12 legal references
... You are hereby given notice of redundancy from your position as cleaner in Lillevik Renhold
A/S, with a leaving date of 1 March 2014.
If you wish to claim that this notice of redundancy does not have an objectivity basis, you are
entitled to request negotiations pursuant to the provisions of the Wor ...
Practical and Real World Steps A Franchisor Can Take To Provide
... hook for double the amount of wages a franchisee failed to pay during a two year period; which
can increase to three years for willful violations.32 Under some state laws, plaintiffs may recover
triple damages in actions for unpaid wages. 33
In actions and proceedings under the National Labor Relati ...
Industrial Relations (Restoring Fairness)
... the financial position and fiscal strategy of the State, public sector entity or relevant employer
be part of public interest considerations when determining wages and employment conditions
by arbitration. The former Government also amended the IR Act to broaden the circumstances
in which any party ...
Collective Bargaining Agreement Axis Minnesota SEIU Healthcare
... B. All employees covered by this Agreement, including temporary employees, who are
now or may hereafter become members of the Union, shall during the life of this
Agreement or any renewal thereof, remain members of the Union in good standing
as a condition of employment, except as p ...
effectuating the labor contract through arbitration
... would not appraise the union as beneficial. Neither an effective
union to pursue group objectives nor a competitive business
enterprise to provide steady employment would be built up.
In addition, whether or not the discharge of the particular
employee was necessary for efficient plant operation (in ...
keys to injury management
... Modified work programs are a win-win for employees
· Improve healing and recovery timelines
· Preserve employee’s income
· Reduce concerns of employment security
· Maintain workplace relationships
· Decrease the risk of negative long-term health effects
Not only ha ...
WUB10 - Labour Relations Board
... Section 1, Step Four, and in the event of failure to reach a satisfactory settlement it shall be
dealt with by arbitration as set forth in Article XXIV, Section 1
redundancy in schools: an overview of legal
... Care should be taken to ensure that decisions are not communicated to
staff piecemeal. Staff should be asked at the outset how they would wish
to have their nomination for redundancy communicated to them. For
example, either in person or in writing, at school or at their home
address. Anxiety is dif ...
Bonuses and Employment Law: A Practical
... If an employer does wish to offer to an employee the opportunity to earn a bonus this
should be expressed in the employment contract. The vital issue is just how it should
be drafted. Sections 2 and 3 of this paper outline how they might be drafted; what
they do not do is to explain what legal rules ...
356 NLRB No. 28 Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Inc. and Kansas
... and 2008-2009, the Employer conducted one musical production in which it hired musicians. In the current 2009-2010 season, the Employer has conducted two such musical shows. Into
the Woods ran from September 11 through October 14, 2009. A
Christmas Story, the Musical (hereafter referred to as Christ ...
002 New appointment and position movements
... Secondment Internal (to the University) - The employee holds a substantive position within UniSA however has temporarily transferred to
another position within UniSA.
Redeployment - The employee will receive a salary at their substantive level.
The Employer-Employee Relationship: Definitions and Distinctions
... before turning to the statutes, ask the students what other information is necessary to
reach a conclusion regarding the number of employees employed by this employer. I
would argue that secretaries would generally be considered employees because they
generally have little control over how they perf ...
... 1. I (the undersigned) acknowledge and agree that there is no relationship of Employer-Employee with TROUBLESHOOTERS
AVAILABLE and that TROUBLESHOOTERS AVAILABLE does not guarantee me any work. I (the undersigned) am self-employed
and, as such, I am not bound to accept any work through TROUBLESHOOTE ...
Employer - Boalt.org
... footnote in Gilmer.
In Waffle-House, Court held that even though employee can be bound to arbitrate, agency
still free to pursue damages. *But rarely do.
Fee splitting: may strike arbitration agreement where share costs and Title VII provides for
attorneys’ fees for prevailing party (57).
... shop. I believe, as this Court has recognized, that "the desire of employees
to unionize is directly proportional to the advantages thought to be obtained. .. .. -. 9
On this premise, Mr. Justice Clark suggested that the natural effect of the
hiring hall agreement was to unlawfully encourage union m ...
Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
... • Union Activities During Organizing
– Unions can picket the company, subject to three
• It must file a petition for an election within 30 days
after the start of picketing.
• The firm cannot already be lawfully recognizing another
• There cannot have been a valid NLRB election d ...
Prop 206 Summary
... Beginning in 2021, the state minimum wage is to increase each year by the cost of living
consistent with existing minimum wage law. Employers are still permitted to pay employees
who receive tips up to $3.00 per hour less than the minimum wage.
2. Earned sick time benefit:
Employers are now required ...
Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing
... A laboratory that has conducted a test on a sample may tell the employer only whether the
sample contains evidence of drugs or alcohol. It is not permitted to disclose other information
learned during testing.
The statute provides that test result reports, as well as other information gathered durin ...
... concert with peace officers. Authorizes the public employer to recognize an association
that submits a petition signed by a majority of the paid peace officers of the authority,
excluding the head of the department and assistant department heads in the rank or
classification immediately below that ...
... Spanish, and any other language that is appropriate.
This notice must be placed in the employer’s personnel
office (if any) and in a prominent place where employees
can see it regularly. The notice must be in the wording and
format adopted by the TDI-DWC (Notice 5). To obtain
Notice 5, visit the TDI ...
Labour and Employment Law: A Profile on
... Section 3 of IRA 2008 says that both the workers and employers have the right to join
and establish organizations of their own choosing, join and establish federations and
join international association without previous authorization.
Collective Bargaining: Legislation, Issues, and Process
... team. Opinions vary widely on who should conduct management negotiations. In small
school districts, the superintendent or a board member often conducts negotiations with
the teachers’ union. Experts advise against this practice, however (DeMitchell, 2011). In
large districts, a full-time administra ...
Employee Free Choice Act
The Employee Free Choice Act was a legislative bill that was introduced into both chambers of the U.S. Congress on March 10, 2009. The bill's purpose was toThe act would have, first, allowed a union to be certified as the official union to bargain with an employer if union officials collect signatures of a majority of workers. The bill would have removed the present right of the employer to demand an additional, separate ballot when more than half of employees have already given their signature supporting the union. Second, the bill would have required employers and unions to enter binding arbitration to produce a collective agreement at least 120 days after a union is recognized. Third, the bill would have increased penalties on employers who discriminate against workers for union involvement.