- Know Your Labor Rights in the United Arab Emirates
Some employees do not know their rights upon the termination of their employment contracts, so the issue has to be carefully considered. This article shall elaborate on the duties employer's regarding registration of employees and...
By Hassan Mohsen Elhais
- Expected Changes to Employment Law in 2014
As we roll into 2014, the UK is set to see a lot of changes to UK employment law, including several other reviews on UK law. Some of the changes that have already been scheduled to occur in 2014 have been listed below, and were originally compiled...
By Carol Smith
- Work Accident Advice: Factory Accident Claims
With the likelihood of manually operated machinery and a range of materials and possibly dangerous chemical substances being present, working in a factory can present a range of different potential dangers. This is why factory employers must...
By Jessica A Parker
- Statutory Maternity and Paternity Benefits
If you are employed and are expecting a baby then it is important to understand what you are entitled to, from both a financial and non-financial perspective. Health and Safety whilst still at work is of paramount importance and employers have...
By Carl Fletcher
- Vibration White Finger - Compensation For a Preventable Workplace Injury
A former motor worker for Fords Motor Company Ltd has received 8,500 in compensation after his hands were left permanently damaged from using vibrating tools at work. The man worked as a toolmaker for over 30 years for the company and as a result...
By Nick Jervis
- Settlement Funding and Your Options in Employment Discrimination Cases (Part II)
n order to obtain settlement funding for an employment discrimination case, one must first be an employee. What constitutes an employee under the law?
By Dr. Tom Rhudy
- Are Lawsuit Loans Available in Cases Involving Employment Discrimination? (Part I)
In this article, we will address a few instances in which settlement funding may be appropriate when an employer engages in discrimination against an employee. In Part II, we will identify some of the most common forms of discrimination...
By Dr. Tom Rhudy
- 5 Tips How Your Small Company Can Avoid Labor Law Problems in California
If you are a small California business employer, it is in your best interests to take the steps necessary to ensure you are compliant with the state's labor laws. The links in this article can assist the small employer in doing just that, using...
By Daniel Curtin