Consider how the world of business interacts with the legal realm. What skills does a non-legal person need as an employee?
What legal training do you feel a businessperson needs in order to make good decisions? Please refer to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. What (non-legal) positions there require a more than average understanding of legal issues?
What are the average salaries of those personnel?
Do you think you would enjoy liaising with legal personnel for a business?
Feel free to enliven this paper with personal experience.
Business Law in the Workplace
Employees have rights that are protected by the law in their contact of employment. However, most employees are not usually aware of these rights until well they are asked to join a work union, which fights for their rights. Other than letting the work unions fight for their rights, employees need to have some basic skills about law that protect and define their relationship with their employers.
The most significant information that employees should possess is in formation about their contract. According to Muhl (2001), “employees without a written employment contract generally can be fired for good cause, bad cause, or no cause at all; judicial except...