Accommodating Pregnant Employees

Let’s imagine a situation. Wendy, who’s been on the job for only four months, informs her employer that she’s pregnant. She requests light duty and asks if temporary leave is an option. Instead of accommodating Wendy, the employer terminates her employment, explaining to her that her employment is at-will and that they don’t have

Accommodating Pregnant Employees2017-07-07T15:16:03-07:00

“Shed”-ing Light on Your BOP Coverage

When it comes to insurance, you never stop learning. Even the most grizzled vets don't know everything. Here at Whiteboard, it's our firm belief that continued education is imperative if we want to stay effective at our jobs, relevant to our clients, and innovative in our industry (Oh... and also it's mandatory if we want

“Shed”-ing Light on Your BOP Coverage2017-07-03T15:41:50-07:00
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