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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 for Employers - Equality Act 2010

18th October 2010
The Equality Act 2010 will come into force on 1st October 2010 and brings together a number of existing laws that aim to provide protection against discrimination in the workplace and beyond, such as the Sex Discrimination and Disability Discrimination Ac...
Author: NetWords
Employment Law

Employment Lawyers ensure employees’ rights protection

12th October 2010
Employment law protects employees from discrimination, harassment, and hostile work environment by moving a legal lawsuit against the employer. Employment law ensures that the rights of the employees are protected and they receive due compensation, ben...
Author: jlondon law
Employment Law

The great employment contract ripoff- Know your rights and don't get bullied

04th October 2010
There’s a sort of myth getting around the employment market that you can be forced into an employment contract or lose your job. This is apparently the result of the same culture which has created a situation whereby 70% of US employees who sue their emp...
Author: Robert Mclean
Employment Law

Do it right first time with employment law

13th September 2010
A good policy for businesses to follow is the 'do it right first time' policy. This approach applies to all levels of business not just to the products and services that a company sells. It should also relate to how staff are managed and the standard of p...
Author: Dirk Rowell
Employment Law

Employment Law – Appraisals and Authorised Leave

01st September 2010
The complexity of legislation can often result in many employers, who haven’t sought employment law advice, being taken to a Tribunal on “technicalities”. A HR advisor will help you to resolve even the most complex of issues, protecting you from the l...
Author: jennyhicks
Employment Law

Basics of Employment Law

31st August 2010
As an employer, it is important to understand employment law and procedure, to avoid a claim and having to use employment solicitors. Whether you are an employee or employer, the first step is to have an understanding of at least the basics of employm...
Author: paulsimmions
Employment Law

Accidents at work - are you entitled to compensation?

13th August 2010
Being injured in an accident at work can put you into very difficult situation. Part of you doesn't want to seem disloyal to your employer by seeking compensation, but equally you are justified in not wanting to be left out of pocket due to the expense ca...
Author: Rob.Berry-Smith
Employment Law

Finding a Housekeeping Jobs

04th August 2010
Nowadays, if you are looking for a job in housekeeping then it's not so easy. People look for experience staff for housekeeping jobs that can complete work fast and clean. Here are some tips which will help you in getting housekeeping jobs and it will inc...
Author: Ingress
Employment Law

An Introduction To Payroll Tax

20th July 2010
The Federal tax, Social Security Tax and Medicare Tax form a part of the Payroll Tax. This article will give a brief introduction on each of these tax heads that form the Payroll Tax. Federal Tax The Federal Tax is a portion of every individual's m...
Author: Gen Wright
Employment Law

Nevada Laws Concerning Employees That You Should Keep in Mind

19th July 2010
There are basic accounting laws governing payroll and there are also state laws that govern the process of paying out salaries to employees, and every other pertinent data with regards to their compensation. Different states have different laws, although ...
Author: amyshanks35
Employment Law

Do You Want Employment Drug Screening Information?

13th July 2010
Do you know the disadvantages of drug abuse? User's traits are different from normal behavior. This is the reason that companies request employment drug screening. It is important that drug screening must be implemented. This will protect the entire work ...
Author: Rudy Silva
Employment Law

Labor law poster: things to consider

13th July 2010
A labor law poster has all the basic information that any employee must know. It keeps the employee informed of the rights that every employee has and the steps that he can take if any of these rights are violated. It is very important that every employer...
Author: Cecily
Employment Law

Understanding the importance of an Employment Contract

12th July 2010
While there are specific terms and conditions between the employer and the employee, it is not always in the form of a written document. The existent clauses may not include specifications about benefits like holidays, leaves, and so on. In such cases, yo...
Author: johnson23
Employment Law

Termination Letter Template (Part 1): What is an Employee Termination Agreement

12th July 2010
Please note that the information provided herein is not legal advice and is provided for informational and educational purposes only. If you are an employer or employee and need legal advice with respect to employee termination, you should seek professio...
Author: Michael
Employment Law

Is the New Social Security Verification System "SSNVS" Making Life Easier for Employers

12th July 2010
The Social Security Administration recently (finally) created a database that employers can access to verify that the SSN number of an employee is accurate. Great news, right? Who needs pre-employment social security number verifications as part of the ba...
Author: Brad Jones
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