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Employer Pays for Workers’ Injuries Suffered at Retreat
Employer Pays for Workers’ Injuries Suffered at Retreat

Employers who hold offsite recreational retreats for their workers, particularly retreats involving alcohol, need to be very vigilant about safety or they might end up paying more than they planned. For example, in a Missouri case the owner of a fiberoptic cable company held ...

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