Avoiding Litigation Through Effective Hiring

Law360, New York (March 5, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- In simplest terms, all employment litigation involves an allegation that the employer did not make a sensible and responsible business decision: that it broke a promise (such as failing to follow a procedure upon which an employee relied), acted for a reason that the law defines as improper (such as “whistleblowing”) or irrelevant (such as race, sex or age) or behaved in a manner intended to cause harm and wholly unrelated to business interests (such as gossiping about the reason for an employee’s termination to those...
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