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Comment travailler avec les indépendants ?: Consultants externes...
by Daniel Pardo

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French

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Publication Date

May 26, 2017

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Le recours aux consultants indépendants devient une pratique de plus en plus répandue en entreprise. <br /><br />Mais quels sont les risques lorsque l’on travaille avec un consultant externe ? Comment éviter la requalification en contrat de travail ? Comment réussir l’intégration d’un indépendant en mission dans son entreprise ? Voilà quelques questions qu’un dirigeant d’entreprise peut se poser avant de faire appel à des experts externes.<br /><br /><br />Ce livre a pour objectif de transmettre une méthode par étapes et les outils nécessaires pour missionner des intervenants externes en entreprise. <br /><br />Il s’adresse donc aux :<br /><br />-entreprises souhaitant travailler avec des indépendants basés en France,<br /><br />-et aux consultants externes qui dans le cadre de leurs missions font intervenir d'autres indépendants.<br /><br /><br />Vous trouverez des outils et astuces pratiques vous permettant de :<br /><br />-comprendre les implications du statut juridique du consultant auquel vous faites appel, <br /><br />-sécuriser la relation avec le travailleur indépendant,<br /><br />-démarrer la mission dans les meilleures conditions,<br /><br />-conclure la prestation et effectuer une passation efficace.<br /><br /><br />Toutes ces bonnes pratiques sont issues d’expériences concrètes d’une trentaine d’experts d’horizons différents et complémentaires. <br /><br />Ce livre est issu du dernier chapitre de l’ouvrage « <i>Travaillez comme indépendant en mode mission</i> » du même auteur.
Die Haftung des Abschlussprüfers und Schadensprävention mittels...
by Johannes Fontner

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German

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Publication Date

May 26, 2017

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Eine fehlerhafte Jahresabschlussprüfung kann in vielerlei Hinsicht zu unterschiedlichen<br />Vermögensschaden führen. Ziel der Arbeit ist es, die Haftung des Abschlussprüfers und<br />Möglichkeiten zur Reduktion der Haftung darzulegen. Der erste Teil beschäftigt sich mit<br />einigen theoretischen Grundlagen über die Abschlussprüfung und Abschlussprüfer. Darauf<br />aufbauend werden im zweiten Teil Haftungsvoraussetzungen und Haftung des<br />Abschlussprüfers erläutert. Der dritte Teil handelt um die Qualitätssicherung der<br />Abschlussprüfung, wobei die geltenden Bestimmungen über die interne und externe<br />Qualitätssicherung erläutert werden. Abschließend werden die wichtigsten Erkenntnisse der<br />Arbeit zusammengefasst.
Todo mundo está esperando (Portuguese Edition)
by Bruno Monteiro

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Portuguese

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Publication Date

May 26, 2017

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A prova foi conclusivo. Depois de receber um telegrama, os cúmplices de Paris correram para tomar medidas. Às dez horas da noite eles enviaram uma celebridade na estrada nacional número catorze, indo ao longo da floresta Arkskogo em Dieppe. Ao mesmo tempo, o fogo começou devido a uma gangue de ladrões conseguiram roubar seu líder e movê-lo para a pousada, onde na chegada o médico realizou operação de cerca de duas horas da manhã.<br /><br />Todos esses fatos não estão em dúvida. O inspetor-chefe Ganimard, especialmente enviado de Paris, juntamente com o inspetor Folenfanom determinou que o veículo visto à noite em Pontoise, em Gorne e na Forge. O mesmo está a caminho de Dieppe para Ambryumezi; vestígios do carro perdeu na meia légua do castelo, mas no caminho da porta do parque para as ruínas do mosteiro foram descobertas numerosas pegadas. Além disso, Ganimard descobriu que a fechadura da porta foi quebrado.
Ninguém dorme (Portuguese Edition)
by Afonso Castelhano

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Portuguese

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Publication Date

May 26, 2017

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Ele desligou. Sem entusiasmo, ele olhou para os relatórios departamentais, que tinha parado sua mesa. Examinei-los um por um, encontrando nada de anormal. Adeptos da ""Nova Era"" definir a antena em alguma cidade da Alsácia, cientologistas realizaram uma manifestação no café, com a venda de livros Rona Habbarda e até mesmo alguma seita abriu uma escola de música para recrutar seguidores ... rotina sólida.<br /><br />Pensando nela, ele pegou a preparação dos primeiros relatórios. acontecimentos de ontem não saía de sua cabeça. Quem impediu Paul? Se ele era uma vítima aleatória de um maníaco? Mas uma vez que ele havia pedido Ari vir urgentemente, portanto, sabia que acima dele em perigo ... Quem estava ao volante de um sedan marrom? O assassino? Será que ele quer matar Ari ou apenas assustar? E que esconde Mona Safran? Como é que Paul nomeado como sua executrix?
Family, Pregnancy and Medical Leave (FMLA, CFRA, & PLA): A Legal ...
by T. Stanford Erickson

Language

English

Pages

50

Publication Date

May 23, 2017

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California employers must consider both state and federal laws, such as the California Family Rights Act (CFRA), California Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA). <br />Congress enacted the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) in 1978 to make clear that discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII). Thus, the PDA extended to pregnancy Title VII's goals of achieving equality of employment opportunities and removing barriers that have operated in the past to favor some employees over other employees<br />The federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) contain overlapping and sometimes conflicting employee rights and employer obligations regarding California family leave.<br />Medical leaves of absence may also involve consideration of disability leave under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), California workers' compensation laws, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). <br />Pregnancy related illnesses are considered disabilities by California law; employees often have a right to disability insurance payments during their leave.<br />The FMLA and CFRA both require covered employers to provide time off for personal illness, to attend to the illness of a family member and in connection with the birth or adoption of a child. Though this sounds simple, FMLA leave act and CFRA issues are among the most litigated of all employment law cases and can result in large liabilities. Therefore, employers must be aware of and comply with all legal requirements. <br />Although, the laws are constantly changing, and should be reviewed with an attorney when evaluating any specific situation, this guide provides an overview of California leave laws and the interaction of these laws with the federal requirements such as the FMLA and the ADA.<br />
Antitrust in Germany and Japan: The First Fifty Years, 1947-1998 ...
by John O. Haley

Language

English

Pages

264

Publication Date

May 01, 2017

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<P>Antitrust in Germany and Japan presents an innovative, comparative analysis of the development and enforcement of two antitrust regimes, illustrating how each was shaped by American occupation strategies and policies following World War II. First imposed in 1947, the antitrust controls in Germany and Japan were the world�s first outside the United States. Those enacted in Japan continue in force, whereas in Germany, following a decade of debate, the occupation legislation was superseded in 1975 by the Law Against Restraints of Competition.</P><P>This study explores the ironies and errors that led to the enactment of the German and Japanese statutes and emphasizes the unexpected degree of convergence that has occurred during the past fifty years through amendment and practice. It compares in detail the institutional structure and processes for the enforcement of antitrust controls as well as the system of remedies and sanctions available under each statute. It notes the debates in Germany and Japan over the effectiveness of statutes, particularly the still timely debate in 1970s Germany over a proposal for criminal sanctions.</P><P>Antitrust in Germany and Japan reveals many unexpected and controversial similarities between the two antitrust regimes and demonstrates the extent to which American policy toward Germany determined American policy in Japan not only during presurrender planning but also throughout the occupation. It also challenges the prevailing view of the relative strength of antitrust controls in Germany relative to the weakness of antitrust in Japan.</P><P>This book will be of interest to corporate lawyers as well as to legal historians and scholars of political economy.</P>
The Limits of Freedom of Contract
by Michael J. Trebilcock

Language

English

Pages

310

Publication Date

March 25, 1997

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Our legal system is committed to the idea that private markets and the law of contracts that supports them are the primary institutions for allocating goods and services in a modern economy. Yet the market paradigm, this book argues, leaves substantial room for challenge.
Owned: Property, Privacy, and the New Digital Serfdom
by Joshua A. T. Fairfield

Language

English

Pages

260

Publication Date

July 31, 2017

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In this compelling examination of the intersection of smart technology and the law, Joshua A. T. Fairfield explains the crisis of digital ownership - how and why we no longer control our smartphones or software-enable devices, which are effectively owned by software and content companies. In two years we will not own our 'smart' televisions which will also be used by advertisers to listen in to our living rooms. In the coming decade, if we do not take back our ownership rights, the same will be said of our self-driving cars and software-enabled homes. We risk becoming digital peasants, owned by software and advertising companies, not to mention overreaching governments. Owned should be read by anyone wanting to know more about the loss of our property rights, the implications for our privacy rights and how we can regain control of both.
Reasonable Accommodations in the Workplace: A Legal Resource Guid...
by T. Stanford Erickson

Language

English

Pages

90

Publication Date

May 24, 2017

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This guide provides information about reasonable accommodations for employers, workers, and HR professionals. <br /><br />The California Fair Employment and Housing Act requires employers of five or more employees to provide reasonable accommodation for individuals with a physical or mental disability to apply for jobs and to perform the essential functions of their jobs unless it would cause an undue hardship.<br /><br />Title I of The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) also requires employers with 15 or more employees to provide qualified individuals with disabilities with reasonable accommodations. <br /><br />The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects any employee with a permanent, long-term or chronic disability in private and government organizations, labor unions and employment agencies against discrimination because of a disability. <br />Under the ADA, employers are required to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified employees with disabilities, unless doing so would pose an undue hardship.<br /><br />A reasonable accommodation is assistance or changes to a position or workplace that will enable an employee to do his or her job despite having a disability.<br /><br />These protections extend to all work-related activities, from the job application process through termination, including working conditions and fringe benefits. <br /><br />Although this guide should not be relied upon as a definitive statement of the law, it is intended to highlight workplace accommodations policy and procedures. It will familiarize you with the content of these laws, including recent changes and amendments to state statutes and an employer’s accommodation responsibilities.
Working to Rule: The Damaging Economics of UK Employment Regula...
by J. R. Shackleton

Language

English

Pages

286

Publication Date

May 19, 2017

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Employment regulation has been growing rapidly. This has not exclusively, or even mainly, come from the European Union. Recent UK governments have added such significant new measures as the National Living Wage, workplace pensions and the Apprenticeship Levy. The costs of such regulation are frequently assumed – by both advocates and opponents – to fall on business profits. This isn’t so, except in the very short run. They are instead transferred in part to consumers, but mainly to employees themselves. Mandated benefits – longer holidays or extended maternity leave – mean reduced pay growth and fewer job opportunities. Anti-discrimination laws lead to fewer openings for disadvantaged groups, while employment protection legislation worsens job prospects for the young. Excessive regulation acts as a barrier to entry, shielding incumbents and deterring the foundation of new enterprises. Attempts to restrict new types of employment in the ‘gig’ economy are counterproductive, serving ‘insiders’ at the expense of ‘outsiders’. This book combines a history of employment laws with detailed analysis of the troublesome effects of various interventions. The author argues for a fundamental rethink. Some basic labour market regulation may still be necessary, but far less than we currently have.

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