What Motivates You?
Created: Wednesday, 26 November 2014 14:53
Published: Wednesday, 26 November 2014 14:53
Whether It’s An Action To Reinforce Or To Correct, Nothing Beats The Personal Touch.
By Randy K. Logsdon
An October 9 investigative report in the Chicago Tribune delved into a sudden increase in automated red-light citations issued at several Chicago intersections. It seems that the citations that are issued by mail include data regarding the infraction, including the length of the amber warning prior to the signal displaying red. The standard minimum amber duration for a 30 mph intersection is three seconds. Hundreds of citations were overturned because the ticket reported the duration at 2.9 seconds or less.
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Two Personal Liability Cases Upheld Against Foremen
Created: Thursday, 30 October 2014 20:35
Published: Thursday, 30 October 2014 20:35
By Ellen Smith
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with the Labor Secretary that an agent of a limited liability corporation, or “LLC,” can be charged under 110(c) of the Mine Act, and in a separate case, the Review Commission upheld charges against a foreman.
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