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  • Davis vs. the Board of County Commissioners of Doña Ana County
    Davis vs. The Board of County Commissioners of Doña Ana County Dana Richmond HRM 510 Business Employment Law October 28, 2012 What was the legal issue in this case? In my opinion there are several legal issues that can be derived from this case. The first is whether Dona Ana County Detenti
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  • Davis V Dona Anna County Case Study
    Davis v. The Board of County Commissioners of Doña Ana County Case Study Effective employee selection is a vital human resource process. One of the many things that this process encompasses is background checks. Background checks can consist of contacting references, verifying past employment
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  • Davis V. Commissioners
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    No Defamation Cause for Fired Employee; Related Parties Had Right to Know Description Appeals court held that an employee who was fired for falsifying company documents had no cause of action for defamation. Supervisory personnel at the company, and an outside contractor that worked with...
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