"We believe that all employees will find this information both interesting and important. Many employees have no idea that they may have rights in the protection of their personal reputation that are much stronger than their rights to their jobs. At will employees can be terminated at any time for no reason. This book points out that even if your employer can terminate you they cannot ruin your good name or your reputation as an excuse for terminating you, or as a side effect of your termination. Pay particular attention to the section dealing with performance reviews. Very enlightening."
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
The California Survival Handbook was written by David Hurd in 1998. This is what he says about his book:
- Christmas parties are just another excuse to consu...
- Christmas Clip Art
- Christmas Cat
- sample pix
- Best Christmas Movie
- Master Chief will be coming into town for Christma...
- Christmas trees bound for troops' families EmailPr...
- Visit the North Pole
- Merry Christmas Balls
- Xmas Picture
- Christmas Picture
- Hooray for Asynchronous Internet!
- Libel definition
- Halo 3 Article
- I have taken a quote from CNN discussing Hillary C...
- quotes clinton/obama exchange gets nasty
- Employee rights
- Libel law changed forever in 1964 with the United ...
- Grouchy Student Has a Close Call
- Block Quote
- Sample blockquote -- Obama v. Clinton
- Spring semester internship opportunity
- Libel and HTML: In class Tuesday
- Turkey for me and Turkey for you
- Trash or Truth?
- Eye candy! Rushing the season ...
- "Dirty" Politics
- Gooble Gooble
- It's Aliiiive... Well, not quite
- Halo 3 Video on Youtube
- Gobble Gooble
- history of thanksgiving
- edited test
- Happy Thanksgiving: thanks to HTML
- Here's a valuable website ... www.journalism.org/
- State of the media in Springfield / READ
- For Thursday -- read and be ready to write
- Bernstein: 'Best obtainable version of truth'
- Creativity soars ... like a drowsy mammal!
- Weasel flier -- exercise in class 11/8
- COMM 393: Reminder on Senior Portfolios
- Media bias in eye of beholder?
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