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  • This article explains when a redundancy situation is valid, how you could be selected for redundancy, when you can receive a payment, and when you should be offered an alternate role.

    The Truth About Redundancy

    The Truth About Redundancy

    by Kate0

  • What are third party rights in contracts? When does a third party have obligations or rights per a contract?

    Third-Party Rights in Contracts

    Third-Party Rights in Contracts

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • For many who are not working, determining how much they will receive or if they qualify for California unemployment is confusing. It does make a difference, at times, when you do file for it.

    How Unemployment is Determined in California

    How Unemployment is Determined in California

    by perrya0

  • Tax breaks to churches costs the U.S. $71 billion a year while subverting freedom of religion for all and the free speech rights of churches.

    Should Churches Be Tax-Exempt?

    Should Churches Be Tax-Exempt?

    by Catherine Giordano45

  • There are a lot of genuine concerns to have when you bring a claim. Unfortunately, there are also a lot of myths out there that can muddy the waters and cause confusion and further stress.

    Do Employment Claims Always Go to Tribunal?

    Do Employment Claims Always Go to Tribunal?

    by Kate0

  • Does a perfectly competitive market exist anywhere in the world? The best answer is, "No," because perfect competition is an "ideal." Not reality. So, how far from "ideal" is America's market system?

    What Is a Competitive and Free Marketplace?

    What Is a Competitive and Free Marketplace?

    by Sallie B Middlebrook PhD7

  • What happens to your job if you get sick? What about your wage? How will you pay your bills? These are all concerns which this article hopes to address by shedding some light on the topic of Sick Pay.

    Statutory Sick Pay and You

    Statutory Sick Pay and You

    by Kate0

  • Many people go to an Unemployment Hearing with no idea of what to expect. There are even very skilled attorneys that are ill prepared for them because they have not experience in these special types of proceedings. This article will discuss the general process of the hearing,

    Preparing for an Unemployment Hearing or Telephone Conference

    Preparing for an Unemployment Hearing or Telephone Conference

    by Andrew Grosjean77

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