Posts Tagged ‘employment contract’

I'm being offered a job and have been asked if I wanted to be 1099, W-2 or employment contract? Whats best?

Friday, October 15th, 2010

I am being offered a position and have been asked how I would prefer to be paid. They gave me the options of 1099 or W-2 and also an employment contract for a period of time. Not sure which would be best and what I should go for. Any ideas? Related Blogs Varieties of Time […]

My employment contract is expiring this month do I need to resign with notice?

Monday, October 11th, 2010

My employment contract is expiring this month do I need to resign with notice? Or I can leave immediately after it expires. thanks Related Blogs Temporary Employment Law | UTA Business Alumni County Outlines Employment Contract For New Administrator : Visa Info from Korean Embassy Website

What is the standard termination notice period for an employment contract in Australia?

Saturday, October 9th, 2010

I would like to knoe what is the standard termination notice period for an employment contract in Australia, in your view. I was under the impression that 2 weeks notice is pretty much the standard, but I just bumped into a contract with 4 weeks, which I find a bit long. Thanks in advace for […]

Do I forfeit pay if I signed an employment contract but quit my job without notice?

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

I live in Virginia. My employment contract is not for a designated period of time but part of it states that I have to give three weeks’ notice. There is nothing about the consequences of not giving notice. I am a salaried, management employee. If I leave without notice, can they withhold my last paycheck? […]

I Got an employment visa in UAE which shows a different profession that I've signed for.?

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

Hi, I got my employment visa in UAE which shows a different profession (Archives Clerk) but the one that I have applied and signed for, the one in my employment contract is Front Desk Concierge… are these both profession the same in hotel industry (which I may think not)?, and what should I do in […]

can emplyor change my benefit and employment condition?

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

my employer recently changed insurance contribution from 100% to 60%. now, i need to pay 40% every month. Also luch time has changed from 30 min to 1hour. since i am hourly paid employee, i end up losing 30 min pay every day. Also he will change from hourly pay to salary. Is it legal […]

If an employment contract requires 30 day notice, and I am offered severance in lieu, is contract valid?

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

If I signed an employment contract that said I would be given or give 30 days notice of separation, and was laid off with an hour notice, but offered severance in lieu of notice and did not take it, does that make terms of the contract invalid? Related Blogs Thai labour laws | Employment […]

Purchasing a Vehicle – With Only a Contract of Employment?

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

Please let me know if this situation lends itself at all to purchasing a new or used vehicle… I have horrible credit. However, I currently have accepted a position as a teacher within the state of West Virginia and have a copy of my employment contract which details my salary. What are the chances of […]

are employment contracts confidential?

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

i am wondering if i am allowed to show people my employment contract between myself and my employer. are these confidential documents? thanks Related Blogs Liu Yonghao VS Zhang Yin: confrontation without a fixed term labor contract | Investing blog and info Wikipedia to reveal more beautiful declasugg bootsSupra shoes_Mbt shoes | Supra shoes_Mbt shoes […]

Employment law after contract ends?

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

I have a clause in my employment contract that states I cannot work for a direct competitor company within 6 months of my departure. This seems unenforceable to me because once your employment ends, so does the employment contract and thus the clause contained within it. Is that correct? UK/English law. Related Blogs How to […]