Employment Law Name Institutional Affiliation Date Case #3 Today Companies cannot tolerate indolence in its workers since they expect 100% input of all workers. The slacking effect of Dora has significant impact to the Company as whole and more so to her co-workers who are working hard to cover her. If the manager is unaware or chooses not to address this situation then morale suffers and it may even lead to exit of good workers leave alone lowering their standards. Therefore there is management responsibility required in this case. The management has responsibility to end this upcoming trend otherwise it will lead to trade dispute (Industrial Court of Trinidad in USA. It allows employer to terminate employee if they fail to conform to standards (Ogletree 2018). However courts have carved out this excerption in the rule. Another legal implication touches on National Labor Relations Act where workers are protected by unions. In some states like the Montana this would have been possible if it was a contract in the employer’s handbook. References Unites States Department of Labor. (2018). OSHA - Employer Responsibilities | Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Retrieved from www.osha.gov Relations Act Chapter 88:01. (2009). The industrial court of Trinidad and Tobago. Ogletree D. (2018 January 2). Employment & labor law in the USA | Lexology. Retrieved from https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=9393a7bf-7b92-4212-8523-2a1fdd979a2f [...]
Please see the attached case studies and respond to the questions in a 1 page response (per case... so 2 cases..) Please label each response by the case #. Also, Please be sure to include the law, statute, case, executive order that is the basis for your opinion.