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  • #31
    Originally posted by cbg
    Careful, there, Texas.

    I started using my initials, cbg, as a screen name before I was married. I continued using them after I was married because it was too much trouble to change them.

    Since I have been using my maiden name as a middle name, and since my married name starts with the same initial as the middle name I was born with, my correct initials are now cgb.

    I'm so confused. Anyway, I think I'll just call her by her name.
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    • #32
      I always thought "dudine" was the feminine of dude.

      Phil
      This post is by Philip Gordon, a Massachusetts employment attorney (www.gordonllp.com).

      This post is NOT legal advice. It is for general/educational information purposes only. You should not rely on this post if you are making decisions, and it does not create an attorney-client relationship. This post may be considered "advertising" under the MA professional rules for attorneys.

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      • #33
        Legal Brek Time In Michigan

        I Work For A Company In Michigan We Work 4 Days A Week 10 Hour Days Today They Changed Us From 4 15 Minute Breaks To 2 15 Minute Breaks Is That Legal And What Is The Break Time For A 10 Hour Shift

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        • #34
          Yes, it is legal. Other than some hotel workers in Illinois, NO states requires 15 minute breaks. As a matter of fact, Michigan doesn't require ANY rest breaks for adult employees. So, you're getting more than the law requires.
          http://www.michigan.gov/cis/0,1607,7...7201--,00.html
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