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Breach of Employment Contract

27th June 2012
In the event that you believe that your employer has acted unfairly towards you or has made changes to your work or job without your agreement, then your employer could be legally liable for breach of contract. The employment law in the UK understands... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

Contracts of Employment and Types of Employment Contract

26th March 2012
Employment contract is also called the employment document that regulates the employment relationship between employer and employee. It is the right of every citizen to get job without any discrimination on the basis of age, sex, and creed. Employment ag... Read >
Author: Scotlawman

Advantages and Benefits of Co-sourcing

22nd March 2011
Co-sourcing is an alternative or a resistance to outsourcing. It gives you the ability to take on existing teams and is based on a partnership approach. You will be able to retain the existing skills of your department and in addition have the ability to ... Read >
Author: Ramy Stuart

A Primer on Wrongful Termination

05th October 2009
Understanding the governing employment law is central to understanding wrongful termination. There are circumstances where employers can not fire his or her employees but termination is not at all times illegal. More often than not, people who are laid of... Read >
Author: Charlie

Why you need a Code of Conduct at work

18th September 2008
Changes to employment law mean that businesses of all sizes - big and small - are going under increased scrutiny to do right by their employees and stay within the law. The importance of employment contracts is obvious, but you should also seriously c... Read >
Author: Adrienne Unkovich
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