Employers' procedures and police enquiries
- Firing employee who complained of harassment? Don't let alleged harasser play any role. // HR Specialist: Florida Employment Law;Feb2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p3
The article reports on the court's decision to prohibit alleged harasser to participate in the termination decision to prevent perverting the termination process.
- Did boss use ethnic slur or did worker misunderstand? // Legal Alert for Supervisors;1/20/2012, Vol. 7 Issue 160, p2
The article discusses a court case wherein the plaintiff, Jefferson Durnell, sued in defense of an alleged racial discrimination against a co-worker upon termination from work due to poor performance. Jeff added that there exist a misunderstanding between Khun, knowing that he already explained...
- Court: Vague EEOC complaint isn't protected. // HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law;Jul2013, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p1
The article discusses the court case Zacheri v. City of La Marque wherein fire chief Todd Zacheri in La Marque, Texas filed an Equal Employment Opportunity Commissions (EEOC) complaint, alleging that the city punished him for refusing to terminate his subordinate. The city complained that...
- The operational-investigative information usage at the criminal proceedings initiation stage: the problems of criminal procedure regulation. Gavrilyuk, Y. P. // Current Issues of Russian Law;2010, Vol. 2010 Issue 2, p281
No abstract available.
- Hounshell returns to county as investigator. Donovan, Bill // Navajo Times;8/20/2009, Vol. 48 Issue 33, pA33
The article reports on the return of Brian Hounshell, the former Apache County sheriff, as the investigator for the County Attorney's Office in Window Rock, Arizona. Hounshell was previously targeted to be removed in the office with a 1.3 million reward for anyone who succeeds for his removal....
- Supervisor fired for refusing to answer questions during investigation. // Legal Alert for Supervisors;3/29/2013, Vol. 8 Issue 189, p4
The article reports on the case of a supervisor at Applied Signal Technology in California who is terminated for his refusal to cooperate in the investigation of a female worker's complaint about her placement in a performance improvement plan.
- Constructive Dismissal and the West Lothian Question: Aberdeen City Council v McNeill. Collins, Hugh // Industrial Law Journal;Dec2011, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p439
The article focuses on the British court case Aberdeen City Council v. McNeill which dealt with unfair dismissal due to an employer's investigation into employee misconduct. Information is provided on how the court had to determine if the employer committed a breach of contract by using...
- Crime and punishment. Hilpern, Kate // Personnel Today;5/1/2007, p24
The article discusses the necessary action for employers, if a member of its staff is convicted of a crime or is part of an investigation in Great Britain. Hannah Reed, senior employment rights officer cites that being investigated by police is not a necessarily ground to suspend or dismiss an...
- Decizie de concediere disciplinarÄƒ. CondiÅ£ii de formÄƒ prevÄƒzute de lege sub sancÅ£iunea nulitÄƒÅ£ii. // Romanian Case Law Review / Revista Romana de Jurisprudenta;2014, Issue 1, p107
The existence of any additional defenses, in relation to which the employer would not have exposed, in the decision of the application of disciplinary sanction, the reasons for which they were removed, cannot lead to a sanction of absolute nullity of the decision so issued, whereas, from the...