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

Answer 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 »

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Can Title VII Override an Employment Contract?

Employers are bound by contractual commitments and Federal law. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of "race, color, religion, sex, or national origin."

Can My Employer Change My Contract of Employment?

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 »

Is an employer required to provide a copy of an employee handbook to an employee?

Employers are not required by law to provide employees with employee handbooks. However, certain regulations require that companies post pertinent information such as minimum wage laws. Companies s... Read More »

When an employee is in an auto accident during business hours and the other driver decides to file a lawsuit for damages who is liable the employee or employer?

Answer If the employee was in a company vehicle, on company business, then the other driver would suit the company.But it also depends on where the accident took place, as the laws differ.