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Accountant Colin Gorman on What Construction Expense State Lawmakers Should Fix First

Accountant Colin Gorman on What Construction Expense State Lawmakers Should Fix First
Colin Gorman Managing Partner, EGP PLLC of North Little Rock

Colin Gorman, the managing partner of EGP PLLC, has some suggestions for the state Legislature.
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Sexual Harassment Claims: What Companies Can Do (Michelle Kaemmerling Commentary)

Employers are wise to promptly and thoroughly investigate all claims of harassment or inappropriate conduct.
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Since When? (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

If you can't trust yourself to compliment a woman without being a creep, then it's always fine to say nothing about her appearance at all.
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