Employment Contracts and Employee Status

Employment contracts may have these arrangements: regular, probationary, casual, project, seasonal, and fixed-term. Each arrangement places an employee on a certain status. There are requirements for each employment contract. Failure to comply with the requisites results in the employee becoming regular, who will be entitled to all rights and privileges owing to such an employee.

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Handling Grievance in the Workplace

Handling Grievance in the workplace is a good way to prevent an issue from escalating to a labor complaint. In some cases, a simple concern in the workplace when left unresolved becomes a big problem later when a labor case is brought against the employer. It is, thus, important that issues be resolved properly and adequately within an establishment.

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Best Legal Practices: Disciplining or Terminating an Employee

Best Legal Practices are designed to protect businesses and organizations by preventing lawsuits and liabilities. These are best practices with legal compliance. For labor law, best legal practices are sourced from labor laws, rules and regulations, jurisprudence, and industry best practices.

Due Process Termination: Legal Way to Dismiss an Employee

Due process termination is the legal way to terminate an employee. Without due process, the employer will be liable for illegal dismissal, full backwages, reinstatement, separation pay if reinstatement is not feasible, moral and exemplary damages, nominal damages, and attorney’s fees. Illegal dismissal could result in a huge monetary award.