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Chapter 20 slides (for students)

Chapter 20 slides (for students) - Idaho is a right-to-work...

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Idaho is a right-to-work state. This means: That generally... That employees... 24% 76% 1. That generally employees are employed at-will and may be fired for any (legal) reason 2. That employees who work in a “bargaining unit” represented by a union cannot be forced to join or pay dues to the union
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Employment at will Employees may be terminated, or quit, for any reason or no reason at all Exceptions: Common law (Chap 20) Violation of public policy Express or implied contract Implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing – Idaho Metcalf v. Intermountain Gas Statutory (Chapters 21 & 22)
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Private employees who are fired unjustly have a constitutional due process right to challenge their termination. Yes, they do h... No, they do no... 40% 60% 1. Yes, they do have this right 2. No, they do not have this right
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Take out a piece of paper Which of the following are legal (in general)? a. monitoring employee email b.
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