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Claim For An Accident Within The Workplace

A large majority of people injured from a serious accident within the workplace never seek a claim for compensation. Fear and guilt are two of the major factors.

Criminal Car Wash Complaint On Car Care Inc – Illegal Alien Worker Scheme Is All Washed Up!

Having formerly been in the car wash business prior to retirement, I was always amazed at the questionable behavior exercised with regards to the hiring of illegal aliens. In fact, it was so pervasive throughout the nation that, each new city we brought our franchisees too, we expected local car washes and car wash chains to use illegal alien car washers.

Employment Law – Unfair Dismissal – Complaints About an Employee’s Attitude – Written Warning

The case of Ranger v BIT Systems Ltd [2007], involved a determination on whether an employee’s dismissal fair or unfair. The employee was a salesman who worked for the employer, a small family company principally concerned with the sale of specialist electronic point-of-sale equipment. The employer was heavily reliant on a third party software company that referred a large amount of business to it.

Employment Law – Unfair Dismissal – Absence From Work

The case of Mainwaring v Corus UK Ltd [2007], concerned issues relating to the alleged unfair dismissal of an employee due to long periods of absence caused by the employees back problems. The employee had been employed as a crane driver for over 30 years. In 2002, he began to suffer from back problems which caused him to be absent from work for extended periods of time.

Employment Law – Vicarious Liability – Harassment – Depression

The case of Hammond v INTC Network Services Ltd [2007], concerned issues relating to vicarious liability where a claimant complained that the defendant’s conduct causing him to suffer clinical depression. The claimant in this case was employed by the defendant until he was eventually made redundant.

Employment Law- Transfer of Undertakings – TUPE – Employee Lack of Knowledge of New Employer

In the case of New ISG Ltd v Vernon and Others [2007] an employee did not know who his new employer was going to be after his existing employer was sold. According to Regulation 4(7) of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (“TUPE”): “(7) Paragraphs (1) and (2) shall not operate to transfer the contract of employment and the rights, powers, duties and liabilities under or in connection with it of an employee who informs the transferor or the transferee that he objects to becoming employed by the transferee”.

Employment Law – Shareholders – Employees or Third Party Contractors? – Contracts of Employment – IT

The case of Nesbitt and Another v Secretary of State for Trade and Industry [2007] involved joint shareholder claimants who had contracts of employment with their company. The claimants were husband and wife. In February 1985, the second claimant incorporated a company as the vehicle for a new business providing IT training services to businesses and public bodies. In March 1986, the first claimant joined her in the business. From that date onwards, the share capital of the company consisted of 1,000 issued shares, 529 of which were held by the second claimant, and 470 of which were held by the first claimant. One share was held by F, the second claimant’s mother.

Employment Law – Unfair Dismissal – Race Discrimination – Foreign Employer

A City banker launched a race discrimination claim against Dresdner Kleinwort (“DrK”). He alleged that he was treated less favourably whilst at work, and was eventually made redundant because he was neither German nor a German speaker.

Ohio Safety and Health Administration – Small Businesses

Ohio Safety& Health Administration’s (OSHA) goal is to prevent any avoidable injuries that could occur on the job. This includes changing and adding various regulations and policies that may have that has the potential to fix or reduces injuries at work.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

This article explores the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The governing laws, purpose, and agency statistics are also included.

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