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As much as an employer may wish to spare the functional alcoholic from the literal hell, alcoholism presents a delicate problem that must be handled carefully within the legal framework. There are two federal laws that significantly affect the rights and responsibilities of an employer dealing with alcoholic employees: the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Generally, the ADA provides that an employer cannot discriminate against an otherwise qualified applicant or employee because of a physical or mental disability. Unlike the use of illegal drugs, alcoholism, even in active form, ...
Safety is a basic tenet of every human being. Labor laws were developed in Britain in the last century to ensure the safety of workers on the job and provide for safe and sound working conditions and environments. It is well established that it is both the moral and legal responsibilities of employers to place priority on their workers’ safety while onsite on the factory premises and on jobsites since human life is so precious and irreplaceable. One of the toughest jobs in the world is working with heights. Ten meters and above is known to be dangerous to human. So, it is essential ... Read More
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