Month: April 2019

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How Improper Truck Maintenance Causes Accidents

Trucking companies are legally tasked with ensuring that their commercial vehicles are properly inspected and maintained for enhanced safety while in transit. The sheer weight of the trucks and the speed at which they travel ultimately could lead to their breakdown, making it essential to conduct routine maintenance. Unfortunately, trucking companies are not always proactive …

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Deafening Silence: What to Do When HR Ignores Your Discrimination Complaints

Charges of workplace discrimination have decreased recently, according to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) latest Enforcement and Litigation Data. There were over 76,418 charges of workplace discrimination that the EEOC received in 2018, a decline from 84,254 cases filed in 2017. Despite the overall downturn of cases, sexual harassment cases saw a 13.6% …

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Not So Privileged: Why Wealthier Kids Take Divorce Harder Than the Others

Everybody knows that divorce hits children the most what’s. What’s not so often talked about though is the fact that its impact varies among kids, particularly among different social classes. Apparently, children who come from high-income families are more likely to take the divorce the hardest. They bear the worst of tendencies coming out of …

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