Ask Cari: What Does “At Will Employment” Mean?

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The term “at will employment” may be interpreted many ways by a lay person, but it is actually a legal term meaning that either party (employer or employee) may terminate employment at any time without notice for any reason (with limited exceptions), unless there is a contract stating otherwise.  However, a contract may modify that by wording such as “I …

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Ask Cari: I Have a Problem with Employees Missing Shifts. Should I address this in my Employment Handbook?

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I always tell my business clients that having an employee handbook is imperative.  It is, essentially, the laws of the employment relationship.  It can be as detailed as the employer would like and can cover anything that might arise affecting the employer/employee relationship.  While many state and federal laws govern certain aspects of the employer/employee relationship, a lot is left …

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