This Court recognizes that enforcing this provision in the Wage Act may adversely affect those start up companies which ask employees to forego wages until the company reaches financial viability. This Court does not offer any opinion as to whether the Wage Act is wise in prohibiting deferral agreements in all circumstances, or whether there are ways in which start ups can avoid this prohibition by paying employees only the minimum wage and offering bonuses that are conditioned on the company financial performance. The fact of the matter is that the language of the Wage Act is crystal clear on this point, and, unless and until the Act is amended, this Court is obligated to enforce its clear mandate.
Choosing the right back bracing and support devices is absolutely necessary in benefiting from their use. The wrong back brace can cause more harm than benefit, which is why working with a trained physician is essential in choosing a back support device. Using a soft brace when a rigid bracing is necessary, or forcing the use of a rigid brace when a soft bracing is adequate, can both present problems.
Egypt’s deadliest terror attacks 2005 Sharm el Sheikh attacks The attack in the Egyptian resort city of Sharm el Sheikh was carried out on Egypt’s Revolution Day and for a decade remained the worst Islamist attack in Egypt’s history. A series of bombs planted close to bars and restaurants, as well as by a hotel, killed 88 people and injured 150. The majority of victims were locals, although a number of tourists also died, including 11 British nationals..