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Non-Compete Clauses: A Handy Guide 1000 667 Shegerian Law

Non-Compete Clauses: A Handy Guide

Employees must sign a contract before they begin their first official day at the workplace. For both them and the employer, this is an essential step that provides a clear…

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Breach of Contract: A Guide to Why It Should Be Avoided 1000 667 Shegerian Law

Breach of Contract: A Guide to Why It Should Be Avoided

People tend to look for a job that aligns with their values or piques their interests. Before getting hired, they go through numerous processes, such as interviews and examinations. They…

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Gender and Neo Pronouns: A Guide to Using the Correct Term 800 400 Shegerian Law

Gender and Neo Pronouns: A Guide to Using the Correct Term

There has been progress in the legal landscape, the realm of social opinions, and attitudes towards sexuality, gender identity, and gender expression. Nonetheless, discrimination is still rampant in all areas…

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A Guide to Workplace Bullying: 5 Types That You Must be Aware of 800 400 Shegerian Law

A Guide to Workplace Bullying: 5 Types That You Must be Aware of

Have you ever felt excluded by your colleagues? Did you ever have officemates that spread false rumors about you? If you answer yes, then you probably have a first-hand experience…

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A Comprehensive Guide to Implied and Oral Contracts of Employment 800 400 Shegerian Law

A Comprehensive Guide to Implied and Oral Contracts of Employment

Under the current legal system, agreements are typically solidified and bound through a contract. Contracts provide a record of commitments and obligations between two or more parties to prevent conflict…

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Forced Resignation: A Guide to Handling It Right 1200 628 Shegerian Law

Forced Resignation: A Guide to Handling It Right

As much as anyone wants to be the “perfect” employee, it’s simply not possible because there’s no such thing. Sometimes, there are situations at work where you cannot avoid making…

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How to Take Further Action When You’ve Been Passed Up for an Employee Promotion 1200 629 Shegerian Law

How to Take Further Action When You’ve Been Passed Up for an Employee Promotion

Workplace discrimination can be difficult to deal with regardless of your position, gender, age, or experience.  In most cases, this problem appears to be a huge and impenetrable wall that…

Remote Working Arrangements: A List of Possible Legal Issues 800 400 Shegerian Law

Remote Working Arrangements: A List of Possible Legal Issues

For nearly the past two years, the global pandemic has caused significant changes in how people approach work. Due to the health risks brought by the novel coronavirus, remote working…

How to Properly Respond to a Breach of Contract 2560 1709 Shegerian Law

How to Properly Respond to a Breach of Contract

In any business, compliance amongst stakeholders ensures smooth operations. In a highly complex environment such as a workplace, it takes more than just showing up to work every day. Maintaining…

Return-to-Work Policies & Guidelines Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic 2560 1707 Shegerian Law

Return-to-Work Policies & Guidelines Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Due to lockdowns and the need for self-isolation, there’s no denying that it has been a rough two years for everyone. Life as we know it may have changed, but…

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Eliminating Racism in the Workplace: A Handy Guide 800 400 Shegerian Law

Eliminating Racism in the Workplace: A Handy Guide

Racial discrimination has long been a deeply rooted social issue but is repeatedly ignored—that is, until recently. In 2020, racism came to be in the spotlight again when the Black…

Raising the Minimum Wage: Why It’s Time to Do It Now 2560 1707 Shegerian Law

Raising the Minimum Wage: Why It’s Time to Do It Now

According to a 2020 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report, 247,000 Americans age 16 and older were working jobs that pay the prevailing minimum wage of $7.25 per hour. Meanwhile,…

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