When an employer hires an employee, and terms are settled upon via the employment agreement, a written contract takes force. Often employers don’t realize that the terms in the agreement are binding on ‘both’ parties, and as important, require mutual consent to change said terms. This is where employers who take actions to unilaterally change the terms of employment run into trouble. Such actions could be considered ‘constructive dismissal.’Read More
Are your employees performing poorly? Read ahead to figure out if you can terminate them based on their performance.
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