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Trade union bill could challenge disputes among workers

Posted by on February 29, 2016 in Employee, Law, Trade union, Workers | Comments Off on Trade union bill could challenge disputes among workers

Trade union bill could challenge disputes among workers

Trade union laws that government proposed can cause a disagreement among employees and they would be forced to use some extreme tactics. Francis Maude and Vince Cable appointed Bruce Carr in 2013 so he could review British strike legislation. He stated that that trade union bill is seen as some type of exercise which was used to settle old scores. The union may be provoked to use different tactics, for example, to demonstrate outside of director’s house. He was set up to guide the review regarding strike legislation because David Cameron has...

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Employee or independent contractor – what are you?

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Employee or independent contractor – what are you?

Manufacturer of mayo, Hampton Creek, has become one in the line of the companies who were sued based on misclassification of workers. Company that is based in San Francisco has been accused of violating the FLSA or Fair Labor Standards Act and NYLL or New York Labor Law because it classified its workers as independent contractors, people who were in charged for in store activities. To understand better this mater: if you are hired as an employee you have a right for all hours to be paid, additional hours too, such as over time, employer has...

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Antonin Scalia – law legacy

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Antonin Scalia – law legacy

When we are reweaving Justice Antonin Scalia’s cases regarding employment law we find them more confusing and complicated than we actually thought. For example, the Abercrombie case from the last year, Justice Scalia have written report that was beneficial for employment law plaintiff. By his opinion, this case was an easy one. In this case an applicant for a job, who based on religious belief was wearing headscarf, only have to prove that that was only reason why company wouldn’t hire her. Another case that was ruled in employer’s benefit...

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