• May 6, 2024

What Is Severance Pay and How Does It Work?

Severance Pay and How Does It Work When a company decides to terminate an employee, it can do so with either notice or payment in lieu of notice. However, not all terminations are treated equally. If an employer fires an employee with no cause or for a reason that falls under Ontario’s anti-discriminatory laws, it…

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Can Severance Pay Be Paid In Lump Sums Or In Installments?

Severance Pay Be Paid In Lump Sums Or In Installments Severance pay is a sum of money that an employer pays to an employee when the company fires them. The amount of severance pay depends on the circumstances and the law. Generally, employees are eligible for severance pay if they have worked for a company…

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What Valves Constructive Dismissal?

Valves Constructive Dismissal Generally speaking, constructive dismissal exists where the employer makes a significant change to an employment contract that makes it impossible for the employee to continue to work under those terms. The changes can be either explicit or implied. For example, an employer can void a contractual term by altering the salary in…

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How Does the Bail Bond Process Work For Juvenile Offenders?

Bail Bond Process Work For Juvenile Offenders When a minor gets into trouble with the law and is arrested it can be very distressing for parents. They are often concerned about their children’s future and their ability to lead a crime free life when they turn 18. The good news is that juvenile offenders don’t…

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Can a Maui Fire Lawyer Assist With Claims For Smoke Damage?

Can a Maui Fire Lawyer Assist With Claims After the California wildfires of 2017 and 2018, big out-of-town law firms rushed into Sonoma, Napa and Butte counties signing up fire victims by the thousands. Now, those same lawyers are descending on Maui to investigate and sue power supplier Hawaiian Electric. They’re aiming to capitalize on…

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Why buy a gun that doesn’t fire? – 4 reasons why it makes sense

Since two different people recently asked me why anyone would buy a non-firing gun that couldn’t be made to fire, I thought it was a fair question that deserved an answer. Here are four reasons why: (1) There are many legal restrictions on the sale of real guns.   You just can’t buy a “real”…

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Tips for the best language jobs

Language jobs are becoming immensely popular as the world is fast becoming a global village. Global competitiveness has forced companies to find ways to win over consumers without going under. Reaching out to different cultures is a crucial way to gain popularity, win over international consumers, and increase your number of consumers. Jobs in languages…

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The 18 Immutable Laws of Corporate Reputation: Book Summary

Everything that a person or company does or produces contributes to your reputation. Reputation is an intangible. active, but very important. Somehow it’s even better than having money in the bank, but not so easily quantified. A good reputation is its own stamp of quality and advertising. It can generate customer loyalty that can cross…

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The 7 Biggest Misbeliefs People Have About Starting an Online Business

It could be advice you’ve given yourself or more than likely it was given to you by family, friends, and teachers who have your best interests at heart. The fact is that this conventional wisdom and advice is often a combination of half-truths, myths, and just plain lies about what it takes to build an…

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10 Ways to Improve Family Law Courts

The current model responsible for governing family law courts is extremely outdated and archaic. It is governed by a chauvinistic 1950s view of marriage and parenthood. Men are expected to be robotic and emotional, while women are expected to take care of the home and children. Women now work. The economy is in shambles, while…

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