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  • Binding Arbitration Clause In An Employment Contract
    602 words
    First off, I do not think that binding arbitration clauses should ever restrict the arbitration to only one group of people (ex. Home builders association). If there ever is a situation in which a binding arbitration clause is acceptable, there should at least be a choice of who the arbitration is and the choices should be neutral parties (ex. In the BP credit card bill stuffer, it gave the option of the American Arbitration Association, JAMS, and the National Arbitration Forum). I do not think ...
  • Employee For An Employer
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    As the public relations manger I have been asked to outline issues with regards to the working conditions within this firm. I have had concerns about a variety of areas and I wish to address you all on them. As new employees you are required to do the same job as others in the same position for the same amount of money. Because you are new does not mean you should be paid any less than some one who has been working there the longer than you. An award is a document that sets out the rights and re...
  • Employee In Violation Of An Implied Employment
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    Introduction The doctrine of employment-at-will emerged in the nineteenth century in the United States in a climate of unbridled, laissez-faire expansionism, social Darwinism, and rugged individualism. It is often referred to as Wood's Rule, named after Horace C. Wood, who articulated the doctrine in an 1877 treatise Master and Servant. No doubt the title of the treatise says all that need be said regarding Wood's view of employment relations and, unfortunately, the view shared by most of his le...
  • Suitable Alternative Employment To His Redundant Employee
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    In order to claim a redundancy payment an employee must first establish that he has been dismissed and second that the dismissal is for reasons of redundancy. This will encompass all aspects of the decision, therefore it brings in contractual issues in relation to the dismissal as well as in relation to the definition of redundancy. In Saunders vs. Earnest A Neale Ltd (1974) the employees conducted a work to rule and eventually the factory closed down. It was held that the dismissals were not fo...
  • Markham's Employment Contract With Donadio And Connolly
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    A Contract is a legally enforceable agreement provided the following elements are present: 1. Purpose 2. Agreement 3. Legal Capacity 4. Act (Promise to Perform) 5. Consideration 6. Execution in proper form The employment contract signed by Donadio and Connolly contained the following clauses to which they agreed when they voluntarily signed the contract. o "Subject Invention" is any invention, improvement or discovery of the Employee and which arises out of business activities at Markham. "Propr...
  • Views The Positive And Poor Psychological Contract
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    INTRODUCTION The topic of psychological contracts between employees and organizations has received renewed attention over the past 10 years. While the earliest work on this topic defined psychological contracts as the shared perceptions between employees and employers regarding what each party owed the other in the employment relationship (cf., Argy ris; K otter and Schein), more recent work has defined the psychological contract as an individual's perception of what he / she owes the employer a...

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