Employment law checklist
- Employment law checklist. Aikin, Olga // People Management;10/9/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 20, p53
Presents several court cases that serve as a guide to legal developments affecting the workplace. Provisions under Section 7 of the Race Relations Act 1976; Explanation on the possibility to waive unfair dismissal claims on the expiry of a fixed-term contract; Case of a pregnant woman who was...
- Appeals courts split on whether unionized employees may bring ... Green, Michael Z. // Corporate Legal Times;Jun97, Vol. 7 Issue 67, p42
States that collective bargaining agreements do not deprive employees of their rights to prosecute federal claims. A Court of Appeals' decision in Varner versus National Supermarkets; Court's decision in Austin versus Owens Brockway Glass Container.
- WORK PLACE RIGHTS. Burd, Michael; Davies, James // Management Today;Feb2015, Issue 1, p15
The article focuses on the significance for employers to set rules on employee's use of audio or video recordings in the workplace in Great Britain.
- The First Amendment and the Right To Hear. Wagner, Dana R. // Yale Law Journal;Dec98, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p669
Reviews the case Urofsky versus Allen, wherein the United States District Court for the Eastern District Court of Virginia struck down a Virginia statute that restricted state employees' access to constitutionally protected speech. Facts of the case; Basis of the court's ruling; Conclusion.
- Susan Orr. // Gender & Management: Cases from the Caribbean;2002, p163
The article presents a case study of Tourism Development Company (TDC) executive director Susan Orr in terms of leadership styles she uses for both TDC and Hospitality Training Institute (HTI). It adds the analysis of women's leadership style whether it would be participatory or autocratic and...
- A critical stage for learning? Efficiency and efficacy in workplace theatre-based leadership skills development. Feltham, Richard // Journal of Arts & Communities;Dec2013, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p251
The use of actors and applied theatre methods for workplace management and leadership training has become increasingly common. Organizations have sought to obtain competitive advantage by drawing on theatre methods to enable staff to perform their work roles in a context of rapid and fundamental...
- Models for Describing Incident Knowledge Sharing Practices: The Case Study of UK Hospital. Tabrizi, Negar Monazam // Proceedings of the European Conference on Knowledge Management;2014, Vol. 3, p1291
Strong knowledge sharing plays a significant role in day-to-day activities in knowledge-rich organisations. It is proposed that knowledge sharing is strong when there is a good interaction among influencing factors of knowledge sharing, i.e. knowledge sharing process, means, and governance...
- Perspectives and Implications of Sharing Processes Within Organisations: The Case Study. Otcenaskova, Tereza; Bures, Vladimir // Proceedings of the European Conference on Knowledge Management;2014, Vol. 3, p1249
Currently, the sources of the competitive advantage are scarce. As generally agreed, knowledge represents one of the renewable resources. This is truth only when knowledge is used, shared and applied. Therefore, effectively managed sharing processes possess potential for the purposes of the...
- Brief Cases. // Management Review;Apr99, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p53
Presents several issues pertaining to the workplace in the United States (US). Rules employers are implementing regarding workplace romances; Issue on whether companies may lawfully require that employees waive their right to bring discrimination claims in court; Information on the class action...