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Woman claims sexual harassment complaint was ignored

A woman in another state claims that she was sexually harassed while she was working at a middle school. She says that her complaints were not taken seriously, and now she wants something done about it. It doesn't matter if one resides in Massachusetts or elsewhere, sexual harassment claims should always be taken seriously and dealt with appropriately.

How to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace

While no working environment is perfect, there are certain things Massachusetts residents should not have to deal with when either on or off the clock. Sexual harassment is one of those things. What can people do when they are dealing with this form of harassment?

Understanding some terminology in business interruption insurance

More than likely, you are going into business to make a profit. As you start your company, you commit to going to great lengths to make sure you set it up for success. You may have already purchased insurance policies to cover losses of property, expenses from liabilities and more. Another insurance product you may want to consider is business interruption insurance.

Focus on getting through your divorce, not what caused it

When ending a marriage, it is easy to spend your time wondering how you got to this point. It is easy to spend your time trying to determine fault or assign blame. It is even normal to do so. When going through the divorce process, though, it's best for you and other Massachusetts residents in this same position to focus on the divorce, not necessarily what caused it.

Mental capacity can affect business succession planning

It is impossible to know what life is going to throw at you. You can be sailing along just fine, running your business and living large, and then the next minute, your world can be turned upside down with a devastating medical diagnosis. If you were recently diagnosed with a disorder that is going to affect your mental capacity now or in the near future, the next steps you take as a business owner could make or break your company. You see, mental capacity can affect business succession planning.

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