conditions of employment


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conditions of employment

that part of an employment that sets out the duties, responsibilities, hours of work, salary, leave and other privileges to be enjoyed by persons employed, for example a veterinary nurse, in private practice. Most professional organizations provide a pro forma of such an agreement.
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A written statement reflecting knowledge of the claimant's history of injury or conditions of employment believed to be the causative factors.
The terms and conditions of employment should refer to all the rules and procedures of the business.
AThere are certain circumstances when, following a new owner taking over a business, changes may be made to terms and conditions of employment and these situations are: Any changes to the terms and conditions of employees are for an economic, technical or organisational reason Changes to terms and conditions of employment which are nothing to do with the change of owner.
8 (d), which mandates that private employers bargain on wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment.
NFS) of Erwin, Tennessee is trying to eliminate the workers' pension plan and force other changes in conditions of employment at the struck plant, which supplies the United States Navy with nuclear fuel.
This provision applies to employees in Switzerland who are subject to the Agreement on Conditions of Employment for Bank Staff (ACEBS), up to and including those at Assistant Vice President level.
TRADE union Unite insists the strike ballot is not about pay but safety standards and terms and conditions of employment.
But our resident employment expert, Justin Madders, of Whittles Solicitors, says it's always a good idea to make sure you get the terms and conditions of employment in writing before you start a new job.
All workers in Wales need to ensure that Welsh and migrant workers have the same pay and conditions of employment to make sure there is no financial benefit for unscrupulous employers in displacing their existing workforce.
What about my existing terms and conditions of employment ?
In the vast majority of cases, the single location unit is found appropriate, but only after extensive litigation of such factors as geographical separation, similarity of employee skills and terms and conditions of employment, autonomy of the location manager, extent of employee interchange, contact between facilities, functional integration, and other miscellaneous matters.
6) On return to work from FMLA leave, the employee is to be restored to the position held when the leave began or to an "equivalent position with equivalent employment benefits, pay, and other terms and conditions of employment.

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