Content Related To 'unemployment-compensation'

Job Termination

Lea en español Protecting Yourself from the Loss of Your Job There are two ways individuals can be classified when referring to employment: “at–will” or “contract.” The “at–will employee” doctrine holds that the employees without a contract can have their employment terminated by either party, at any time, for any reason, with or without notice, […]

Labor and Employment Law

Websites General Employment Law Information Network – Gateway site offering federal and state law articles, case summaries, forms and contracts, HR documents, and a weekly newsletter. Employment, Labor, and Pension Law – List of employment law sites from the‘Lectric Law Library. Labor issues Unions.org – Directory of unions and union resources (e.g., creating union contracts). […]

Unemployment Compensation

Lea en español Your Rights Regarding Unemployment Compensation Unemployment compensation, sometimes referred to as unemployment insurance (UI), is a government sponsored program. Both federal and state governments seek to protect eligible employees who become involuntarily unemployed through no fault of their own by providing temporary financial assistance. Under certain circumstances, when you lose your job, […]

Employment Law

Lea en español Your job is more than just a way to pay your bills. If you are like many of us, your job is a means for you to provide for your family and is where you spend most of your time when you are not at home. So, it is important that your […]