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The Right to Be Treated with Respect

The Golden Rule of Employee Relations
  • Jonathan T. Hyman

Abstract

Why do employees sue? I often think about this question. More often than not, it comes down to respect. Employees sue when they feel disrespected or when they perceive unfair treatment. Yet, it is not simply enough for an employer to treat employees well during their tenure. Employers should also strive to treat employees well in conjunction with their terminations and even thereafter.

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