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Old 08-15-2012, 03:28 PM
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Originally Posted by krzys555 View Post
i mean if he breaks anything physical ie glass windows ect, not bodily harm. workmans comp is all about bodily harm.

i am not saying the employe would only take large companies to the irs. he could even take yours even if you are going everything by the books, just because he does not like you.
If he an under the table employee he will not be covered under WC. A disgruntled under the table employee is dangerous. And it worse if you fire him and he goes to collect UI.

Doesn't matter what the guy is physically doing...hard to prove a person didn't injure his back on the job lifting a I said, people are sue crazy these days. If you are not doing it by the books that employee is a liability.
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