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This week we covered workers' comp fraud, minimum wage, and how to get your résumés noticed!!

YouTube Video Responsible for Beauty Queen’s Workers’ Comp Fraud—Haven’t we learned by now that if you’re going to play the system, it’s better to keep a low profile? With the advent of social media, laying low is proving to be a hard challenge for people trying to get away with workers’ compensation fraud!

A Tale of Two Cities—One Mall and Two Minimum Wages - See more at:—It’s a tale of two cities and the mall that the cities’ boundaries divide. Once upon a time, states had a uniform minimum wage, and then cities began establishing their own. And thus this story of wage woes began.

BLR®'s 50 Employment Laws in 50 States the revolutionary guidebook that puts ALL the most need-to-know employment law information, for each of the 50 states, right at your fingertips.

Résumés Not Getting You Noticed? Try a Billboard!—After the recent job recession, all too many people know the struggles of looking for a job. Sending out multiple résumés and making dozens of phone calls can only get you so far. How do you attract the employer of your dream job? Try a billboard!

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