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The Impact of Technology on Physicians: Adapting to Digital Changes

Today’s topic is the use of technology on physicians adapting to digital changes. Physicians are going to have, and have already had, some changes that have cropped up in the medical field, and this is going to continue to have changes going forward with the implementation of artificial intelligence, commonly known as AI. One of […]

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Navigating Continuing Education: Tips for Maintaining Your Professional License

Today’s topic is navigating continuing education tips for maintaining your professional license. Each licensed professional will have continuing education requirements. This means that there will be courses offered by designated entities. Some of these courses could be associated with whatever board or agency that you are licensed under, or they could be from a third

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Can a Plumbing, Fire Sprinkler, or HVAC Company Hire 1099 Independent Contractors?

Today’s question is: Can a North Carolina plumbing, fire sprinkler, and HVAC company hire 1099 independent contractors? The answer to that question is a very clear no. This is found in the administrative code of the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Plumbing and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), under 21 NCAC 50.0512

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What Is the Attorney-Client Privilege and Why Do Licensed Professionals Need to Understand It?

Today we’re going to talk a little bit about attorney-client privilege and how it relates to licensed professionals. The question is: what is attorney-client privilege, and why do licensed professionals need to know about it?The attorney-client privilege allows an attorney to protect the information they acquire from a client or even a prospective client, possibly

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Will I Have Trouble Finding Work After Having Nursing Licensing Issues?

Today’s question is: Will I have trouble finding work if I end up with nursing license issues? Potentially, the situation I’ve noticed from many of my clients who have a license with the North Carolina Board of Nursing involves two main scenarios. First, you obviously receive a complaint notification, which lets you know a complaint

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What is Considered Proper Supervision of an Employee by a Qualified Electrician in NC?

Today we’re going to cover another part for electrical contractors in North Carolina. Today’s question is: what is considered supervision of an employee if you are a licensed electrical contractor? This is directed to all the owners of electrical companies out there because this can be a tricky issue. It’s something I have encountered multiple

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What is Considered Proper Supervision of by a Plumbing, Heating or Fuel Piping Contractor in NC?

Today we’re going to talk about the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Plumbing and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning). The question is, how do you properly supervise employees as a licensed plumber in North Carolina? Contrary to some other Boards that are a little bit more stringent on supervision requirements—and I don’t

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