- LEGAL CHECKLIST. // People Management;1/10/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p21
The article discusses several employment-related court cases in Great Britain. In RDF Media Group versus Clements, both parties were in breach of trust and confidence. The case Klusova versus London Borough of Hounslow involved a female employee who was dismissed by Hounslow without following...
- Fewer People Hurt at Work In '99, U.S. Government Says. // Best's Review;Feb2001, Vol. 101 Issue 10, p16
Reports the decline of overall workplace injuries and illnesses in the United States for the year 1999. Increase of employment; Details on the report of the Oklahoma Labor Department; Increase of injuries related to the finance, insurance and real estate sectors.
- Employment law SOS. Beswick, David // Works Management;Mar2013, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p12
The article presents questions and answers related to employment issues concerning political perspectives of workers and employers, and fair treatment of workers on a redundancy process.
- Near perfect. SANDERS, BOB // New Hampshire Business Review;5/31/2013, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p4
The article reports that New Hampshire has received a near perfect rating in a small business survey conducted by Thumbtack.com and Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation due to the state's employment regulation and excellent record in industrial health and safety.
- KEEPING TRACK OF THE TRUTH. Carp, Juliet // People Management;7/12/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 14, p23
The article deals with observing truthfulness in recruitment. According to the author, a lie may breach the duty of trust and confidence stated in every employment contract. The employee's breach may enable the employer to end the employment immediately without breaching the contract. He advised...
- CSPs Escape Hiring Crunch in Slow Economy. // Occupational Hazards;May2008, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p16
The article reports that recruitment for certified safety professionals (CSPs) remain in high demand despite a sluggish economy in the U.S. It is claimed that the economic turmoil has not negatively affected the hiring climate for safety professionals and employers are focused on safety and...
- THE COST OF AN INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT. Rankin, Dave // Wood Digest;Nov2004, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p54
This article focuses on the importance of workers' safety in the woodworking industry. In today's American woodworking factory, safety is no luxury; it is a necessity. Employers are required to furnish to each employee, a place of employment which is free from recognized hazards that are causing...
- Tersane Ã‡alÄ±ÅŸanlarÄ±nÄ±n IÅŸ SaÄŸlÄ±ÄŸÄ± ve GÃ¼venliÄŸi Ile Ilgili Faaliyetleri AlgÄ±lama DÃ¼zeylerinin Belirlenmesine YÃ¶nelik Bir AraÅŸtÄ±rma:... Kavı, Ersin; Koçak, Orhan // Journal of Business Research-Turk / Isletme Arastirmalari Dergis;Jun2011, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p37
Shipbuilding sector, which has an important employment and export potential, is getting importance in Turkey. In this sector, the number of employees who work directly is 35.000 and the numbers of employees who work indirectly 100.000 are employed. The sector requires obligations and necessary...
- Mortality of United Kingdom oil refinery and petroleum distribution workers, 1951â€“1998. Sorahan, T.; Nichols, L.; Harrington, J. M. // Occupational Medicine;Sep2002, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p333
The mortality experienced by cohorts of 28 630 oil refinery workers and 16 480 petroleum distribution workers has been investigated. Study subjects were all those male employees first employed in the period 1946â€“1974 at one of eight UK oil refineries or at one of 476 UK petroleum...