The New York State Workers' Compensation Board defines a "domestic worker" as someone who is employed and paid by to perform duties within their employer's private household. Examples of domestic workers include maids, c... More »

Ensuring domestic tranquility involves keeping the peace within the nation. It means preventing domestic terrorism at the hands of citizens and outsiders and controlling rebellious behavior that threatens to undermine na... More »

A domestic violence law is any statute that punishes people who cause physical or emotional harm to family members or anyone they share a close relationship with, says HG.org. The majority of domestic violence cases are ... More »

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In New York, citizens may receive cash payments from their current employees for up to 50 percent of their weekly wages, according to the New York State Workers' Compensation Board. Disabled workers in New York can claim... More »

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Physician codes are given to doctors by medical boards to certify them as specialists in a field, according to the New York State Workers' Compensation Board. For example, a physician using the code OPS is certified as a... More »

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To complete a CE-200 exemption form first choose to submit the form electronically or to complete a hard copy of the form, explains the New York State Workers' Compensation Board. To complete the form online, create a pi... More »

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Some advantages of the division of labor include increased worker efficiency and lower production costs, while some disadvantages include decreases in employee motivation and individual workers slowing the production pro... More »