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Good Employees: Itís Cheaper to Retain than to Gain

14th February 2012
Finding an employee who works hard for your company, is loyal and fully understands your business, is difficult. When you lose an employee, you have to start again from scratch with someone new. It can be disheartening and worrying; will they fit in? Will... Read >
Author: TobiB

10 Most Common Legal Issues That Should Involve a Business Lawyer

07th April 2011
If you have a small business or are planning to start one, then building a relationship with a small business attorney can be one of the best things you can do. Not only will a lawyer guide you into setting up your small business correctly, but will help ... Read >
Author: Andi Beark

Employment Contracts - Indian Perspective

14th May 2010
Definition: A contract of employment is a bilateral agreement for the exchange of service and remuneration over a period of time. Employment contract is that form of contract for personal service which the courts recognize as expressing the social relati... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

Contracts Examples Are Always Seen In Your Everyday Life

02nd March 2010
Contract examples can be found online or in documentation in public libraries. You can use a contract example to base your contract on. Contracts are legal binding agreements that are enforceable in courts of law. Contracts are exchanges of promises a... Read >
Author: John Petersons

TUPE Compromise Agreements

22nd December 2009
In this article we look at how compromise agreements could come into play in relation to TUPE transfers.Under TUPE, an employer will have a number of obligations to its employees. When considering a TUPE business transfer, an employer will need to give co... Read >
Author: Clayton Ayers

Advantages and Disadvantages of Employment Arbitration

21st September 2009
Employment arbitration is a clause usually included in most employment contracts as the preferred method of resolving disputes. This is in accordance with the Federal Arbitration Act which provides judicial facilitation of employment disputes. Howev... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

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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