"Employment" Essays and Research Papers

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    three different jobs. The union bosses were not willing to accept the new plan. Finally Malescowski has many friends among the Oconomo employees. He dreads the thought of dismissing the entire plant‚ where there is little chance of finding employment in the local area. Malescowski has to determine whether moving production to another plant save the company any money?SOUTHERN DISCOMFORT Analyze and Describe the Issues Faced by Malescowski and the Company and the Reasons for These Issues.

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  • Employment Law

    A contract of employment is a category of contract used in labour law to attribute right and responsibilities between parties to a bargain. On the one end stands an "employee" who is "employed" by an "employer". It has arisen out of the old master-servant law‚ used before the 20th century. Put generally‚ the contract of employment denotes a relationship of economic dependence and social subordination. In the words of the influential labour lawyer Sir Otto Kahn-Freund‚ "The relation between an employer

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  • Employment Equity

    EMPLOYMENT EQUITY Contents PAGE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2 INTRODUCTION 2 WHAT IS EMPLOYMENT EQUITY 3 HOW DOES IT WORK 3 - 4 WHAT IS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 5 IMPLEMENATION OF AFFIRMITIVE & EMPLOYMENT EQUITY 6 - 7 OBSTACLES & CHALLENGES 7 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 8 CONCLUSION 8 BIBLIOGRAPHY 9 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This assignment deals with the Employment Equity Act of 19 October 1998. It covers the workings of the act in terms of equity

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  • Employment laws

    Name: Janice King Gunn PROVIDE A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF EMPLOYMENT LAW Research the various laws listed below. Determine whether the employment law is a federal or state law. If the law covers both federal and state‚ are there any difference between federal and state. Provide an overview of the significance of each employment law. Please cite all sources used. Employment Law Name Federal – Provide Details of the Law State – Provide Details of the Law National Labor Relations Act of 1935 Forbids employers

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  • Employment Law

    EMPLOYMENT LAW Introduction The aim of this Assessment is to demonstrate an understanding of employment regulation and how it is enforced. Other areas covered include; how to manage recruitment‚ manage issues relating to pay and working time lawfully and how to ensure that staff are treated lawfully when they at work. Finally it will cover managing performance and disciplinary matters lawfully. Activity 1 The purpose of Employment Law is to provide legal protection to employees and employers. Employment

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  • Employment at Will Doctrine

    Employment-At-Will Doctrine ME ME Legal 500 Professor Grey May 4‚ 2014 Abstract This paper will summarize the employment-at-will doctrine and evaluate eight (8) scenarios. In the scenarios‚ I will determine whether the employee can be fired for certain actions and what action should be taken to limit liability on operations. I will specify each theory that best supports my decision. I will also decide whether or not to adopt a whistleblower policy. I will also include

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  • Employment-at-Will Doctrine

    Employment-At-Will Doctrine In the United States‚ employees without a written employment contract generally can be fired for good cause‚ bad cause‚ or no cause at all; judicial exceptions to the rule seek to prevent wrongful termination. There are three exceptions to the doctrine that are recognized across the 50 states. These exceptions address employment terminations that are in line with the doctrine requirements but are probably not justified [Muhl‚ 2001]. Public-policy exception Under

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  • Employment at Will Doctrine

    What is employment-at-will and whistleblower policy? This paper will provide a better understand of what these policy is and how each could apply to the relationship of employer-employee in the work force. The employment-at-will doctrine avows that‚ when an employee does not have a written employment contract and the term of employment is of indefinite duration‚ the employer can terminate the employee for good cause‚ bad cause‚ or no cause at all.[1] Employment-at-will doctrine consisted of three

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  • Employment-at-Will Doctrine

    Employment-At-Will Doctrine Law‚ Ethics & Corporate Governance LEG 500 Employment-At-Will Doctrine Skills‚ Competence‚ and Abilities First‚ I would go back and review all documents recorded during Jennifer’s interview and most importantly her resume. All other employees ‘documents that were hired in the same and/ or equal positions will be reviewed as well. All employers expect to hire the best qualified employeeswho have the right skills‚ competence and abilities for the job; therefore

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  • Employment Relationship

    Understand the impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship. 2. Understand the main individual rights that the employee has during the employment relationship. 3. Understand the issues to address at the termination of the employment relationship Activity Investigate resources‚ such as the CIPD website‚ and write a guidance leaflet which covers key points of the areas detailed below. The impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship‚ including:

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