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Commercial Law

What Needs to be Done with High Unemployment Rates?

26th March 2012
In the current dire economic situation, it was always inevitable that unemployment would rise but the extent to which it has done so is quite worrying, with the figures now reaching a 17-year high. The Office for National Statistics has reported that the ...
Author: Denver
Employment Law

Significance of Right to Work law

13th May 2010
The Right to Work law provides employees with the option to join or not join a union. Employees who are employed in airlines, railways, and federal enclaves are not entitled to such option. The Right to work law also gives the employees the choice to fina...
Author: Mesriani Law Group
Personal Injury

Workplace health and safety should not be taken lightly: Unions criticise David Cameron

21st April 2010
Health and safety risk assessment in the work place is "essential" to protect the welfare of Britain's employees and prevent employers having to defend personal injury claims due to accidents in work, the Trade Unions Congress (TUC) has warned. The TUC...
Author: hitsearch

Introduction to Employee Compensation Law

05th March 2010
Any person can greatly benefit with regard to a compensation law if this concept is present in their place of employment. Workers need the security of having someone or something they can turn to for help especially with medically related situations so th...
Author: Scott Thompson