hardship


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something that obstructs progress and requires great effort to overcome

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Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reversed a district court's grant of summary judgment in favor of the employer because the district court improperly relied on the burdens placed on other employees by a schedule accommodation when finding that the employer had proved its undue hardship defense.
California-based Chevron declined to confirm whether it received a small refinery hardship waiver, but did say that seeking them can level the playing field.
The effect of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on hardship withdrawals
Under Mass.Gen.Laws ch.90A*24D , hardship licences are issued at the sole discretion of the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles(RMV).
"Not every agreeable person is at equal risk of experiencing financial hardship," Gladstone said.
As provided in the budget act, participants of 401(k) or similar tax-qualified retirement plans may take a hardship distribution from their account without first exhausting any available loan from the plan.
Blama cautions that the critics and opposition must understand that the hardship in the country is not as a result of any policy taken by the CDC led - administration.
To qualify for a hardship waiver, the applicant must demonstrate "extreme hardship" on behalf of a qualifying family member.
It may be noted that DRAP issued an SRO 34(I)/2019 on January 10th this year with the approval of the federal government to increase maximum retail prices by 9 percent for the drugs that were given some increase under hardship cases category in 2018, and 15 percent for the remaining drugs.
Where the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management's Office of Boat Registration and Licensing denied a plaintiff's application to renew his multi-purpose fishing license, the plaintiff's due process rights were not violated, the renewal application was untimely and it was not arbitrary and capricious for the DEM to find that the plaintiff did not qualify for the medical hardship exception.
As a student of human behavior, especially the behaviors people present in the workplace, I am fascinated by the influential role hardship plays in shaping a person's mindset and work styles.
Now, hardship on a child is not a factor and does not matter in connection with a waiver.
The greatest hardships are found in younger survivors.The research, published in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the study also found that among privately insured survivors, those who enrolled in high deductible health plans and did not have health savings accounts were particularly vulnerable to medical financial hardship.Medical financial hardship can encompass three domains: material (such as problems paying medical bills); psychological (for example, worrying about paying medical bills); and behavioral (which might include forgoing or delaying care because of cost).Zhiyuan Zheng, PhD, of the American Cancer Society, and his colleagues analysed information from the 2013 to 2016 National Health Interview Survey.