place of employment


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Because the move was due to a change in place of employment, S is allowed a partial exclusion.
Unemployment is considered a direct result of the disaster if it resulted from the physical damage or destruction of the place of employment; the physical inaccessibility of the place of employment due to its closure by the federal, state, or local government in immediate response to the disaster; or lack of work, or loss of revenues, if, prior to the disaster, the employer or self-employed business received at least a majority of its revenue or income from an entity in the major disaster area that was damaged or destroyed in the disaster or an entity in the major disaster area closed by the federal, state, or local government.
By intellectually stimulating nurses and allowing them the time to research such activities, the unit or place of employment can offer better, more improved care.
No more than two trips away from the primary place of employment in a single day to transport passengers (other than fellow employees) or to deliver the employer's goods to a customer.
Substantial equivalency practice privileges do not apply to a CPA who moves or relocates to another state and establishes a practice or principal place of employment there.
Almost as quickly as an exacerbation could hit, news of my MS permeated my place of employment and beyond.
But like their place of employment and the elusive dreams it nurtures, their relationship's appearances are deceptive.
This is a beautiful route to my place of employment and cuts off all the main roads so it's a lot safer.
She said he would follow her and park near her place of employment, and he threatened to kill her if she discontinued their relationship.
When a domestic employee walks through the door for the first time, the household becomes a place of employment, and the homeowner becomes an employer who can be held liable for obscene, discriminatory or offensive conduct.
Life And Livelihood: A Handbook For Spirituality At Work by Episcopal priest Whitney Wherrett Roberson (Associate Pastor of Grace Cathedral, San Francisco) addresses the necessity for spirituality in the setting where most people spend so much of their waking day--their place of employment.
If someone is laid off after only two months of employment, their most recent previous place of employment will probably be charged the bulk of the UI claim, since wages per quarter would most likely be greater with the previous employer.