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not paid

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without payment

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engaged in as a pastime

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Andrew Rockne General Contractor, $3,040 in unpaid state Department of Labor and Industries penalties.
Whilst they highlight the fact that paid-for care providers provide paid care in order to give unpaid carers a break, the systems are struggling to cope with delivering care to the volume of people that require help and support.
Ciaran Ryan, 19, of Binley Road, Coventry, failed to attend unpaid work.
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber said: "The heroic amount of extra unpaid hours put in by millions of workers make a vital - but often unsung - contribution to the UK economy.
Chief executive Willie Walsh, who has already announced that he will work unpaid for the month of July, said: "This is a fantastic first response.
Members of the council's Audits and Governmental Efficiency Committee said Friday that they weren't seeking to seize assets from low-income people but want to focus on unpaid bills from those who can afford to pay them.
Issue: At issue was whether the IRS could collect the LLC's unpaid employment taxes from A, B and C as if they were general members of a partnership, and place a levy on their assets and rights to them in their capacity as members.
Bishop Caleb Lawrence, of the diocese of Moosonee in northern Ontario and Quebec, said he is uncomfortable with the idea of unpaid aboriginal clergy.
Any partial tax payments should be designated as applying to unpaid trust fund recovery taxes.
Unless the employer decides as a matter of policy that accrued paid leave must be used before unpaid FMLA leave, an employee would be entitled to take available accrued paid leave, in addition to the 12 weeks' leave available under the FMLA.
5, requires employers of 50 or more persons to grant employees up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave each year for the birth or adoption of a child or the serious illness of a child, spouse or parent.
The board of managers of the Parc Vendome then sought to amend the judgment of foreclosure to provide that all of the unpaid common charges on the unit be paid either out of surplus proceeds after the foreclosure sale of the unit or by the purchaser of the unit at the sale.
Concrete, $550 in unpaid state Department of Labor and Industries construction penalties.
THE number of people working "extreme" levels of unpaid overtime has soared to almost 900,000 in the past year, despite the growth in "underemployed" staff, new research showed today.