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Termination of Employment, Human Resources

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The procedures outlined in this Clause apply to all staff covered by this Agreement, excluding casuals.  Nothing in this Clause is intended to preclude a staff member from initiating separation from employment on medical grounds or from applying to their superannuation fund for ill-health retirement or temporary disability benefit. 48.2 If the Vice-Chancellor believes there is doubt regarding a staff member’s capacity to perform the duties of their office, the Vice-Chancellor may require the staff member to undergo a medical examination.  The University will choose a medical practitioner to conduct the medical ...
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She went to the human resources manager and told her she should not be paid for the extra overtime because she had not worked those hours. On June 13, Barbosa was called to a meeting with DeSantos, the payroll ... sufficient to support a jury finding that the claim was made in good faith. The common law recognizes the right of an at-will employee to bring an action in tort against his employer for termination of employment that violates a fundamental public policy. ... market research, surveys and trends
The Just Third Way: News from the Network, Vol. 3, No. 27
We have a small flurry of "good news/bad news" this week. 1) The goods news is that the workers of China are starting to demand their piece of the pie. The bad news is that they are demanding their goodies in the form of increased wages and benefits. 2) The good news is that Chinese goods are going to become less competitive on the global market, perhaps helping to equalize the trade imbalance as foreign goods become cheaper in China just as their domestic goods are becoming more expensive, relatively speaking. The bad news is that a significant number of businesses throughout the world have come to rely on ... market research, surveys and trends

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The Impact on the US Economy of a - CAR Research Memorandum: The ...
Nov 4, 2008 ... restore production to 50 percent of the former combined level by ... employment impact would be a loss of nearly 3.0 million jobs in ... In economic terms, the rapid termination of Detroit Three U.S. .... 2 “Beyond the Big Leave: The Future of U.S. Automotive Human Resources,” Center for Automotive ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
$55 million settlement in FedEx race discrimination class action ...
Attorneys in a major race discrimination class action have reached a settlement that would force . . . FedEx Corp. to pay out almost $55 million and overhaul its pay, discipline and promotions practices. The suit claimed that FedEx Express . . . harbored a culture of hostility toward people of color, allowing racial bias to infect its human resources decisions. A FedEx spokeswoman said: We voluntarily entered into the consent decree because we believe that this action demonstrates our deep commitment to diversity and equal employment opportunities. [In the consent decree, FedEx Express denies discrimination.] Included is $15 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Former child-care worker claims Tot Time wanted her to falsify records
A former employee of Tot Time Child Development Center has filed a whistleblower lawsuit alleging the child-care company fired her after she refused to falsify company records to feign compliance with state law. Michele F. Clayton of Upper Merion, who worked at Tot Time's Devon location, said in her lawsuit that the company did not have background clearances for some new employees who had direct contact with children and that Tot Time management told her to falsify records before an upcoming inspection by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare took place. Also named as a defendant in the suit is King of Prussia-based ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
PASCHAL v. FULTON-DeKALB HOSPITAL AUTHORITY EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT PLAN
Helen M. Jones Paschal appeals the grant of summary judgment to the Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority Employees Retirement Plan and the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority (collectively, the Committee) on her claims for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty related to the denial of her claim for disability benefits. Finding no error, we affirm. Summary judgment is proper where there is no genuine issue of material fact and the movant is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. [ 1 ] On appeal from summary judgment, we conduct a de novo review, construing the evidence and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT HUMAN RESOURCES MANUAL Staff Retention ...
TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT. HUMAN RESOURCES MANUAL. Staff Retention Policy. Section 1602. December, 2002. Page 1 of 4. STAFF RETENTION POLICY ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Policy on the Involuntary Termination of Employment and Rejection ...
of the Human Resources Department, may request the termination of the employment of an employee under the Administrative. Official's authority. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Human Resources - Termination of Employment Procedure
To assure the university meets its responsibilities and complies with internal guidelines in making termination decisions, and to establish a procedure for the separation from employment of regular exempt and non-exempt university employees, whether employee or employer initiated. Nothing contained in either HR Policy or Procedure 0160 is intended to create legally enforceable contractual rights. Any regular exempt and non-exempt employee who has a separation from regular employment from the university. Students: Procedures for the termination of a student employee are set forth in Hilltopics: A Student Handbook. Tenured ...
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Human Resources: Termination, cont...., legal scrutiny, employment ...
As a long-time HR professional/attorney (employment law), I can answer questions on many topics, which include but are not limited to: HR Strategy Social Media Workforce Planning Anti-Harassment/Anti-Discrimination Diversity in the Workplace Coaching Mentoring Interviewing/Hiring/Retaining Talent Fostering Teamwork Mastering Presentations Train-the-Trainer Developing Competencies Delivering Superior Service Managing Employee Relations I-9 Compliance Progressive Discipline Communication Time Management Employee Engagement Building Trust in the Workplace Performance Appraisals Succession Planning Leadership Development FMLA, ...
What is the difference between downsizing and rightsizing ...
Layoff is the temporary suspension or permanent termination of employment of an employee or (more commonly) a group of employees for business reasons, such as the decision that certain positions are no longer necessary or a business slow-down or interruption in work. Originally the term "layoff" referred exclusively to a temporary interruption in work, as when factory work cyclically falls off. However, in recent times the term can also refer to the permanent elimination of a position. Downsizing is the ‘conscious use of permanent personnel reductions in an attempt to improve efficiency and/or effectiveness’ (Budros 1999, p. ...