How, as a manager, would you know if an employee action was protected by whistle-blower laws or not

What is (or should be) the goal of performance appraisals from a company perspective?

If a person enters a contract to sell property, and the buyer was required to pay total amount at closing, the closing date arrives and party one changes their minds about selling the property. besides this being a breach of contract, what relief is the buyer entitled to, if any?

A farmer has an agreement for a fixed price of a product that is being sold in interstate commerce for a competitive price. Is this legal? Doesn’t the trade commerce have regulations against this type of action?

How does the case Heye v. American Golf Corporation affect businesses today?

At-will employment relationships can be terminated for any (non-discriminatory) reason, but it might be in the best interest of the employer to terminate for actual cause. Why might this be so?

Title VII does not require preferential treatment for any protected class of persons. Is this in contradiction with affirmative action? Why or why not?

Assuming that I am the assistant manager my role is to deal with HR issues that arise routinely in the workplace. The first issue that I must deal with is: the discharges that had recently occurred at the Anderson Cost Club store, which is located in a right-to-work state. The general manager (GM) had fired

Assuming that I am the assistant manager my role is to deal with HR issues that arise routinely in the workplace. I must deal with the following issue: e-mail was sent to me from the Region’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), who is looking for ways to reduce employee costs. The key comments in the memo

Compare and contrast the realities of contract administration to the ideal situation. As a contract manager, which would be the most difficult “reality” for you to deal with? Why?

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