Blog Posts in July, 2014

Do I Really Have to Give My Employer Two Weeks' Notice?

Employee turnover is common in nearly every field of employment. When employees decide to leave one job and move on to the next, the question often arises regarding whether they are legally required ...
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Is My Employer Required to Pay Me for Vacation or Sick Days When I End My Employment?

Is My Employer Required to Pay Me for Vacation or Sick Days When I End My Employment? Generally speaking, there is no law that requires a private employer to compensate an employee for accrued ...
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When do Statements in an Employee Handbook Create an Employment Contract?

Though most employers do not intend for the statements in their employee handbooks to create an employment contract, the language they use may form the basis of an implied contract. Sometimes, a ...
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