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EMPLEmployment
EMPLEmployee
EMPLEmploy
EMPLEmplacement
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Since the teachers had a statutory right to continue to teach, the payments received to give up those rights were not remuneration for employment.
pdf) implementing the Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Rights Act of 1994 went into effect Jan.
The employment representatives and companies to be recognized with National Commander's Employment Awards at the 85th National Convention are listed at right.
The payments at issue in this case arose out of the employment relationship and were conditioned on a minimum number of years of service.
11) In Meritor, the Supreme Court stated that the conduct, first of all, must be unwelcomed, and then emphasized that it must be so severe and pervasive as to "alter the conditions of [the victim's] employment and create an abusive working environment.
Manufacturing employment is shrinking worldwide as a result of more efficient use of labor, automation, and new IT.
The employment rate for people with disabilities should not be substantially lower than that of the general public if there is truly equal access and opportunity.
The prevalence of early prenatal care was lower among women who became unemployed or inadequately employed during pregnancy than among those who remained adequately employed, and women who involuntarily transitioned to part-time employment gave birth at a significantly shorter gestation than their counterparts whose employment status was stable.
Supported Employment Program, North Battleford: To enables approximately 35 persons with intellectual disabilities to develop the skills, knowledge and experience they need to find and maintain a position in the workforce.
Researchers asked 400 former prisoners released into the Chicago area about employment four to eight months after release.
When a domestic employee walks through the door for the first time, the household becomes a place of employment, and the homeowner becomes an employer who can be held liable for obscene, discriminatory or offensive conduct.
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