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The understanding of employment law can be a very confusing aspect within the workplace for all involved. Different issues which arise-whether from the side of the employer or employee must be dealt with in an appropriate manner in order for both parties to successfully resolve their issues and move on. In most cases, issues within the workplace can be settled by your company's human resources department. However, in the event that your company does not have this department, knowing how you can legally enquire about your issues is crucial to ensure that you follow the correct proceedings and can gain any compensation that is entitled to you. This area covers all aspects of employment law from contracts to correct disciplinary action and correct dismissal to a post to having your contract terminated successfully.


Employment Law Articles

Employment Law

Employment Law Absence - What Are Your Legal Rights?

02nd February 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray If you are having to take time off work due to illness you may be wondering about your rights and responsibilities during your time off sick. Are you entitled to be paid - and if so, how much? - and what information are y...
Author: Robert Gray Solicitor
Employment Law

Some Points For Health and Safety Posters

02nd February 2011
Like many posters like labor law of deferent country. There are some measures which are taken from the government time to time. Safety poster is a good measure of the government that are pasted for giving information to the persons to be aware for facing ...
Author: Cecily
Employment Law

Labor law posters

02nd February 2011
The International Labor Organization in tune with the state governments protest against the exploitation of the business firm in their labor management. In various occasions the workers are exploited by the employers in matters like wages, work time, over...
Author: Cecily
Employment Law

Benefits of labor law Poster

02nd February 2011
The labor law posters are the guide by the government, on millions of workers fundamental rights and obligations, in their respective workplace. It is the script explaining all the legal laws made by the government for the benefit of the employees. It cov...
Author: Cecily
Employment Law

Employment Based Green Card

20th January 2011
Permanent Residents or Green Card holders are authorized to live and work permanently in the United States. United States offers green cards to people in various ways and one of them is the employment based Green Card. In general, this means that an indiv...
Author: Paul Anderson
Employment Law

The Importance of Breaks at Work

14th January 2011
It's important for employees to take regular breaks at work, for health and safety reasons. The employment agreement should specify the details of the worker's breaks. This can cover the length and frequency of breaks and whether they are paid or unpaid. ...
Author: 1million2012
Employment Law

Do not Ignore Employment Laws

20th December 2010
Recently, it's being more important that the employer should be aware of their duties in the middle of a minefield of employment law. Employer may not be aware of the expensive time, resources and reputation. Not only that, but the employment tribunal cas...
Author: raykersten@gmail.com
Employment Law

Enhancing Employee Engagement with The Power of TED* (*The Empowerment Dynamic)

16th November 2010
David Emerald co-authored this article with Donna Zajonc, Professional Executive Coach and Director of Coaching Services at The Power of TED*. Employee engagement which is at the heart of aligning performance and potential is shockingly low. Accor...
Author: David Emerald Womeldorff
Employment Law

A Compromise Agreement Can Cool Things Down

10th November 2010
So one of your employees is leaving and not on good terms. You're a bit worried that you might end up facing them at an Employment Tribunal, but then you hear about a possible amicable solution - a compromise agreement... A compromise agreement is one ...
Author: Tim Bishop
Employment Law

Employment Non-Discrimination Act: Will It Be Helpful or Not?

08th November 2010
The Employment Non-Discrimination Act or ENDA is one of the more controversial proposed bills in the United States today. Its goal is to protect employees from discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation. Some of the groups that a...
Author: LosAngelesLawyer
Employment Law

Hostile Workplace? 10 Signs You Work With an Abusive Bully, Boss Or Co-Worker

03rd November 2010
Did you know that experts estimate more than one in three U.S. workers have been mistreated severely enough at work that their health has been damaged? That's 54 million people! This is according to a 2007 Zogby International survey. Many employees pri...
Author: tonyinglazo
Employment Law

Antenatal care responsibilities for employers

03rd November 2010
If you run a small business or have a start up company the first time you are notified that an employee is pregnant can open up a minefield of employment law issues. Pregnancy and maternity leave have stringent guidelines set out by employment law in the ...
Author: nickcampbell
Employment Law

Fire health and safety

03rd November 2010
Although there are strict health and safety guidelines laid down by the government relating to fire safety there are still many small to medium sized businesses that may be unaware about the fundamental obligations they have to protect staff in this area....
Author: Dirk Rowell
Employment Law

Promotional Ballpoint Pens- The Most Cost Effective Mode to Promote your Businesses

29th October 2010
Significance of a brand image With the accentuating growth of brand new businesses in a multitude of different industries, a big responsibility is bestowed on the the owners and the top management to popularize their brand among the targeted customers....
Author: Article Manager
Employment Law

How to Enter the Trucking Industry through Truck Driving Jobs

29th October 2010
Truck driving jobs may sound simple but in reality, these jobs are serious jobs and it takes more than just driving skills in order to fulfill the roles effectively. Most jobs would require specific skills and a diploma from a university or college. It is...
Author: truckguy
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