Employee Contract

  • Sustainable employment: crafting better employment contracts (AdvocateDaily.com)

    … Sustainable employment: crafting better employee contracts AdvocateDaily.com (by Kathy Rumleski, Contributor) Richard Johnson shares why it might be difficult to talk about the end of a working relationship before a new hire has even signed a contract, but it’s a necessary discussion. Read the full article here. The post Sustainable employment: crafting better employment contracts (AdvocateDaily.com) appeared first on . …

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  • Implied Terms in Employment Contracts: Part 2 (Employers)

    … Earlier this month, I blogged about certain implied contractual terms that govern employees’ conduct. (You’ll remember that an implied term is one that is not written down anywhere or explicitly agreed to by employer and employee, but still has the same legal force as does an express term.) In today’s post, I continue my focus on implied terms…

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  • Implied Terms in Employment Contracts: Part 1

    … By Geoff Mason. Employment contracts come in all shapes and sizes. They vary in terms of detail, style and substance. There’s one thing they all have in common, however. Every employment agreement is FULL of implied terms. An “implied term” is best understood when compared with an “express term”, which is a contractual term that two parties…

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  • Workplace Discrimination: A Question of Power and Authority

    … term or condition of employment because of the race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, political belief, religion, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or age of that person or because that person has been convicted of a criminal or summary conviction offence…

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  • Employer Forum Recap: Recruitment and Hiring

    … an employer’s conduct shows an intention to no longer be bound by the existing employment contract – that is, by changing its terms. When this happens, the employee has two choices: she can either accept the employer’s actions, or she can treat the actions as a rejection of the contract and sue her employer for wrongful dismissal. Since the employee…

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  • Flex hours: making it work for your business

    … If the number of articles published on Forbes.com alone is any indication, workplace flexibility is a hot topic for today’s employers. Researchers and pundits alike hail the benefits of flexible work arrangements, which include employee happiness, productivity, and engagement. In certain circumstances, such as where an employee faces health…

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