California Tightens Workers’ Comp Laws

A California law that went into effect Jan. 1, 2017, aims to avert firms from skirting workers’ compensation insurance laws. Organizations need to provide workers’ comp coverage to employees, but until now, the definition of “employee” didn’t incorporate corporate shareholders …

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Power-Efficient Employment

Much more than 1.9 million folks nationwide either sell, install, or service power-efficient systems, according to an evaluation by advocacy groups Environmental Entrepreneurs and E4TheFuture. The quantity is expected to grow by 13 % in 2017. These markets primarily contain …

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Couples Disagree About Lighting

A lot more than half of the respondents in a current study of three,000 U.S. and Canadian buyers reported getting disagreements with someone who lives in their property about lighting. The study, sponsored by Philips Lighting and performed by market …

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Yet Yet another Explanation to Drink Piña Coladas

A group of students and professors at a Mexican university has created a new roofing material from an unlikely source: the coconut. 

Researchers mixed fiber from the fruit’s husk with a polyester resin to produce “uniquely-shaped sheets of roofing,” according …

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