HOW TO AVOID COMPROMISING POSITIONS
- DISCHARGE: IS IT INDUSTRIAL CAPITAL PUNISHMENT? Schroeder, Harold H. // Arbitration Journal;Dec82, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p65
Presents the author's opinion on the punishment of discharging employees from their duties. Comparison of discharge with capital punishment; Difference between employees' resignation and termination; Benefits of discharge to long-service employees.
- Route to turn to when talks lead nowhere. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;11/17/2003, Issue 2590, p24
Delves into the procedure for company complaints in the workplace. Identification of the most common reason for employees to raise complaints; Situations where employees can complain to their bosses; Discussion of the stages of the grievance procedure. INSET: HAVE YOU A QUERY FOR THE TSSA?.
- Keeping the peace. Goldman, Linda; Lewis, Joan // Occupational Health;Nov2004, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p14
Explains the standard and modified procedures for unfair dismissal claims. Cases wherein the standard and modified dismissal and disciplinary procedure arise; Distinction between the standard and modified grievance procedures; Degree of flexibility in the time limits for presenting claims to...
- GOODBYE TO ALL THAT? Gaymer, Janet // People Management;8/7/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 16, p18
Reports on the dismissal and grievance procedures imposed against employers in Great Britain. Details of the procedures; Steps involved in grievance issues; Complaints included in the grievance procedure. INSET: THREE STEPS.
- Steward's Jest Not Solicitation of False Testimony. // Labor Law Journal;Mar71, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p192
This article provides information on a U.S. labor relations case involving a union committeeman who was discharged for attempting to induce a fellow employee to lie about a grievance then pending. A chance meeting of six or seven employees resulted in a conversation led to the said discharge. A...
- Resignation in a rage. // Accountancy;Jul1989, Vol. 104 Issue 1151, p53
This article discusses the case Sovereign House Security Services Ltd. v. Savage about employee resignation. In the case it appeared that Savage (S) was employed by the company as a security officer. It was discovered that money was missing from the company. S received a phone call from the head...
- Constructive dismissal. Martin, David M. // A to Z of Employment Practice;2004, p97
The article deals with issues related to constructive dismissal of employees in Great Britain. An employee may be constructively dismissed when certain behavior or action of the employer makes it impossible for them to continue in the relationship. Employees are required to act promptly and are...
- Welch on winning. // Director;Jun2007, Vol. 60 Issue 11, p35
The author offers advice on resigning with dignity. He says that it is better to resign early rather than wait for the dismissal from work unless the employee can endure awkwardness between him and co-workers. The reasons of employers to delay the dismissal of an employee are mentioned. The...
- ABU DHABI SUPREME COURT JUDGMENT: GRIEVANCE FILED BY AN EMPLOYEE AGAINST AN EMPLOYER'S TERMINATION DECISION. // Law Update;5/20/2015, p1
The article focuses on the decision taken by the Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) Supreme Court concerning grievance filed by an employee against an employer's termination decision. It mentions that Appellant filed lawsuit seeking cancellation of an administrative decision approving his...