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Workplace AEDs, Response Programs Can Save Lives
Sudden cardiac arrest—when the heart stops beating, abruptly and without warning—is the leading cause of death in the workplace, however most employers have not prepared their workforce to respond when a colleague goes down.
 

 

Take Advantage of the Many Facets of Mobile Learning
Repurposing content is good; merely converting it to HTML is not.
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Battle-Tested Big Labor Has Some Cause for Optimism
Organized labor continues to be bruised by some fierce organizing battles, including a heavily reported organizing drive in Chattanooga, Tenn., which it lost even though the employer was neutral during the campaign. But so far it’s been “a good year for labor,” according to James Hays, an attorney with Sheppard Mullin in New York City. 
  
 
NLRB Strikes Down Employer’s Internet Policy Ill.: State Amends Wage Act to Allow Use of Payroll Cards
 

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