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, a 2011 law meant to goose the economy by loosening rules for investing and fundraising. While other parts of the JOBS Act have been in place …
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The Grilled Cheese Truck raising up to M in general-solicitation offering
The offering is being made under Rule 506 (c) of Regulation D of the Securities Act, which allows for general solicitation and advertising. The provision was created under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act. Prior to the JOBS Act's passage in 2012 …
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Neota Logic Anchors SeyfarthLean Consulting Disclosure Dragon
Disclosure Dragon is an advanced document assembly tool that assists companies and crowdfunding portals with the legal and financial disclosure required for offerings under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act of 2012. "Neota Logic is very …
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Oregon unemployment claims fall as part of national decline

Oregon unemployment claims fall as part of national decline
That's down 13,900, or 20.4 percent, from 2012. Regular benefits, which average $ 287 every week, run out after six months. After that, many fall into a federal Emergency Unemployment Compensation program, which offers extended benefits based on the …
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Legislative Update
H-169 is a bill that would provide relief to businesses paying a higher rate of unemployment compensation contributions due to layoffs caused by Tropical Storm Irene, and potential future natural disasters. Businesses' … S-4 is a rewrite of the …
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