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Litigating departing employee cases

Litigating departing employee cases

successful strategies for employers and employees

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Published in Boston, MA :MCLE .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Employees -- Dismissal of -- Law and legislation -- Massachusetts.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLaurence H. Reece III, chair ... [et al.].
    ContributionsReece, Laurence H., Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. (1982- )
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 232 p. :
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16605681M
    LC Control Number94074456

    On J a jury in a federal case in Atlanta is scheduled to decide the damages in the nation’s first trial over illegal DNA testing of two employees by an employer, reports the New York the federal law at issue was created seven years ago to prevent employers from discriminating against employees whose DNA might reveal possible health conditions, this case is much more down. An employee handbook, sometimes also known as an employee manual, staff handbook, or company policy manual, is a book given to employees by an employer.. The employee handbook can be used to bring together employment and job-related information which employees need to know. It typically has three types of content: Cultural: A welcome statement, the company's mission or purpose, company .

    The U.S. Supreme Court started a new term Oct. 1 and immediately jumped into oral argument in an age-discrimination case. The high court will also hear arguments in an arbitration case later this. In Harmer v. Virginia Electric and Power Company, the employee had a pulmonary disability. When his employer denied his request that the entire workplace be declared smoke-free, the employee sued under the ADA. The court found that a reasonable accommodation would be the addition of fans, air purifiers, and smoke-free sections of the workplace.

    Terminate the employee. You should be able to terminate any at-will employees immediately and without cause (even though your investigation may give you cause). Notify the police. Do not notify the employee that you may call the police or press charges, this may be taken as a threat. Don't gab about the : Brett Snider, Esq. A guide to litigating issues under the Fourth Amendment at every stage of a criminal case, chapters cover such topics as litigating warrants, the Exclusionary Rule, and the major exemptions to the warrant requirement including the automobile exemption, border searches, and technological searches.


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