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Toddler Killed by Ikea Dresser; Company Must Pay $46 Million

Popular Swedish furniture seller Ikea has agreed to pay $46 million to the family of a California toddler who was crushed by one of their dresser models. According to reports,…
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NCCI Reports Work Vehicle Accidents, Claims Down During Recession

Accidents involving work-related vehicles declined during the recent recession, and likely contributed to a decrease in the number of workers' compensation claims resulting from such collisions, re...
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Were You Unfairly Fired for Weather-Related Absences?

Declared state of emergency, blizzards, snow, ice storms, wind, rain, and negative temperatures…what state is likely to have a winter like this? Oklahoma! In February 2011, during Oklahoma’s most ...
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Were You Unfairly Fired for Weather-Related Absences?

Declared state of emergency, blizzards, snow, ice storms, wind, rain, and negative temperatures…what state is likely to have a winter like this? Oklahoma! In February 2011, during Oklahoma’s most ...
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Oklahoma McDonald’s Sex Offender and Employment Issues

In 2007, at a Seminole, Oklahoma McDonald's, an employee was caught feeling himself while looking at a 14-year old little girl. The owner, John Petrakis and his company Jonco, Inc., hired the sex o...
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Dangerous Jobs in Oklahoma: Ranchers and Farmers

Residents of Oklahoma, like everywhere else, need to do what they can to earn a living. For some, this involves facing down tangible danger every time they report to work. As a result, these people...
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Harassment is a Crime Not Just a Bother

Tulsa's newly appointed interim chief medical examiner, Dr. Andrew Sibley, faces sexual harassment charges for his behavior around a female employee. The Tulsa Medical Examiner employee alleges tha...
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