Harvey's Destruction Will Test Employers' Pay, Leave Policies

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The destruction wreaked by Hurricane Harvey on Houston and greater southeast Texas will close businesses for an undetermined amount of time and potentially leave out of work tens of thousands of people stuck in shelters or grappling with flooded homes.

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  • retired risk manager

    "Failing to protect employees" ?!?! Its simple. No employer caused, or is liable, for the damage from Harvey. If the business is closed, where is the money supposed to come from to pay employees? There is unemployment insurance available that is not chargeable to the employer. Next time, please consider the venue when opining.

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