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Friday, September 10, 2010

Duties Between Employees and Employers

The old paradigm governing relations between employer and employee -- or master and servant -- has changed.  Have the duties owed by one party to the other changed as well?

Customarily, there is the expectation that the parties owe each other certain duties.  The employer pays the employee and promises continued employment; in return, the employee remains loyal to and exercises care for the work done for the employer.

Has this changed, in light of the erosion of the traditional relationship?  When employer-employee relations are considered to be more than just "at will" employment but virtually a minute-to-minute, everchanging relationship, what are the real duties owed by the parties? 

I would be interested to hear what the public has to say about this.

Eric Dixon is a New York lawyer and president of Eric Dixon LLC.  He is a practicing lawyer but consults on a variety of issues including economic and management issues, legal issues and lawsuit management issues.  He is available for comment or consultation at 917-696-2442 and edixon@NYBusinessCounsel.com.

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