Employment LawAn employer of an emergency response service required its service employees to be on call every weekend, as they might be called to report within 10 minutes. While on call, employees were not permitted to leave their homes, as the employer’s contact was to their home phones. Also, employees were not permitted to drink alcohol on the weekends, because of their potential on-call duties. The employer did not pay for on-call weekends, and the employees sued. What are the issues, and what should the court decide? …………….Answer Preview…………..Employment law is the law that governs the relationship between employers and employees. It also specifies the rights and duties of workers. Employment law is out to ensure that the rights of workers are not violated. Employment law also states out the terms and conditions of payment, working conditions and working hours of employees (Bell, 2006). In the case where an employer dealing with emergency cases requires the employees to be on call on all weekends and does not pay for….APA337 words 5.00 – Added to cart
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