Curious About Prior Claims? Don't Even Ask

Miklave, Matthew T.; Trafimow, A. Jonathan
April 2003
Workforce (10928332);Apr2003, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p72
Answers several questions regarding the legal aspect of personnel management in the U.S. Information on repetitive-motion workers' compensation claims; Advice on handling a harassment complaint; Ways of dealing with employee absenteeism.


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