Can My Employer Change My Contract of Employment?

Answer When employers and employees enter into a working relationship they generally make an employment contract. In some cases, the contract is a written document, while in others, the contract is a verb... Read More »

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Can Title Vii Override the Employment Contract Between an Employer & an Employee?

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is a federal law that prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of a worker's race, sex, color, national origin or religion. Title VII applies to... Read More »

How to Change a Contract of Employment?

An employment contract is an agreement between an employer and an employee, which provides for the rights and obligations of both parties. Rights and obligations described in an employment contract... Read More »

Can My Employer Change My Contract Without My Signature?

Changes to an employment contract usually require the approval of both the employer and the employee. An employee and her employer must sign the contract to validate the agreement. Changes to an em... Read More »

Psychological Contract Vs. Employment Contract?

Psychological contracts and employment contracts are similar in the sense that they both specify what tasks the signer agrees to accomplish and to avoid, but the specific purpose for these contract... Read More »