Employment Law, help me I have to write employee hand book for class can any one exlpain this question to me?

How would your responses to the forgoing components differ if this were a public sector employer?Thank You for all of your help

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2 Responses to “Employment Law, help me I have to write employee hand book for class can any one exlpain this question to me?”

  1. Foxes Says:

    Definitely WOULD differ in some respects.

    Public sector employees have a couple of different rules.

    One deals with the presumption of privacy. Public employees have "less rights" to privacy. Like locker search. etc. This is due to public funds being used and need to protect public.

    Public sector may be able to express opinions…more than private sector. As a private sector employee if you say or do something even off the job that makes the company look bad…or even express an opinion they do not like. you can be fired. You have little rights as a private employee.

    Public sector might not be able to strike.

    Public sector might have residency requirements. "You must retain "X" residency to remain employed".

    Legislation may determine many aspects of the public sector position, pay and work rules.

    But you really need to read your text book.

  2. mlbjock_58 Says:

    the responses are not knowable without some text however a wild guess would be that private employers aren’t always equal oportunity employers