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Category Archives: Employment
Barristers’ Expungement Clinic When: Sat, December 1, 9am – 12pm Where: St. Paul’s Baptist Church, 1000 Wallace Street, Philadelphia, PA (map) Description: Volunteer attorneys will assist eligible persons seeking expungement. For more information, to volunteer or to seek expungement of … Continue reading
DE Judge: Deported Immigrant Still Entitled To Workers’ Comp | Delawareonline.com | Sean O’Sullivan | 10/25/12
WILMINGTON— An employee who is injured on the job – even if he or she is living in the country without legal permission and falsified paperwork to gain employment – is entitled to workers’ compensation, according to a first-of-its kind … Continue reading
Workzone: PA Lacks Laws Guarding Sexual Orientation | Ann Belser / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | 10/14/12
In 70 percent of Pennsylvania, gay employees who celebrated National Coming Out Day on Thursday would have no recourse if their bosses fired them Friday. That’s because a law to prohibit discrimination in the workplace based on sexual orientation or … Continue reading
OSHA Philadelphia Met With The Burmese Community to Discuss Outreach & Enforcement | DOL.gov | 7/26/12
Reaching Out in Philadelphia Just recently, OSHA Philadelphia Area Office met with the Burmese Community to discuss outreach and enforcement. This was a follow up from the recent DOL White House Summit help in Philadelphia. Here is a summary: More … Continue reading
Law School Tuitions In Philadelphia Region: Slideshow | Philadelphia Business Journal | Jeff Blumenthal |9/10/12
Even though applications have decreased and jobs for graduates are more scarce, tuition and fees at law schools continued to increase — topping an average of $40,000/yr at private institutions, and $23,500/yr at public schools. For slideshow and … Continue reading