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What is Cyberstalking in Florida? Tips to Protect Yourself!
In today’s technological age, cyberstalking has become a prevalent issue. How do we define cyberstalking? Where is the line drawn between playful and dangerous? What ages are most impacted by cyberstalking? How do we keep our children safe? And, is it a generational challenge? For example, do teenagers routinely take part in cyberstalking activities just […]
How To Be Safe and Smart This Memorial Day
Memorial Day commemorates the men and women who died while serving in the military.  Memorial Day is a time of remembrance but it is also a time of celebration.  As such, many Americans take this holiday for rest and relaxation with their loved ones.   As a nation, we may spend this holiday long weekend […]
Can I Have an Open Container at the Beach?
Memorial Day is a holiday that most of us celebrate with family and friends. The kids are out of school and we are able to spend time with them one-on-one. Maybe you plan to bar-b-que, maybe you plan to go out of town for the long weekend, or maybe you plan to spend time with […]
Tips for When Your Employer Does Not Have Maternity Leave
Today, the United States lags behind other countries when it comes to paid maternity leave. This is an unfortunate reality that many mothers face.  If you are expecting a child but your employer does not have maternity leave available, let us share a few tips to help you.   1. If your company has 50 […]
Should You Ask Your Employer to Bring Your Child to Work?
If you are a parent, there may come a time when you will need to bring your child into work. Your nanny may be sick, the daycare may unexpectedly close for the day or you may receive a call from your child’s school. While some companies openly invite new mothers to bring newborns into the […]
How Older Americans Can Protect Themselves When Driving This May
As we age, it can become increasingly more difficult to drive. There are both mental and physical impairments that affect us. Unfortunately, research studies from the AARP tell us that seniors are specifically impacted by conditions including the worsening of eyesight, slower reaction times and loss of hearing.   Physical impairments like these can reduce […]
Tips for Saying Thank You to Mom on Mother’s Day
Moms are incredible. Our moms raise children, excel in their careers, maintain the household and keep food on the table, all while making it look effortless. Moms teach us everything we know and are incredibly selfless, kind-hearted and patient. How should we say “thank you” this Mother’s Day?   In light of all our moms […]
What is National Origin Discrimination?
National origin discrimination is found when a job applicant or employee is treated unfavorably because they “are from a particular country or part of the world, because of ethnicity or accent, or because they appear to be of a certain ethnic background (even if they are not),” according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. National […]
What Is The Difference Between a Felony and A Misdemeanor in Florida?
All crimes fall into two classifications – misdemeanors and felonies. Do you know the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor in Florida?  Misdemeanors are lesser crimes that are punishable by less than a year of incarceration handled in county court and felonies are more extreme crimes punishable by more than a year of incarceration handled […]
What Does It Mean That the Ban on Alcohol is Lifted at FSU
After the tragic, alcohol-related death of fraternity pledge Andrew Coffey, Florida State University’s President John Thrasher instituted an interim suspension of FSU Greek Life on November 6, 2017. Coupled with the unrelated incidents of two separate arrests of fraternity members on drug trafficking charges, it seemed as if the university needed an immediate change.    […]
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