Employment Contracts Archives

Union workers prepare to strike after employment contract dispute

Unions first came into existence as a way to ensure that workers' rights were protected. These organizations still serve a vital purpose, especially in situations where workers and employers are unable to reach an accord during an employment contract dispute. These unions work hard to ensure that employees are not forced to concede key points when its time for contracts to be renewed. It is likely that many California workers have been well represented by their unions in these circumstances. 

Steelworkers claim need for better employment contracts

In many sectors, the job market struggled to rebound from the recession that hit several years ago. At that time, workers often were forced to accept less than ideal employment contracts in order to continue to bring home a paycheck. However, many industries have seen a resurgence in production, and as such, workers here in California and elsewhere may now have more reasons to seek better terms in upcoming contract renewals.

Nurses strike after impasse in employment contract dispute

Nurses are on the front lines of patient care. They often work long hours under hectic conditions, which is why many of them seek protection for their rights under a union. However, even with the assistance of these unions, not every employment contract dispute is easily resolved, as many California workers can attest.

California town takes employment contract dispute public

In many ways, teachers, school boards and parents are equal partners in the education of a city's youth. When a decision is made to air an employment contract dispute out in the open, then that partnership could be damaged. Recently, one California city made this decision.

Definition of employment contracts and what constitutes a breach

There are specific laws that dictate who is to be considered an employee and how that relationship is to be regulated. Additionally, there are also degrees of what can be considered breaches of those employment contracts. If a California worker believes that he or she has been a victim of a breach on the part of an employer, he or she does have the right to seek a remedy.

Passengers grounded in the middle of employment contract dispute

The majority of the time, when an employee and a company cannot come to terms, no one outside of the conflict is impacted. However, there are situations when California residents are directly affected by the fallout of an employment contract dispute. Such may be the case in the current disagreement between pilots and Spirit Airlines.

Emergency dispatchers caught up in employment contract dispute

One of the worst outcomes imaginable could result if a person experiencing a true emergency isn't able to reach help when calling 9-1-1. However, when these critical employees are caught up in an employment contract dispute, this could possibly happen if no one is left to answer these pleas for assistance. Every county in California, as well as every other state, has a center that employs these dedicated workers.

State blames employment contract dispute in California for issues

When workers are experiencing difficulties with an employer, the issue can have far-reaching effects. An employment contract dispute can cause ripples throughout the industry or community in which the conflict is occurring. However, successfully negotiating or litigating these disputes can ensure that workers' rights are protected in the long run.

Teachers, board hit employment contract dispute roadblock

While students are still in the midst of the current academic year, teachers in one district are working to iron out their contracts with the local school board for the next three year term. Unfortunately, just as the vote to approve a new contract was taken, a last minute employment contract dispute arose. Many California teachers have faced issues with their own employment contracts during their careers. 

California workers have options in employment contract dispute

In most states, the construction industry is usually in full swing as long as the ever-changing seasons are favorable to outdoor work. As many California workers know, their chosen profession is not without its issues, including the troubling possibility of an employment contract dispute. There are options available that may assist one in overcoming these often seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

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