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Nevada Hospital Official Says She Was Fired For Questioning Allegedly Inflated Medicare Bills

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Nevada Hospital Official Says She Was Fired For Questioning Allegedly Inflated Medicare Bills

By FRED SCHULTE, Center for Public Integrity– Paula Sellers suspected the small Nevada hospital where she worked was overcharging Medicare and other health insurers for some emergency room services. Sellers ran Boulder City Hospital’s health information department, which helped apply the complex series of Medicare billing codes doctors and hospitals must use to get paid […]

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Billionaires Behaving Badly: Wealthy Show Contempt For Working People

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Billionaires Behaving Badly: Wealthy Show Contempt For Working People

Gina Rinehart – the world’s richest woman – hates you and isn’t afraid to let you know. Rinehart and American David Siegel are just two examples of what many the world’s wealthy think of working people – and that includes you upper middle class folks. Gina Rinehart earned her wealth the old fashioned way: inheritance. […]

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OSHA: Inspections May Have Prevented Fatal New York Subway Worksite Accident

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OSHA: Inspections May Have Prevented Fatal New York Subway Worksite Accident

Had Yonkers Contracting Co. Inc. conducted the proper safety inspections of large boom crane a New York construction worker would be alive today, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). OSHA cited Yonkers Contracting for 10 alleged serious violations of workplace safety in connection with the 3 April 2012 death of a worker […]

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How To Detect & Prevent Workplace Bullying, A Chronic Corporate Disease

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How To Detect & Prevent Workplace Bullying, A Chronic Corporate Disease

By RAKESH MALHOTRA— Stories of workplace bullying are commonplace throughout the United States. Some real-life examples: Mavis: “When I started there, I was told that someone had been acting in the position and had expected to get the job. This person continually undermined me and turned other staff against me. I endured 12 months of […]

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Definition of Workplace Bullying

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Definition of Workplace Bullying

Workplace bullying is repeated, health-harming mistreatment of one or more persons (the targets) by one or more perpetrators that takes one or more of the following forms: * Verbal abuse * Offensive conduct/behaviors (including nonverbal) which are threatening, humiliating, or intimidating * Work interference — sabotage — which prevents work from getting done Workplace Bullying… […]

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25 Qualities Of Leadership In A Happy, Profitable Workplace

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25 Qualities Of Leadership In A Happy, Profitable Workplace

By Amy Frost from the Delivering Happiness at Work blog— We are all leaders in our workplace and wherever we are in our world. We DO make a difference if we choose to lead from where we are. We are stepping into a new age of leadership. The age of living the SPIRIT of leadership, where […]

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EEOC: Calif. Hospital In Million-Dollar Settlement For Discrimination Against 70 Filipino-Americans

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EEOC: Calif. Hospital In Million-Dollar Settlement For Discrimination Against 70 Filipino-Americans

Targeted discrimination toward Filipino-American is costing a central California hospital nearly a million dollars and three years of federal supervision and anti-discrimination training, according to the EEOC. Delano Regional Medical Center (DRMC), an acute care hospital in California’s San Joaquin Valley, will pay $975,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) […]

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Is There A Fraud In Your Midst?

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Is There A Fraud In Your Midst?

By MARGARET HEFFERNAN– Despite high-profile fraudsters like former traders Jerome Kerviel and Nick Leeson, a recent survey by KPMG challenged the stereotype of the fraudster that is young, eager, and just out of his depth. In fact, fraudsters are most likely to be in senior management positions and to have been employed by their firm […]

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Infographic – Women In Business, Breaking The Glass Ceiling

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Infographic – Women In Business, Breaking The Glass Ceiling

Women In Business, Breaking The Glass Ceiling

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Infographic – How Happy Employees Can Fuel Success

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Infographic – How Happy Employees Can Fuel Success

Infographic – How Happy Employees Can Fuel Success In a down economy, not very many employers think, or continue to think, about keeping their employees happy. And in tight economic times happy doesn’t always need to include pay increases. As the inforgraphic below explains, studies show that happy and engaged workers and members of organizations […]

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