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cbg
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Joined: 05-31-2005
Location: Massachusetts
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  • cbg
    replied to “Open Availabiltiy”
    I can't give you a definite answer since I can't read your contract with either school. However, the possibility exists that the private school wants to change your hours and is being blocked from doing so because of the time you're working at the state school. If you're supposed to have open availability...
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  • cbg
    cbg posted a Visitor Message for ronaldg
    Hi Ron. Could you guys in Admin please close the gates? We seem to have an influx of spammers that can't be controlled. I've deleted about eleven pages worth just today. Anything you can do with be appreciated.

    And can I have my "Delete Posts As Spam" button back so I can ban...
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  • cbg
    replied to “Open Availabiltiy”
    Whose choice is it that you work only one day a week? Yours or theirs? Who chooses the day?
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  • I have spent most of my adult life working for companies that had presences in more than one state. Doesn't matter what you call it; "virtual" or otherwise, the laws are going to be the same.

    I would agree that it would make sense to adopt a policy that is in compliance with...
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  • You always need to be in compliance with the laws of the state in which the employees work.

    What are you considering as a sick leave policy? Let's start there.
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  • cbg
    replied to Sick Leave for Virtual Employees
    Duplicate post. All the responders read and respond to all the appropriate forums - you will not get more or better answers by posting the same answers multiple times. Let's make it easy on the responders and keep all the discussion in one thread, okay?
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  • It is true that truth is a defense to defamation. However, in writing opinion it is easy to accidentally cross the line.

    Nonetheless, until or unless your friend is actually served with a lawsuit, tell her not to worry. Take the review down, at least for now, and forget about it. The...
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