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Businesses need to be careful deciding which workers need workers’ comp coverage

By BECKY GILLETTE mbj@msbusiness.com It has been estimated that by 2020, about 40 percent of American workers will independent contractors. That could have important considerations for businesses when deciding which employees need to be covered by workers’ comp. Just because someone works remotely for a business, for example, doesn’t necessarily mean the business doesn’t need to provide workers’ comp coverage. ...

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BEST PLACES TO WORK — LUBA lauds MBJ Best Places to Work awards

The Mississippi Business Journal recently announced its winners of its annual Best Places to Work survey. More than 300 people converged on the Hilton in Jackson for the awards ceremony. Businesses, large and small, from across the state were honored for the dedication they have shown to their workforces. “In business, technology and processes may change, but the fact remains ...

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Read the March 12 issue of the MBJ online

In this week’s MBJ — METROPOLITAN WEATHERS DOWNTURN: Curt Gabardi and crew compete against other bankers- not other banks. By Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> Alabama says immigration reform costly: State calls it moneymaker — by Ted Carter >> Committee deadline sorts winners, losers: Hosemann business reform laws still alive — by Clay Chandler >> Commercial Real ...

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