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Sexual Propositions Loophole For Sexual Harassment

This article explains the “stick” v. “carrot” approach to sexual harassment quid pro quo laws. It discuses and defines the different types of quid pro quo sexual harassment that a victim can experience.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Employment Law

Want to know if you can change your employees’ contracts? Want to know what to do if you’ve been discriminated against at work? Want to know how to bring an employment tribunal case? Find out what you didn’t know about Employment Law.

Employment Law Solicitor – What to Look For When Choosing One

Being bullied in the workplace? Being discriminated against in the office? Want help rewriting your staff handbook? Find out how to choose the right Employee Law Solicitor for your needs.

10 Reasons Employers Need an Employment Law Solicitor

Worried about having to make staff redundant? Not sure your grievance policy is fair? Anxious that your employees contract hasn’t been updated in years? Find out how else an Employment Law Solicitor can help you.

End of Employment in Thailand and the Right to Severance Pay

Undue termination of employment is a worldwide epidemic. As all working people aim to achieve financial security, loss of a job for unfair reasons is demeaning whatever the cause may be.

Termination Claim – Do You Have a Wrongful Termination Claim?

The employee has certain rights within the working place that protects them from wrongful termination of a contract. These rights should be outlined clearly in the contract and fully adhered to by the employer. Wrongful termination of the contract therefore means that the employee has a full claim. However, the employee must first fully understand the clauses laid down in the contract. It is advisable that the employee gets a lawyer who understands the law of contractual agreements to explain the contract to them.

WorkSafeBC Claims

Over 170,000 people reported workplace injuries in British Columbia in 2007. That’s a lot of injuries. And a lot of claims with WorkSafeBC. What happens with all these claims? Many of these claims get denied. Some are just bad claims – they’re either fraudulent or exaggerated, or just not valid claims. Other workers who have good claims, on the other hand, get their claims denied because their case was badly submitted.

The Qualities Found in a Federal Employee Lawyer

Federal employees are the people that make the government work. They are the men and women on the ground or on the front lines of government service. While people in the elected positions and executive roles are often seen on TV representing the government, it is actually the federal workers who make it function.

Genetic Information Employment Discrimination – Law Protecting Genetic Information Takes Effect

Under GINA, it is an unlawful employment practice for an employer to fire, refuse to hire, or otherwise discriminate against an employee with respect to compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment based on the employee’s genetic information. Likewise, it is unlawful for employers to deny opportunities to employees or adversely affect their status by classifying them based on genetic information.

Avoid Employee Lawsuits – Pay Attention to These Four Things When Evaluating Your Employees

It’s getting close to review season again, have you given consideration to how well you conduct yourself in the process. Legislation, court cases and government mandates have made employee appraisals something you have to be especially sensitive to in your managerial role. They could wind up being used a s a key component in a former employees litigation. Here are Four tendencies that can get you in trouble.

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