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Contracts of Employment and Types of Employment Contract

26th March 2012
Employment contract is also called the employment document that regulates the employment relationship between employer and employee. It is the right of every citizen to get job without any discrimination on the basis of age, sex, and creed. Employment ag...
Author: Scotlawman

An Overview of Compromise Agreements

03rd October 2011
A Compromise agreement is a document which contains the terms governing the termination of an employment contract. In short, it defines the relationship after employment ends. It is the most cost effective and time saving of the three. The main purpose...
Author: Stone Joseph
Accident claims

About Work Accident

17th August 2011
Work accident is an accident happened because of working relationship, including diseases arising from employment relationship or accidents happened on the way to workplace. Work Accident is the risks that must be faced by workers in the workplace. Wor...
Author: rachel moss
Business Law

The prevention of work accident

04th August 2011
Work Accident is an unexpected accident causing losses of properties, body injuries, disabilities and even death. Work Accident is accidents occurred due to the employment relationship, (happen for a job or perform a job). The conception of work accid...
Author: rachel moss

Some Situations When An Employee Can Sue For A Workers Compensation Injury

13th January 2011
In most US states it is mandatory for any firm to setup individual workers compensation for its employees. Such reimbursements are sometimes also referred to as the "exclusive remedy" available to any injured employee since many workers compensation statu...
Author: Aliceshown

Employment Termination Ontario (Part 1)

04th January 2011
Employee Termination Agreement Please regard that this information here is not legal advice and is provided only for informational and educational purposes. If you are an employer or employee and need legal advice with respect to employee termination, ...
Author: kenneth gibbs
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

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

Employer Beware: You may be responsible for your employees’ endorsements and testimonials

31st March 2010
For the first time in nearly thirty years, the guidelines for the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising have been amended by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”). The new rules, which took effect on December 1, 2009, require that...
Author: Melody Kulesza

A Primer on Wrongful Termination

05th October 2009
Understanding the governing employment law is central to understanding wrongful termination. There are circumstances where employers can not fire his or her employees but termination is not at all times illegal. More often than not, people who are laid of...
Author: Charlie

Wrongful Dismissal Law in Canada

29th April 2009
"In wrongful dismissal cases, the wrong suffered by the employee is the breach by the employer of the implied contract term to give reasonable notice before terminating the contract of employment. Damages are awarded to place the employee in the same posi...
Author: Kevn Smith

Prevention of Wrongful Termination

30th November 2008
Nowadays, finding a good paying job can be tiresome due to the intense competition among individuals. Though finding one is hard, people will not stop until they succeed in their goals. At times, even if a person tried really hard in order to be employed,...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

How State Law Defines the Ideal Employee-Employer Relationship

21st July 2008
Conflict between workers and the employer is a commonplace issue in the workplace. Federal and state laws related to employment issues help maintain the balance of power in the workplace by defining the characteristics of an ideal employee-employer relati...
Author: Mesriani Law Group