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Employment Contracts Gain Ground in Corporate America

February 1, 1999
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Employment contracts, confidentiality agreements, and non-compete and non-solicitation clauses aren't just for top dogs anymore. A look at the types of contracts HR managers may consider—and how to make sure they do what they're intended to do.
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Mandatory Arbitration Clauses Are Limited

January 20, 1999
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Mandatory Arbitration Clauses Are Limited
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Waiver of Mandatory Arbitration

January 19, 1999
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Waiver of Mandatory Arbitration
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Employment Contracts Gain Ground

January 11, 1999
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Employment Contracts Gain Ground
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Unforeseen Circumstance Precludes WARN Notice

December 22, 1998
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Unforeseen Circumstance Precludes WARN Notice
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Background Checks and Federal Law

December 4, 1998
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Background Checks and Federal Law
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Can You Reassign Someone To Other Job Duties

December 3, 1998
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Can You Reassign Someone To Other Job Duties
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Employee or Independent Contractor An Explanation from the IRS

December 1, 1998
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To determine whether an individual is an employee or an independent contractor under common law, the relationship of the worker and the business must be examined.
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Notice is Required Under the 1994 Veterans’ Act

November 9, 1998
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Notice is Required Under the 1994 Veterans’ Act
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Employee Lifestyles-How Much Can You Regulate

November 1, 1998
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Sooner or later, HR will have to look at what it can and can't dictate in employees' lifestyle choices. Caution: The laws are beginning to favor employee freedom over employer mandates.
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