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Many people have jobs that involve occasional or frequent travel for work. Some occupations are entirely travel based and require a worker be away from home on a job site for days, weeks, or months at a time. Normally, Iowa workers’ compensation insurance ensures that employees are compensated for their medical expenses, lost wages, and…

Employees of Iowa companies are protected by workers’ compensation insurance, which ensures that if they are injured on the job they will be compensated for their injuries and lost wages. Workers’ compensation benefits only cover injuries that arise in the course of employment, not injuries that a worker receives outside of work. Pre-existing conditions can be…

Workers’ compensation insurance ensures that Iowa employees who are injured on the job are compensated for their injuries and lost wages. Although the insurance itself is issued by private insurance providers, its provision and administration is governed by Iowa state law and administered by the Iowa Division of Workers’ Compensation. Although the system is designed…

Working for yourself has significant benefits: you’re in charge of your own professional direction, your schedule is up to you, and you control the manner in which you do your job. Whether you’re an independent contractor or a sole proprietorship, being your own boss obviously has disadvantages, too. Employees of even small companies in Iowa…

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