What legal rights do you have with an employee who has stolen materials and started her own business with them?
I recently purchase a tutoring business I started in 1990 then sold for a few years. Two of the teachers (who once worked for me) chose not to come with me when I bought it back. I have proof they stole materials and started their own business with them. Do I have recourse without involving lawyers?
G. Seidman has written: 'Beyond the boycott' -- subject(s): Case studies, Employee rights, Human rights monitoring, International business enterprises, Labor movement, Management, Social responsibility of business Read More
It depends on the nature of the business. A publisher might rely on his own rights to make money, a retailer might rely on the scarcity of protected materials, and other businesses might need to license materials from rightsholders. Read More
Edward Ottensmeyer has written: 'Ethics in the workplace' -- subject(s): Business ethics, Professional ethics, Employee rights Read More
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Most government or government contractor positions require this. So do jobs that require the employee to be "bonded". A persons credit worthiness is always a great indicator of their stability and trustworthiness. It is well within any prospective employers rights to request a credit report. It just makes good business sense. Read More
For the most common issues, your state employment commission (unemployment), state civil rights agency (illegal discrimination), worker comp agency, or federal NLRB (union rights). Almost no one (one worker in 25,000) has business with EEOC. Read More
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Yes, this is illegal. Read More
When do electronic devices step over the line from effective management controls to intrusions on employee rights?
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He started it because he was a freedom fighter and wanted to stop segregation against blacks and whites. Read More
What amendments to the Bill of Rights have had the most impact on business? What would business life be like without them? Read More
They showed that business had rights. Read More
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Walmart Canada does not have a good reputation for employee rights. They have been sued for labour violations, fined for workplace, safety, and health violations, and have been in the news for customer complaints. Read More
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A consumer has the right to feel reasonably safe in a place of business. They should be protected from hazardous materials. They have the right to be informed if something may be hazardous. They have the right to be heard and the right to choose. This means that if your place of business is unsafe, they have the right to tell you about it and the right to choose to take their business elsewhere. Read More
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By filing a claim with his state's unemployment security office. Read More
What right referred to as the Weingarten Rights does the employee have in an investigative interview?
Request union representation Read More
Patricia Hogue Werhane has written: 'Moral imagination and management decision-making' -- subject(s): Decision-making, Management, Moral and ethical aspects, Moral and ethical aspects of Decision-making, Moral and ethical aspects of Management 'Philosophical Issues in Human Rights' 'Persons, rights, and corporations' -- subject(s): Business ethics, Employee rights Read More
Paige Ainslie has written: 'The long road to realizing labour rights in Uganda' -- subject(s): Employee rights Read More
It's dependent on what state you live in. Civil rights lawsuits are really only applicable if you're dealing with a state or federal employee. You can't sue a private citizen for civil rights violations, but you would be able to sue a government employee or institution if your rights have been violated. You can probably do a Google search of "statute of limitations civil rights (State)" to start finding out the specifics for the state… Read More
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If an employee at headquarters feels that he or she has been discriminated against he or should inform?
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Ronald Berenbeim has written: 'Corporate ethics practices' -- subject(s): Business ethics, United States, Case studies 'Corporate support of dropout prevention and work readiness' -- subject(s): High school dropouts, Business and education, Social responsibility of business, Business ethics 'Operating foreign subsidiaries' -- subject(s): Management, International business enterprises, Foreign subsidiaries 'Employee privacy' -- subject(s): Access control, Employee morale, Employee rights, Law and legislation, Personnel records, Privacy, Right of, Right of Privacy 'Labor unions, where are they heading?'… Read More
Workers rights are dependant on the country in question. There are many countries where there is no legislation protecting workers. You need to specify which country you are referring to. Read More
Unchanged from before. That isn't to say you won't experiences changes, maybe even loss of work/job. But the BK involves creditors and may change their rights, employee rights, to safe workplace, etc. aren't involved. You never had a right to employment...US employees are employees at will..of the employer. Read More
Lauren B. Edelman has written: 'Legal environments and organizational governance' -- subject(s): Due process of law, Employee rights, Labor laws and legislation 'Legal ambiguity and symbolic structures' -- subject(s): Civil rights, Dispute resolution (Law), Employee rights, Associations, institutions Read More
It is never okay for an employer to ask an employee for their medical information. To do so is explicitly against the law, and the employee would be well within their rights to sue the boss and the company. Read More
Susan L. Kang has written: 'Human rights and labor solidarity' -- subject(s): Human rights, Law and legislation, Labor unions, Employee rights Read More
What rights a worker has depends on the country, and sometimes the political subdivision of the country, in which that person is employed. Employee rights are different in the EU than in the US, and different again in India and in China. Read More
The American Bill of Rights was started in 1789. It was added to the constitution in 1791. Read More
His murder is what started it; it helped spark the civil rights movement Read More
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The Bill of Rights was started in 1789. It was added to the constitution in 1791 Read More
How does the bill of rights protect and guarantee individuals freedom to engage in business activies?
it recognizes property rights Read More
Your question is too broad. Your rights depend on numerous factors: what type of rights you are referring to, the federal and state labor laws, any employment contract or any union contracts. Read More
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