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The Status Of A Modern Worker – Who Is My Employer ?
Decades of breath-taking technological evolutions have produced complex structures that have transformed/disrupted the world of work.
Nigeria
6 Feb 2019
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"Punish Me Once, My Fault…Punish Me Twice, Your Fault" Double Jeopardy In The Work Place
Mr. Onyema eventually resumed on December 6, 2013, on completing the second suspension; however, the Bank refused to pay his salaries for his subsequent services.
Nigeria
3 Dec 2018
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"You Are Hereby Restrained From Engaging In Same/Similar Vocation As Ours" - A Case Analysis Of The Non-Compete Clause In A Contract Of Employment.
In all, the Court held that neither Infinity's claims nor Mr. Kumar's counterclaim succeeded, and the case was accordingly dismissed.
Nigeria
3 Dec 2018
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"Is A Terminated/Dismissed Worker Obliged To Repay Staff Loans?"
It is not unusual for employers to provide loan schemes for employees for the purpose of acquiring properties or undertaking personal projects.
Nigeria
3 Dec 2018
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From Frying Pan To Fire - Dismissal In Retrospect
In the course of disciplinary proceedings, it is common practice for an employer to suspend an accused employee pending the conclusion of investigations and disciplinary hearings.
Nigeria
3 Dec 2018
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The Duty Of Confidentiality In Employer/Employee Relationships; Are There Any Limits?
It therefore becomes imperative to achieve a balance of employer and employee interests and due protection of pertinent disclosures.
Nigeria
15 Aug 2018
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You Can Fire But With Reason
A recent judgment of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria, handed down in the case of Afolayan Aderonke v. Skye Bank has reiterated the new dispensation in the determination of employment contracts.
Nigeria
14 Aug 2018
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"I Resign With Immediate Effect"
An employee resigning, especially due to unpalatable circumstances such as habitual non- payment/past-due payment of salaries or unfair labour practices by employer, can be a truly unsavoury event ...
Nigeria
14 Aug 2018
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‘Can An Employer Fire An Employee Over A Case In Court?' - Workplace Criminality
Gbenga was a cleaner at AC Ltd. On a Tuesday morning, while carrying out his duties, Gbenga was arrested by the police, alongside a security guard.
Nigeria
14 Aug 2018
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‘Arbitration Clauses In Contracts Of Employment?' - A Necessity Or Superfluity
After years of academic and professional pursuit, a white-collar job is the desire of many, and Richard had just secured one.
Nigeria
14 Aug 2018
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‘When Does One Cease To Be An Employee?' - Status Of Employment During Study Leave
Caught in the web of which career path to take, Raymond finally got a clue.
Nigeria
13 Aug 2018
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‘Hire Me- You Must!' ‘Hire Me- You Have!'
The world of work appears organised within a set, or well-ordered pattern. Parties have come to expect and even embrace the predictability of the entire process; ...
Nigeria
13 Aug 2018
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"Not Strong Enough For The Job"
It is not unknown that from time to time ‘life happens'. When it does, it could place a person in situations that can be quite life changing, sometimes in a very significant way.
Nigeria
13 Aug 2018
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Privacy, Social Media And The Workplace
It was about noon. Samuel had concluded some routine workplace assignments, but had a few more to attend to. He heaved a sigh, and thought- ‘I'll resume to those, after this well-deserved time-out'.
Nigeria
13 Aug 2018
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Can An Employer Fire An Employee Over A Case In Court? - Workplace Criminality
Gbenga was a cleaner at AC Ltd. On a Tuesday morning, while carrying out his duties, Gbenga was arrested by the police, alongside a security guard.
Nigeria
19 Mar 2018
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When Does One Cease To Be An Employee?
Caught in the web of which career path to take, Raymond finally got a clue.
Nigeria
19 Mar 2018
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Treaties And Conventions In The Context Of Industrial Relations: The Enforceability Of International Agreements Locally
A contention made recently in the course of labor negotiations by A (a Union) to B (an employer) that "…you have no option, you must sign a Conditional Bargaining Agreement (CBA) …" contending further, that failure to do so puts you "…in contravention of the law", prompts this article.
Nigeria
30 Oct 2012
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