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Daily Outline 21 (BUS L-201; Legal Enviornment of Business; Brown)

Daily Outline 21 (BUS L-201; Legal Enviornment of Business; Brown)

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Unformatted text preview: Dail Outline 21: Text pages 1253-1257; 1273-1282 1. Why does Professor Brown care about this reading assignment and why does she believe you will care? This assignment introduces our unit on Employment Law. As business students, Employment ' Law should be of tremendous interest and concern. Even if you do not become business leaders, it is almost certain that you will someday be employees. Regardless of your role in the business world, it is extremely valuable and important for you to understand the laws and rules governing the employer-employee relationship. 2. Reading questions: What should you focus on as you read this assignment? 0 What four laws discussed by your textbook protect an employee’s wages, pensions, and benefits? Pursuant to the Labor Management Relations Act (“LMRA”), what specific acts by ugions are considered to be unfair labor practices? , ’ s (as Vm'v‘iM cur (b95015; i‘s\ e9, ‘uw. ~iiA e. QXCW “‘56 at? th New mama, , , . ”(\a“ 5' S L $1413.: 3! l‘t-EEM‘? h? wgi?b::fl§: bimdim‘fl‘t‘imfi lg” UV\\I6V\§ . d F 1 A 2“ 9 04 b\mwflwfiltfi3 _ at? “it we at“? ”WW «is etct tw‘h’n‘wmte ”may can W“ PMEIN WW I; Mr? N mtwm ”WM“? W“ - radarsimfl +0 bmgfiam My“ Magi MAMA. Mn QVViifitfiyg/‘L k f (m “”413 a gammy/WV sky/Lite: '0? a tarwwfwg Lem/ti? 5w My} W363» . What are employers prohibited from domg u der the Employee Polygraph Protection Act? ~‘ New”, 1 995,541”, (£31457? 1’, °" ”‘44" 1?”? («y (Mg Wm, firfiafifi'i inst waives 9?? £3 M5“! awry he +63 ‘9 . ‘ . ‘“ (15" / “wa & J, M,“ (11¢ at?” +9 [0? {W gui'r‘e, mien-Mi“ 9%“ “SM! t5 95’ aw; i): t? Je,£c.f“t‘i‘” am»?! “‘QWW3/tfisqi if ‘5 ”19!va w yr mama/ram ,,,,, (W {Mi/“55 M t , 7 I504 V14 ,th‘ ‘bv' rill/Ma, [Cl/l 90 a" at!” , wet, ft”; flj‘“ fl EWp/dzlng aw fjm‘gfm‘ puma {WF’éVaa ktwuftti 9’5 fit-hf»! f6) . $71” ”My" £322 256? kfivh‘f ”‘5 tr” 9 0 V hi. Elk-”35¢” “Kurt-6%, pewt'f"l‘"f C1I/E'd‘p/ V9: AWN“; o Articulate the traditional employment-at-wrll rule. What are the exceptions to the rule? (in w m 5, m» C yv’l'bmy WW; ) o Can a public employer subject employees to random drug and alcohol testing? How ~ I“ lily-3"”? [lift/‘7: fiuMk‘tnfiit byuta rivatee lo er? , A. ,, ,, as and g ”it/Mme; ergpyz’gwtfimé/g {9:26;} 61/ 590344?ij fit-mi “[1,1au41fit05‘4fl‘r 4v 1 0' 01W? «a in gammy 1m 5.4/0! ram/m M f“*’”‘ “W“ ’W ‘1" Veg , 3. Discussion questions: [insert some questions that came to your mind while reading the assignment that you would like discussed by the class or by Professor Brown during the next class session] 4. Words you looked up from this assignment: [insert definitions for any words or legal jargon you did not know that came up in this reading] Muir/”D QWNOYWE wv’éifé’c/ EV uwbut'$W “WWW-#3 ‘ 40 (My (32¢ (gslfiivé ‘7‘” Wm CY’IWM ”‘51"th I~M.'+¢¢,l€c>mFaay 0v (/{UCS ' ” ‘ ' ...
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