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  • Employer Rights

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    Employers should have the right to look through personal information they find as public domain, and they can legally use it. An employer has the right to investigate your financial history, why not a public page of your private life. Social media is a gateway between privacy and a public bulletin board. If the personal posts are not monitored, and privacy settings are not set to friends only or private, then the information is fair game. It is always the responsibility of the people to monitor what

  • Comparison of Employers

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    Comparison of Employers To answer the above question I have compared two similar jobs, both related to scientific research but in two different organisations. Both employees had similar qualifications (PHD) and their job description mainly related to leading research activities within the organisation. The first employee works for a university (non-profit private organisation) and the second employee works in the NHS (public organisation, funded by the government) Both of the employees

  • Interview with Employer

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    This company is partnership ran business that opened its doors in 1991, in the small town of Marengo, IL. Mark Anderson and Sam Accib are the proud founders of this HVAC and plumbing business for residential or commercial. The company was unable to give an annul report, due to the fact that it is a small business, and it not necessary in their company. The promotional practices used throughout the years have been ads in the Northwest Herald (three to five times a year), the Marengo Paper, and

  • Importance Of Employer Branding

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    employees are the ones who run your business for you, hence the increasing emphasis on hiring and retention of the right talent. Employer branding is the process of not only attracting talent as employees but also impacting your

  • Ethical Employer Dilemm

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    An employer should follow proper proceedings when they review an applicant. It may be natural to instinctively reject a person with a criminal record but it is unethical to do so. The employer needs to be aware of two perspectives in the hiring of a person with a criminal record. One aspect is giving the applicant a fair chance in order to avoid disparate treatment and disparate impact. The second is potential liabilities such as negligent hiring, respondeat superior and negligent supervision that

  • The Employer/Employee Relationship

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    How difficult (or easy) is it for an employer to prevent an employee working for others (or themselves), both during the employment and after it has ended? Refer to relevant cases and legislation. This essay will look at the definition of what an employer and employee are according to legislation. It will then discuss whether or not an employer can prevent an employee from working for others (or themselves), after the employment has ended. Analysis will be done on whether restraint of trade

  • Employer Tuition Reimbursement

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    Employer Tuition Reimbursement In today’s ever growing workforce the job market competition is becoming increasingly higher and more difficult with each passing year. This is forcing people to go back to school and pursue an education or further expanded their education beyond an undergrad degree. Although more people are going back to school they all are not footing the bill all by them self. It is 2014 and more employers are giving the opportunity of going back to school to their employees by

  • Analysis Of Employer Branding

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    and products (Peters, 1991). According to Barrow and Mosley (2005), employer branding is used not only to give the message of the overall personality of he company as an employer ,but it also helps to motivate and engage the employees. It is an emotional relationship between an employer and employee. Ambler and Barrow (1996) have defined employer branding as the development and communication of an organizations culture as an employer in the market place. “It is the package of functional, economic and

  • The Importance Of Employer Branding

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    exciting to work in, and showcases its ability to mould the younger generation to climb the corporate ladder. Multiple recruitment methods help establish the Employer Branding to professional profiles of a number of generations. The different roles Enterprise would have may require different profiles, thus it is important to establish the employer Brand via multiple recruitment strategy,

  • Employer As Little Brother

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    Employer as Little Brother Introduction The term "Big Brother" is watching you refer to how the Federal Government can monitor your every move, if desired. From the amount you money you earn and how much you pay in taxes to who you are talking to and when on your telephone or cell phone. Now there is a new term beginning to common place, "Little Brother is watching you". This term refers to how an employer can monitor your actions on the job in an office environment due to the technology now