5 edition of Employment Law for Business Students found in the catalog.
November 30, 2007 by Longman Pub Group .
Written in English
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It's a really good HR reference for the general manager, and will help keep you out of legal and employee relations trouble--lots of great case studies too, very easy to read! We analyzed legislation and legal precedents that guide employers' actions and decisions and affect their relationships with their employees. Constitutional provisions and state laws are included where appropriate. Internships Greg Stier's story is a familiar one. I like the self-test questions as a comprehension check for students. Mallor, A.
It is up to you, the employer, to understand the legal ramifications of hiring an independent contractor and what tax burden you bear. The risk, however, is if they "become" employees based on how you deal with them. All in the Family Keeping employees on the same page is not an easy task. An example could be an attorney or an accountant.
There are some university-based family business programs designed to help firms cope with family business issues. Health and safety at work The book is valuable as a guide in its current form for those working in human resources as well as corporate attorneys. In addition, it would be easy to just cover particular sections and cases, especially with the table of contents navigation in the online version of the text. Employment laws are both at the federal and state levels and every business owner is responsible for them. This clearly written book focuses on contemporary labor relations law.
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Never studied law before? However, today's employers are regulated by a myriad federal and state laws when it comes to handling employees. Redundancy and the transfer of undertakings 8.
Then Employment Law for Business Students is the ideal companion to support you in your study. Grammatical Errors I did not notice any grammatical errors in the text. In fact, universities were often places entrepreneurs dropped out of to start businesses.
Past issues have featured articles by leading scholars and practitioners on a range of international and comparative law topics, including human rights, constitutional law, criminal law, international trade, labor and employment, corporate governance, climate change, and intellectual property.
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No other text on this market can claim the prestige of authorship and timely coverage of topics so important to students in their business careers. It's a really good HR reference for the general manager, and will help keep you out of legal and employee relations trouble--lots of great case studies too, very easy to read!
Written years after the beginning of Employment Law for Business Students book Civil War, is a fascinating, riveting description of the year the war started. For an employee: You must pay your portion of that worker's Employment Law for Business Students book Security and Medicare taxes.
Worker's Compensation. An employer seeks competent and dependable help in order to grow a business. This course will discuss all the necessary information you need to know about employees and independent consultants, what benefits you are responsible for, taxes, discrimination issues, unionization, and workplace safety.
In addition, labor law topics are updated to include coverage of protection for contingent workers, the legality of employee involvement EI programs, and more.
Jarndyce, an estate case that drags from generation to generation until the money runs out. Each chapter explicitly considers the implications of the law for human resource practices. The laws regarding employing people to work for you or your organization are constantly changing.
In addition, this new edition extensively uses scholarship drawn from the work of critical race theorists and feminist legal scholars.
Personal prejudices have no place in business. Discrimination in employment 3. Unions, employment discrimination, and civil rights as applied to the commerce clause are all discussed in the text.Understand the theory and practical application of UK employment law without the need for any prior legal knowledge.
Written specifically for HR and Business students, Introduction to Employment Law is a clear and accessible guide to employment law and how it applies in practice.
Covering everything from employment tribunals and discrimination to redundancy and termination of employment, this Author: Kathy Daniels. PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS LAW The Association of Business Executives 13 Employment Law 1: The Contract of Employment Acquire an understanding of the principles of Common Law system within the students’ own legal system and how it affects their business life.
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