Understanding Employment Law strikes a balance between comprehensiveness and selectivity. It provides the substantive material needed to succeed in practice and in the classroom and on final examinations, without overwhelming the reader with details that are unduly esoteric or tangential. The book begins first with common-law employment doctrines such as employment-at-will, employment contracts, employment torts, workplace privacy issues, and restrictive covenants. It then turns to federal and state statutory regulation of the workplace, covering topics such as compensation (including wage and hour legislation and unemployment insurance), employee benefits (including leave time, pensions, and health insurance), and workplace safety legislation.[A] Disclaimers In the last paragraph of the Woolley decision, the court explained that Hoffman-La Roche could have avoided ... a policy manual that makes the workforce believe that certain promises have been made and then to allow [43/44 ]the employer to renege on those promises. ... anyone and without anyonea#39;s agreement; and that the employer continues to have the absolute power to fire anyoneanbsp;...
|Title||:||Understanding Employment Law|
|Author||:||Richard A. Bales, Jeffrey M. Hirsch, Paul M. Secunda|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2013-03-08|