E-Verify: Compliance Important for Florida Individuals and Business Owners

In the United States, it is illegal to knowingly hire or employ someone who does not have status to work in this country. For individuals, a properly completed form I-9 is essential for proving authorization for employment. For business owners, the I-9 proves compliance with the law. An Internet-based system called E-Verify speeds this process for both applicant and employer. Read More

What Impact Does an Aging Workforce Have on Worker Compensation?

Many people in their late 50s and 60s have chosen to remain in the workforce longer than previous generations. The American Association of Retired People (AARP) found in a 2003 survey that “80% of boomers are planning to work after retirement age.” For some, economic conditions such as downturns in the stock market and lower home prices may be a consideration. Others simply wish to continue their careers for personal reasons. As this demographic of older workers increases, many wonder about the impact on workers compensation claims and the related costs. Read More

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