2 edition of The impact of employment legislation on small firms found in the catalog.
The impact of employment legislation on small firms
|Statement||Paul Edwards, Monder Ram and John Black.|
|Series||Employment relations research series -- 20|
|Contributions||Ram, Monder, 1961-, Black, John., Great Britain. Dept. of Trade and Industry.|
|LC Classifications||HD2346.G7 E34 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||2007360618|
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Get this from a library. Impact of employment legislation on small firms. [Richard Clifton; Charlotte Tatton-Brown; Great Britain. Department of Employment.]. Executive summary.
The impact of employment legislation on small firms is mixed, and is contingent on the market context and the individual situation of each firm. The effects mainly arise from the context of the legislation as opposed to its content. impact of regulation and legislation on small business.
It focuses on laws and regulations in four key regulatory areas: corporate securities, environmental protection, employment, and health insurance. In each of these areas, the review summarizes the regulatory environment, discusses. The economic-stimulus legislation includes $ billion in loans for small companies.
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The Impact of Minimum Wage on Small Businesses, Workers, and Employment in the United States Dr. Navid Ghani Five Towns College Professor of Sociology and History N Service Rd, Dix Hills, NY United States Abstract Minimum wage issues are one of the most controversial and political topics in American politics today.
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This paper examines the impact of employment protection legislation (EPL) on hiring decisions by own-account workers and firing decisions by very small firms (one to four employees).
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