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    Employment At Will Thesis

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    Employment at Will (EAW) is a long-standing employment policy in the United States. EAW is a simple belief that employers are able to employ and dismiss any employee, for any reason (except protected classes), at any time without cause. At the same time, an employee may quit at any time, for any reason or no reason at all. At the end of an employment term, however it came to be, the employer and employee get a “clean break”, that is neither owes the other any duty solely based on employment and they are both free to continue about their way free of the other. The morality of EAW has been debated throughout its history and has been influenced by employers, the public, the courts, and ethicists. For Werhane and Radin (Werhane), EAW allows a…

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    Employment-At-Will Doctrine: Employers in the modern corporate world are usually faced with numerous issues to address because of the changing nature of today’s business environment. These issues need to be addressed because of their impact on the relationship between employers and their employees. Some of the most common issues in employer-employee relationship include the use of social media in employment, personnel problems, insubordination, and probable invasion of privacy. One of the…

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    Precarious Employment

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    The historical inequalities and discrimination in work, has been illustrated in Canada`s contemporary system of employment. This paper will…

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    Employment At Will Thesis

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    Employment at Will (EAW) is a long-standing employment policy in the United States. EAW is a simple belief that employers are able to employ and dismiss any employee, for any reason (except protected classes), at any time without cause. At the same time, an employee may quit at any time, for any reason or no reason at all. At the end of an employment term, however it came to be, the employer and employee get a “clean break”, that is neither owes the other any duty solely based on employment and…

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    Employment Mediation

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    Labor disputes can be a very tough procedure and the easier way to settle the problem is through mediation. Employment mediation is a method use to settle disputes between employer and employee in which both parties agree to include an impartial third party who will conduct the negotiations in order to attain a sensible settlement. A professional mediator job is to help participant in seeking an agreeable solution to an impending risky business condition. The mediator will aid the participants…

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    Employment Relations

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    current state of employment relations in InterContinental Hotels Group PLC Employment relation is the legal link that is present between the employees and InterContinental Hotels. As InterContinental Hotels is a hospitality company it is most likely dependant on its employees to carry out their most of important activities. InterContinental Hotels is one of the most influential multinational company that has their business not only in united kingdom but also in other countries which brings in…

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    Companies in most states hire employees under the "at-will" doctrine. This allows the organization to terminate or relieve any employee for whatever reasons the organization deems it necessary (http://humanresources.about.com/od/dictionarya/g/at_wll.htm.). In today's society, the majority of employees have a good understanding of "Employment at Will" doctrine. "Having a stable workforce made up of highly intelligent knowledge workers is critical for providing outstanding customer service"…

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    Employment Discrimination

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    I believe employment discrimination happened because I have evidence as it happened to me at my job now about a year ago. I know I was done wrong, I am and was angry, but mostly hurt and confused, violated and even fearful today afraid it will happen again as I just received another job to begin when school starts. A job posting became available that I was interested in at my work force. I had experience for this job from a previous position that I was rifted from about five years ago. Because…

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    “Employment-at-Will is a a doctrine in which both the employee and the employer can terminate the relationship at time and for any legally permissible reason, or for no reason at all” (Cihon, 2014). Exceptions to employment-at-will includes whistleblowers, public policy exception and implied employment contracts. A whistleblower is an employee who reports his/her employer’s illegal activities to the appropriate governmental entity or, under some state statutes, to the board of directors or…

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    the “Certification” page the applicate only reads the first two or three sentences that reads as follows: “I certify that the information provided on this application is truthful and accurate. I understand that providing false or misleading information will be the basis for rejection of my application, or if employment commences, immediate termination.” Once the applicate reads this they in most cases go straight to the bottom of the page to provide their signature and either click submit or…

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