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Business Law

Do employers need to teach staff about health and safety?

19th October 2011
The Health and Safety Executive in the United Kingdom recently recorded over 200 people every year are killed whilst executing their working duties. More than 2 million suffer illness, injury or disease which is a cause or aggravated by their working cond...
Author: BeckyJennings
Immigration Law

Two Rs of a Permanent Resident Rights & Responsibilities

28th September 2011
Aspiring to become a permanent resident of the US is a common issue as millions of people have been enthralled by the prospect of living and working in the US. Better lifestyle, better working conditions and most importantly security for life all these ...
Author: Jessica Potter
Employment Law

Employment law update The Agency Workers Regulations

22nd June 2011
The second category confers rights on employees who have spent 12 weeks in the same job. These workers will be entitled to equal treatment entitlements relating to pay and other basic working conditions, such as annual leave and rest breaks. Pregnant agen...
Author: KateRussell
No Win No Fee

The two main types of injury claims that are relevant to injurys in the place of work

17th June 2011
One of the more advertised and publicised sorts of injury or accident is the variety that occurs in work or during working hours. This type of injury or accident is typically caused by the fault of an firm, worker or an inability to keep to the health and...
Author: anton
No Win No Fee

The two main types of injury claims that are relevant to accidents in the place of employment

16th June 2011
One of the most marketed and publicised sorts of injury or accident is the variety that happens in work or during working hours. This sort of injury or accident is normally caused by the fault of an employer, worker or an inability to keep to the health a...
Author: anton
Business Law

Fair Trade Coffee Standards

25th May 2011
Fair trade coffee is coffee that is purchased directly from the growers of coffee for a higher price than normal coffee. Fair trade coffee is one of the products available around the world. The purpose of fair trade is to promote better working conditions...
Author: Samantha Dale
Law

Gaining Justice with Employment Solicitors

10th January 2011
Gaining Justice with Employment Solicitors All workers in the UK, irrespective of the industry in which they are employed, are legally entitled to certain standards in the workplace. As well as the more obvious things such as adequate health and safety...
Author: Employment
Legal

All About the EB2 NIW and the Needs

05th January 2011
The National Interest Waiver is a petition in the subcategory of EB2. It is an employment primarily based petition, which gives aliens an everlasting residence. However, the applicant ought to have an advanced degree and posse's exceptional abilities in t...
Author: jackray11
Immigration Law

Ways to Obtain H1 B Renewal

24th September 2010
The H1-B is a non immigrant visa offered for foreign persons, which often allows these individuals to be able to work on Usa in selected profession jobs. The general process for filing an application to get the H1 B visa include things like The part...
Author: h1bextension
Accident claims

Accident Claims Helpline - Repetitive Strain Injury

14th September 2010
Repetitive strain injury (RSI) can occur in a few different forms, the most common injuries are known as tendonitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Vibration White Finger (VWF), although VWF can have different side effects due to the unique working conditions...
Author: Accident Claims Helpline
Legal

Constructive Dismissal - A Simple Guide

06th May 2010
Constructive dismissal is a complicated area, and many people are not entirely sure what it means. If your employer has acted in such a way that you feel you simply have to leave your current employment, this may mean you have a claim for constructive dis...
Author: Tim Bishop
Employment Law

Components and Other Parts of a Worker's Compensation Law

31st March 2010
Workers can always use some security in their employment and so having a compensation law applied in the workplace will do well. Workers need the security of having someone or something they can turn to for help especially with medically related situation...
Author: Pamela Emerson
Employment Law

Termination of employments by mutual consent according to Dutch law

22nd March 2010
Since the change of the unemployment insurance act in 2006, Dutch employment contracts can be terminated by mutual consent without loss of benefits. However, there are some conditions the termination contract needs to meet. Only under certain circumstance...
Author: carol
Legal

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
Legal

How the Law Deals about Different Types of Termination

21st August 2008
Termination of employment is the end of the employee's duration with the employers. This may be caused by the decision of the employer, of the employee or a mutual decision by both the employer and the employee. Termination can be voluntary or involunt...
Author: Mesriani Law Group