- Untaxed tips must be counted toward bartender’s comp benefit: Nev. high court
Determining the amount of workers compensation benefits owed to an injured bartender must include the untaxed tips he received and reported to his employer, Nevada’s Supreme Court has ruled.
- OFF BEAT: MMA fighter works out deal on workers comp fraud charges
A Los Angeles firefighter who found himself in hot water when he was caught pursuing a career as a mixed martial arts fighter while on disability leave from his fire department job has ended his battle with prosecutors who had charged him with insurance…
- OFF BEAT: Daughter collects deceased dad’s workers comp payments for 22 years
The state of Hawaii for 22 years paid workers compensation benefits to a dead man amounting to nearly $400,000.
- Poor health of employees can drag down productivity: Integrated Benefits Institute
Workers’ poor health and its drag on productivity costs U.S. employers $576 billion annually, according to an estimate released Wednesday by the San Francisco-based Integrated Benefits Institute.