Hong Kong Legal Principles

Author: Stephen D. Mau
Publisher: Hong Kong University Press
ISBN: 9888139746
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Important Topics for Students and Professionals, Second Edition Stephen D. Mau
. employment agreement. It should be noted that an employment contract is a
legally binding agreement and is therefore subject to the usual rules of contract
law.189 A. Statutory Implications Four anti-discrimination ordinances ... 8.097–
8.101; DOWNEY , supra note 12, at §§F.35–F.42 for discussions, examples, and
explanations on the protections afforded by the Disability Discrimination
Ordinance. 192.

Aaa Handbook On Mediation Second Edition

Author: American Arbitration Association
Publisher: Juris Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1933833505
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Several years ago I mediated a high-dollar employment discrimination case
between a terminated executive and his former corporate employer. Midway
through the first day of ... After the explanation, did that direct and candid
communication influence the nature of the negotiations, bringing the parties
closer to settlement? Absolutely! The president was a ... People (1991) pp. 18-19.
15 See, for example, Ross R. Hart, Improving Your Chance of Success During
Construction Mediation, ...

Professional Business Skills

Author: Lee Perlitz
Publisher: Pearson Higher Education AU
ISBN: 1442550414
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Indirect discrimination means having a requirement for the job that, although it is
the same for everyone, • is unfair to certain groups. Not recognising valid
qualifications gained overseas would be an example of indirect discrimination.
Legislation introduced by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission
includes: Age Discrimination Act • 2004 – which states that people may not be
treated less favourably on the ground of age in various areas of public life,
including ...

Moral Matters Second Edition

Author: Jan Narveson
Publisher: Broadview Press
ISBN: 9781551112121
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But when you don't hire someone, you are, precisely, doing nothing to them:
discrimination in hiring consists in passing people over for a certain kind of good
treatment — giving them a desired job. Thus it consists in not doing a good rather
than doing a harm. Those you don't hire may have expected you to and be
disappointed when you did not, but that doesn't mean you have actually harmed
them, unless they had a right that you not disappoint them in that respect. Yet the
normal ...

Ethics And Values In Industrial Organizational Psychology Second Edition

Author: Joel Lefkowitz
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317241894
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explanation in the abstract, there is something disquieting about a point of view
that seems to preclude any moral condemnation of a set of cultural practices as
long as it effectively fulfilled the designated functions of German society during
the ... ing customary aspects of our own society as immoral (e.g., ethnic- or sex-
based employment discrimination) during a period of time when they are
considered acceptable and legal, or of seeing ways in which other societies
might be better.

Introduction To Human Factors And Ergonomics For Engineers Second Edition

Author: Mark R. Lehto
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439853940
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practical experience in the field of labor relations knows that employees who file
grievances, quit, or otherwise express their dissatisfaction often state in rather
strong terms that they feel they are underpaid and that pay rates are not set in an
... Employee fears that productivity increases will lead to reductions in the
workforce or not be fairly shared are both possible explanations of the latter

Beginning Cataloging 2nd Edition

Author: Jean Weihs
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440838453
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The examples in the following explanation of cross-references refer to Figures
6.2 and 6.3, on pages 78 and 79. Note that LCSH has a ... An example is the UF
reference at Civil service, which tells the cataloger to use this term in place of “
Government employees.” Every USE reference ... For example, the RTs in the
Sears list (Figure 6.2), Civil rights and Freedom, mean similar things, while the
RTs Civil rights and Discrimination have opposite but related meanings. LCSH
has chosen ...

Methods In Medical Ethics

Author: Jeremy Sugarman MD, MPH, MA
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 1589016238
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Second Edition Jeremy Sugarman MD, MPH, MA, Daniel P. Sulmasy MD, PhD,
OFM. topics and issues of interest to medical ethics, we provide two key
examples of how legal considerations and legal arguments can contribute to the
ways in which medical ethics issues are discussed in the literature and
addressed in law and policy.These examples illustrate how legal scholarship can
help distinguish between what law is and what it ought to be, with respect to a
medical ethics issue, ...

Introduction To Public Health Second Edition

Author: Raymond L. Goldsteen, DrPH
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826196675
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... to the need for explanations. Discrimination and its consequences are a recent
focus for investigations attempting to explain racial and ethnic disparities (Krieger
, 2000; Mays, Cochran, & Barnes, 2007). Nonphysical occupational factors also
affect health. For example, a great deal of research demonstrates the relationship
between poor health outcomes and the psychosocial work environment. The
demand–control model is one well-known theory, hypothesizing that employees
with ...

Organisational Behaviour In Southern Africa 2nd Edition

Publisher: Pearson South Africa
ISBN: 9781868918539
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Foundations of Individual Behaviour studies indicate a positive association
between age and satisfaction, at least up to age 60.26 Other studies, however,
have found a U-shaped relationship.27 Several explanations could clear up
these results, the most plausible being that these studies are intermixing
professional and nonprofessional employees. When the two types are separated,
satisfaction tends to continually increase among professionals as they age,
whereas it falls among ...