Individual Employment Disputes: Definite and Indefinite Term Contracts


This work discusses the individual contract of employment at a time of significant changes in the judicial case law. Revealing that labor courts and arbitrators still favor employers' rights to freely discharge employees, Brodie focuses on the themes that remain constant, including judicial restraint, employer rights, and just cause. All facets of creating, modifying, and ending the employment relationship are examined. Topics covered include forums for contract disputes, specific clauses subject to frequent dispute, and statutes and the employment at will doctrine.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991


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