Notes 2-26-07 - Business Law 2/26/07 I. Employment Law A....

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Business Law 2/26/07 I. Employment Law A. Employer has greater control over manner of the work than the employee. B. Employment-at-will = Can be hired or fired at will 1. Mutual doctrine – either employer or employee can terminate the relationship at will 2. For a good reason, bad reason, or no reason a) Except as prohibited by law b) Good reasons include: bad performance, misconduct (ex. Sexual harassment, coming in late to work) c) Bad reasons include: Firing for color of shoes, employer doesn’t like worker’s name. 3. People join unions to avoid employment-at-will. a) Just Cause Standards- can only be fired for a good/just reason 4. Without a mutual agreement, all employment is “at will” C. Statutory Exceptions to employment-at-will 1. Title VII from Civil Rights Act of 1964 a) Prohibits firing or refusal to hire based on: (1) Race (2) Color (3) Sex (4) National Origin (5) Religion 2. ADEA (1) Age – must be over 40 to be protected 3. ADA (1) Disability/ perceived disability
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HADM 3385 taught by Professor Wagner during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Notes 2-26-07 - Business Law 2/26/07 I. Employment Law A....

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