Name Professor Course Assignment Title Date Business Law Case Analysis Employment contact; a) Consider whether the decision says something about the law beyond simply how the outcome affected the parties to the dispute. The decision made in this case says something about the law beyond how the outcome affected the parties to the dispute. This can best be proven from the number of alternatives that are given by the court which each party would have taken in order to ensure that the terms of employment did not come into contradiction and hence arriving at a disputed stage. The decision made in this case was out. c) Are there any ethical or business practices that could be applied to avoid this problem – If so what are they? Yes for example earlier notifications when terminating some employees to avoid conflict of interests are very vital. Also employees who have worked for indefinite term contract should be paid their due salaries for the duration they have been office. Besides clear expression of employer and employees interests and intentions is very paramount to the success of any institution and business identity. Moreover off job behaviors that have negative impact on the employer or employee should be avoided. Commentary based on https://www.canlii.org/en/mb/mbqb/doc/2009/2009mbqb216/2009mbqb216.html?autocompleteStr=Bohn&autocompletePos [...]
1.Consider whether the decision says something about the law beyond simply how the outcome affected the parties to the dispute. How will the legal principles discussed in this case be applied in other similar cases? 2.Answer the question: What can we learn from this to avoid these kinds of problems in the future – What should have been done differently in this case and by others in the future? Are there any ethical or business practices that could be applied to avoid this problem – If so, what are they? 3. When writing your summary, do not copy the case. Quoting, where appropriate, is permitted .