At-Will Employment

At-will employment refers to a relationship between an employer and employee where the employer can terminate the employee for any reason other than an illegal one. The termination can occur at any time, and the employer will not be held liable in a legal sense. At-will employment also allows employers to alter the terms of employment without facing consequences or having to give notice. Examples of shifts include work schedules, benefits, and wages. An employment contract may be used to adjust the at-will employment status.

Additionally, an employee may resign from their position at any time, whether or not they have a reason for doing so, when in an at-will employment situation.

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OSHA

May 23, 2024

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a division of the U.S. Department of Labor. It was established by Congress in 1970 to oversee and ensure healthy and safe working conditions for American workers. Its mission is to provide training and outreach, offer education and assistance, and set and enforce standards related to worker…

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Scripting/custom scripting

May 23, 2024

Scripting is like a mini program that runs on each line of a timecard. As it runs, one by one, it can make changes based on the conditions defined in the script. Its main purpose is to check a condition (for example, whether a punch meets a specific set of criteria). If it does meet…

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