As an employment lawyer, I am often asked by employer and employee clients how many strikes an employee gets before they are out.
There has been renewed discussion on the extent to which employees need to be accommodated when they have obligations outside of work.
As an employment lawyer who often handles workplace bullying, I can tell you that you’re not alone.
Whatever it’s called, it’s never a pleasant experience. Knowing your rights and repsonsibilities can help.
Social media can be a great platform for self or company promotion, but at the same time, it can spell demotions, suspensions and terminations.
Being employed doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re an “employee.”
Many members of Gen Y have become 22-22-22 employees: 22-year-olds working 22-hour days and earning $22,000 a year. Sound like you? Read on.
Look for these six elements in your employment contract for a happier, healthier employment relationship.