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Workplace Policies and Procedures Can Streamline Your Human Resources Department

29th May 2010
A company's human resource department says a lot about how a company is managed. If employees feel as though your human resource department is in complete chaos, they will feel less secure, which can even affect productivity. One of the best ways to make ... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

We talk about Gossip and Rumors and Hearsay

15th September 2009
It is estimated that gossip and rumors within a company can cut productivity by as much as 50%. Of course this translates to lower profits and can negatively impact the company in the long-term. In addition, more employment laws and regulations are being ... Read >
Author: john

California Exemptions: Are you REALLY Exempt from Overtime Pay?

17th February 2009
One of the most common and often expensive mistakes an employer can make is to misclassify their employees as being exempt from overtime, if they are, in fact, non exempt employees by law. Exempt employees are often referred to as salaried employees and i... Read >
Author: Mansi Gupta

Misclassification of Workers - Independent contractor vs. Employee

01st December 2008
Independent Contractor versus Employee Misclassification could be costly by Brian P. McMahon, Esq. (Originally published in the Troff, Petzke & Ammeson Newsletter at www.tpalaw.com/Newsletter)   Recently the State of Michigan created the In... Read >
Author: Brian P. McMahon

Wrongful Termination, its concept, Grounds and Lawsuit

02nd October 2008
From among the varied areas of our Employment Laws, wrongful termination is, as always a constant issue that many employees face within the course of their employment. Despite all the safeguards and guarantees that the law has given the employee sector, m... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Tax Questions For Inland Revenue P46 Forms

09th September 2008
1. There can be a variety of reasons why a new employee does not have a P45 Whatever the reason if a new employee does not provide the new employer a P45 form on the day employment commences then the employer has a responsibility to submit the P46 form. ... Read >
Author: Terry Cartwright

What to Do if You are Wrongfully Accused of Harassment

07th May 2008
This question was answered by the brilliant Woodland Hills employment lawyers in this article. Various employment laws in the context of sexual harassment have provided sufficient standards in protecting employees against workplace harassment. Most... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group
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