Judicial Politics and Behavior

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Judicial Politics And Behavior YourFirstName YourLastName University title Q.1 Firing or sacking is an informal word for dismissal which is termination of employment by employer against the employees will. Firing is a common term particularly in US and it is also known as as sacked, boned, axed, canned or given walking papers. Being fired as oppesed to qutting the job voluntarily (being laid off), is perceived being the employee’s fault thus considered a sign of failure and disgraceful. Since finding a new or another job is is difficult after firing and especially if the employee had not held the job or the position for a long period (Hugh, 2005). Mostly probationary employees are dismissed when an employer finds better…show more content…
They are called “dinosaurs” or inept human resource administrators. They are mainly racist and un caring because they have served for long, do not have degree, not certified and unqualified. Consistency in the documentation is key (Stephen, 2009). Harmony between the employer’s reason for why the firing took place and the documentation on the employee’s work history can mean the difference between a simple parting of ways and a prolonged and messy legal battle, and employment attorneys know this. If an ex-employee’s lawyer, looking for evidence of a wrongful termination, sees a lack of consistency in the employee’s personnel files or a lack or records at all, employers should consider that blood on the water. Another very important consideration is whether an employee slated for possible termination is a member of a protected class. Federal law prohibits discrimination based on a number of factors such as race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, age, disability, or citizenship.State and local laws also can provide additional protection to employees. For example, no federal law currently protects against discrimination based on sexual orientation but a large number of states do. State-by-state comparison of 50 employment laws in all 50 states, including sexual orientation discrimination, final paycheck, unemployment compensation, and noncompete agreements. Another very important consideration is
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