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August 2018 Archives

Keeping your real estate license valid

Whether you fell into it or always wanted to sell real estate, you may have quickly learned that it can be a rewarding and satisfying job. Of course, you put in long hours and spend many evenings and weekends away from your family showing houses and commercial buildings to potential buyers. Nevertheless, helping individuals, families and business owners find just the right property is worth the many frustrations that come with the work.

Common hardships that nurses often face

Working in the medical field may have been a lifelong dream of yours. Rather than aspiring to be a general physician or surgeon, however, you wanted to become a nurse. This profession would allow you to come in contact with many different people that you could help in various and important ways.

The link between minimum wage and restaurant sexual harassment

One of the outgrowths of the #MeToo movement is the spotlight it's placed on the high rate of sexual harassment suffered by restaurant workers. They can be the victims of not only harassment but abuse and assault by co-workers, managers and customers.

What you should know about non-competition agreements

You're thinking about accepting an offer from another company that would mean more money and seniority or perhaps the chance to get in on the ground floor of an exciting new enterprise. However, you're concerned about that non-competition agreement you signed back when you were hired by your current employer.

Unwise social media use can cost you your nursing license

Nursing can be a highly stressful profession. During your off-hours, it's only reasonable that you might want to relax by looking at videos of cats, baby goats and other light, soothing images on social media. However, when it comes to posting things, you need to be careful of how you're representing the nursing profession, your employer and the patients with whom you interact.