May 18, 2013

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Sierra Leone Has No Labour Laws
Patriotic Vanguard
Some of the mine workers were shot dead in broad day light just because they tried to exercise their basic employment rights. The cruel and pernicious act was a clear contravention of international labour laws and the Universal Declaration of Human ...
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Employee Shareholders: It's Happening, but What Does it Mean?
The National Law Review
Broadly speaking, these provisions amend the Employment Rights Act 1996 (the ERA) to allow employees to give up some of their employment rights in exchange for shares in their employer company. However, in the absence of any additional guidance, the ...
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Minn. Law Forbids Would-Be Employers to Ask About Criminal History
Afro American
Mark Dayton signed the statute on May 13, making Minnesota the third state in the nation to "ban the box" on public and private employment forms asking about an applicant's past criminal history. According to the National Employment Law Project, ...
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Labour law
The Lawyer
Dacheng has a profound appreciation of the importance of labour law issues to its clients and attaches high importance to the quality of its services in this area. 16 May 2013. The firm's lawyers have considerable experience assisting clients in ...
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Law for Laymen
Connecticut Law Tribune
Betsy Hames isn't a lawyer, but the law permeates nearly every aspect of her job overseeing employee relations in Emory University's human resources department. "We're dealing with labor law, employment discrimination and all these other legal things ...
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Ryanair defends employment terms against pilot complaints
Irish Examiner
Ryanair has said its pilots enjoy the best security of employment of any in Europe and added it complied fully with Irish company and employment law. An update on dealings with management, published by the Pilot Group this month, said: "Nothing is ...
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Court: It's up to employee to connect dots between alleged bias and protected ...
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law on May 18, 2013 9:00am in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. Life can be unfair, but employers don't have to guarantee a perfect, harmonious workplace. The fact that a worker may endure ...
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Migrant, domestic workers need legislative support: PM
Business Standard
However, he stayed clear of the conference's agenda, which included a demand to recognise as "workers" those hired for central social sector schemes, a proposal to implement a single labour law for small and medium industries, and skill development.
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Name-calling may be just the tip of the iceberg: Take fast action to stop ...
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law on May 17, 2013 4:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Firing,Human Resources. If you are receiving reports that a manager or supervisor is engaging in name-calling, look beyond the obvious problem.
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Doctor loses legal fight over abortion policy
The human rights commission handed the complaint to Labour and Employment Board. The board said the doctor couldn't bring a complaint on behalf of her patients but thought there was merit in having a board of inquiry in accessibility of getting an ...
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UPA does a flip-flop, bats for labour unions
"For example, demands for concrete measures for containing inflation, for generation of employment opportunities, for strict implementation of labour laws are unexceptionable. There can, however, be differences on the best ways of fulfilling these ...
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Labour leaders under intelligence watch
A top official of police headquarters requesting anonymity said the law enforcement agencies have increased vigilance on the order of the home ministry at the request of the labour and employment ministry. The list of the leaders under watch includes ...
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Right to work, pension hears dissent by ministries
Business Standard (blog)
A law assuring the right to work would mean a citizen unable to find employment would be eligible for unemployment allowance from the state, Saji Narayanan Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh president, who chaired the social security and pension committee of the ...
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Orleans employees sue Boyd Gaming for unpaid overtime
KTNV Las Vegas
According to the complaint, filed by employment attorney Andrew Rempfer of Cogburn Law Offices, the situation at the Orleans, "is part of a company-wide practice to deter overtime and thus decrease employees' compensation throughout the United States." ...
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Union to stop taking fees from 6 members in right to work flap
Indianapolis Star
The foundation, and other advocates of the law, say it's unfair to force employees to contribute money to a union as a condition of employment. Unions and their supporters say the law will force unions to represent workers who aren't paying their fair ...
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John Gates – Legal Services: Attorney | Judge – Stanford Who's Who Certified
Watch List News (press release)
Driven by a team of highly trained attorneys, Baty, Holm, Numrich, & Otto specializes in the areas of catastrophic personal injuries, professional liability, construction defect, employment law, bad faith, business law, and workers' compensation. Use ...
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Geibel names 2013's top students
In her 30-year career, she presented more than 4,000 seminars regarding Risk Management, Nursing Law, Medical Malpractice, Employment Law, Hospital Law and Corporate Liability. Earlier in her career, she worked as a staff nurse and instructor at ...
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Lebanese agencies trafficking migrant domestic workers into Syria
The Daily Star
Ideally, advocates say they would like to see the Lebanese labor law amended to include migrant domestic workers. In the meantime, the ILO and partner groups are pushing piecemeal legislation to address the specific, pressing concerns. Two pieces of ...
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APNewsBreak: Vermont's largest hospital to delay implementing aid-in-dying law
The Republic
Using the procedures outlined in the law is voluntary for hospitals and for physicians, and the law bars hospitals from requiring that employees be willing to use it as a condition of employment. That's why at Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington ...
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Why SB 192 is Not Such a Good Idea
The Nevada View
... SB 192 (Preservation of Religious Freedom Act) attempts to increase the protection of religious freedom beyond what even conservative judges like Justice Scalia have interpreted the 1st Amendment free exercise clause to mean (See Employment ...
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SPC sued by woman turned down for provost job
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission saw Law's actions differently. The commission ruled in January that Law was retaliating against Davis, the academic dean at Lawson State Community College in Alabama, for speaking out about possible ...
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Proposed bill would allow for some to expunge criminal records
WNEM Saginaw
Often, misdemeanor convictions can keep a job-seeking person from obtaining employment, and students can be denied financial aid or housing. According to a National Employment Law Project study completed in 2011, 1 in 4 Americans, or 65 million ...
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Open casting call in Austin, TX for feature film 'Sweet Cheeks' lead roles
Child Labor Laws in Texas • Summary of the Texas Child Labor Law • Texas Child Labor Law FAQ • Texas Limitations on Employment of Child Actors • Texas Application for Child Actor - Performer Authorization • Texas Application Exceptions for Child Extras ...
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Momentum Continues to Build for Narrowing ENDA's Religious Exemption
Huffington Post (blog)
The momentum behind efforts to narrow the current sweeping, unprecedented religious exemption in the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) -- efforts strongly supported by the ACLU -- continues to build. As it stands, ENDA's religious exemption ...
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What Does the Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Act Mean for Employers?
The National Law Review
Similar to the outcome with respect to pre-employment drug testing, courts that have faced the issue of whether an employer may terminate a current employee who tests positive for marijuana have upheld the employer's right to do so. A federal law, the ...
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Prolific ADA Plaintiff Faces Nemesis in Harassment Suit -
The plaintiffs' original attorney in the case was Jordan Peters, a CSU-Sacramento professor and Roseville employment law solo. Peters filed the 32-page complaint seeking unspecified damages in Sacramento County Superior Court on Aug. 17, 2012.
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Police employee sentenced following corruption investigation
Cayman 27
She has been on required leave since September 2011. Steps are now being taken, in line with agreed Public Service Management Law policies, to terminate her employment with the RCIPS. She will remain on required leave until this process is completed.
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Blogs1 new result for Employment Law
Janitors Claim Language Gap Is Discrimination - Law and Daily Life
By Kelly Cheung
Discrimination based on an employee's national origin is prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. For example, it is discriminatory for a business to require English of their employees at all times including rest breaks; a complete ...
Law and Daily Life

Web7 new results for Employment Law
Angelina Jolie and Employment Law - LexisNexis
Read commentary in the field of labor & employment law.
Employment Law Advisory for May 16, 2013: As Summer ... - JD Supra
Internships have long been a popular way for college students to gain valuable on-the-job experience and exposure to a particular employer or industry.
WHO – ELLINT's members are specialist employment law firms ...
ELLINT is an international network of law firms specialising in employment and ... Her articles on specialized employment law matters are regularly published in ...
EEOC Issues Revised Publications on the Employment Rights of ...
WASHINGTON --The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today issued four revised documents on protection against disability ...
Employment law update scheduled for June 6 | Alexandria Echo ...
The 10th annual West Central Minnesota Employment Law Update will be presented at Alexandria Technical and Community College in Alexandria on ...
Employment Law - David A. Kotzian
The Farmington Hills, Michigan law office of David A. Kotzian PLLC represents clients dealing with employment law issues throughout the Tri-City area. Call at ...
California Employment Law Notes | Publications | Proskauer
California Employment Law Notes. Newsletter. May 2013. Asian Employee's Claim Of Discrimination By Supervisor Of Arab Ancestry Was Properly Rejected ...

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