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Syddel Worrell

Syddel was born on the beautiful twin island of Trinidad and Tobago and ironically has a twin. He was raised in Barbados and attended the University of the Southern Caribbean in Trinidad for two years. Currently, he attends Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI where he’s pursuing a BBA in Management. He spends most of his time studying and working a student job. In his free time, he enjoys participating in community service, counseling unprivileged children, and keeping up to date with the latest tech news soccer highlights. You can contact Syddel at syddel.worrell@legalfish.com.

 

Negotiation of Severance Packages

Posted on Thursday, January 14th, 2010

These are clearly tough economic times, and many others have lost their jobs. Let’s say you happen to be one of the workers who gets called to human resources, and to your dismay, you learn that you are going to be laid-off. If you have ever heard of the term “severance package,” now would be a good time to negotiate one.

Lifting the HIV/AIDS Ban: The End of Exclusion and Stigmatism

Posted on Tuesday, January 12th, 2010
From: www.volunteersplacement.com

For the first time in 22 years, the United States is scheduled to host the World AIDS conference in Washington, D.C. in 2012. This is good and progressive news, but what’s making all the headlines is the new law just enacted, which revokes the ban on HIV/AIDS visitors from entering the country.

New Anti-Immigration Law – Stir About/Among Undocumented Immigrants

Posted on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

A new anti-immigration law in Arizona, which took effect on November 24, now requires state employees to denounce undocumented immigrants social benefits. Is this a matter of legalized discrimination or public safety?

 
 

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