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Learning Through Headlines: Employer not on the hook for injured worker’s housing

16 Aug , 2017  

August 15, 2017: If you’re “on the hook,” it means that you’re responsible or liable for something. As you could imagine, it’s rarely a fun place be! We’ll hook you up with this phrase in today’s LTH!

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