Archive for the ‘employment law’ Category

Interior Designers of washrooms in workplaces have some legal requirements to abide by

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

Most workplace facilities are governed by rigorous health and safety legislation, everyone is familiar with personal workspace in the office; computer height etc and washrooms and toilet facilities are no different and over the last few years have become incredibly strict. This is why you need to look for a good interior designer to help […]

Employment Law States That Employees Have an Obligation to their Employer

Monday, April 29th, 2013

With so much litigation from employees suing their employers for vast sums of money employees might be misled into thinking that they have few obligations to fulfill in the workplace. The fact is that employees do have a duty to their employers to abide by certain rules laid down by the various statutes and precedents set in […]

Can an Employer Withhold your Salary?

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

When it comes to the payment of salaries to employees there is often still a sense of master and slave regularly experienced by employees during the Victorian era. During this period an employer would frequently withhold an employee’s wages and in some cases never pay them at all. Whilst cases like this are few and […]

Employment Law for Religious Institutions

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you Employment law has come a long way since the 1970s, and the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission has ensured that almost every American receives the equal and fair treatment from their current and potential employers. […]

How much disciplinary investigation is necessary (UK Employment Law)

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you When considering whether to dismissal for misconduct, a question that often comes up is how much investigation should the employer carry out first? It’s commonly known that under the ‘Burchell’ test:   the employer […]

Employment Law – Termination – Involuntary And Without Cause

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you You have been terminated! – involuntarily and without cause. A former employee often is presented with a severance agreement in exchange for securing certain post-employment benefits. It is important to consider how a severance […]

UK Employment Law

Monday, October 24th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you Like virtually every country, the UK has a set certain rules and regulations for employing people. These rules are almost similar for British and foreign citizens, except for certain rules that take care of […]

Employment Law: Dismissals For Incapability

Friday, October 21st, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you Incapability Dismissals Contrary to popular belief ‘ill health’ is a potentially fair reason for dismissal since it relates to the employee’s capability to perform the work that they were employed to do. However, in […]