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Jul 02, 2021

Workers' Compensation Laws in Kansas and Missouri

Workers’ compensation is a required insurance policy provided by the employer to pay employee benefits for job-related injuries. Disability or death that arises out of and in the course of employment. Since each state false

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Workers' Compensation Laws in Kansas and Missouri
Apr 13, 2021

Kansas and Missouri Pandemic Unemployment Insurance Benefits Extended

Updated May 12, 2021 Under the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), unemployment benefits are extended for millions of Americans who are without work. The provisions will go a long way to address the ongoing unemployment false

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Kansas and Missouri Pandemic Unemployment Insurance Benefits Extended
Apr 06, 2021

What Kansas City Business Owners Need to Know About the CROWN Act

The CROWN (“Create a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair”) movement seeks to create a world free of discrimination, harassment and retaliation based on natural hairstyles normally associated with race. The Kansas false

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What Kansas City Business Owners Need to Know About the CROWN Act
Feb 17, 2021

Kansas Supreme Court Upholds Sixth Edition of AMA Guides

Using the Sixth Edition of the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment® remains constitutional in Kansas after a January 2021 decision by the Kansas Supreme Court. The AMA Guides, published by the American false

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Kansas Supreme Court Upholds Sixth Edition of AMA Guides
Feb 02, 2021

Kansas Unemployment Fraud Surge Causes Issues for Victims, Form 1099-G

A recent surge in new unemployment claims in the State of Kansas has been determined to be in large part due to fraudulent, identity theft claims. During the week ending January 23, Kansas reported 82,944 new false

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Kansas Unemployment Fraud Surge Causes Issues for Victims, Form 1099-G

Denying Coronavirus Leave Gets Kansas Employers in Hot Water

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD) recently found two Kansas employers that violated provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). And, it cost them.

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Denying Coronavirus Leave Gets Kansas Employers in Hot Water
Sep 30, 2020

Growing Number of States, Including Kansas, Adopt Coronavirus Liability Protection for Businesses

As if trying to safely remain open, or reopen, your small business amid the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been challenging enough, dodging coronavirus liability lawsuits can quickly complicate matters even more. These false

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Growing Number of States, Including Kansas, Adopt Coronavirus Liability Protection for Businesses

More Businesses Reopen in the Kansas City Metro; Here’s What’s New

As mandatory shutdowns and restrictions gradually ease, more Kansas City-area businesses have been able to resume operations. And while it’s hardly business as usual, employers have begun to cautiously navigate the false

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More Businesses Reopen in the Kansas City Metro; Here’s What’s New

Kansas City Metro Businesses Cautiously Look Forward to Reopening, but the Rules Vary Depending on Geographic Location

Stay-at-home orders are lifting around the Kansas City metropolitan area and non-essential business may soon begin reopening, with some allowed to resume operations as soon as today, May 4, 2020. That said, cities, false

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Kansas City Metro Businesses Cautiously Look Forward to Reopening, but the Rules Vary Depending on Geographic Location

How Kansas City’s Opioid Surge May Impact Employers

Every day in the United States, more than 130 people die after overdosing on opioids, according to the National Institutes of Health. What’s more, an additional 2 million suffer from opioid addiction disorder. As the false

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How Kansas City’s Opioid Surge May Impact Employers