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Wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment are set forth in a collective bargaining agreement which is the product of negotiations between the employer and the union. Employment Contracts : Employment contracts for a definite duration are subject to certain termination conditions ( i.e., good cause) and are usually negotiated on an individual basis. Employment-at-Will : Either the employee or the company may terminate the employment relationship at any time for any reason (or even no reason). The traditional doctrine of at-will employment permits an employer to terminate an ... Read More
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