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    Employer Liability and Employee Safety

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    Death of a salesman: Should an employer ever be held liable for "Murder" in the death of an employee? At what point can an employer be so sloppy, or even intentionally not interested in employee safety where you would say the act was criminal and the employer personally liable like this...if ever.

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    In the event that there are acknowledged dangers within the job, known hazards, and/or unsafe working conditions the employer should be held personally liable for injury and death of employees. Employers should be held responsible when they are responsible due to negligence. If the employer could have done ...

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    This solution discusses if an employer should ever be held liable in the death of an employee, and at what point an employer may be so disinterested in safety that the act would be considered criminal. Examples are given as week as a link.

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