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1. What are some of the conditions of employment within any given organization?

2. What conditions of employment could be considered unethical if not complied with appropriately?

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1. What are some of the conditions of employment within any given organization?

There are some basic working conditions that are legal requirements for all organizations, and organizations also have a specific policy listing the conditions of employment. Some of the basic conditions of employment include such things as hours of work, minimum wages, sick leave, vacation pay, meal intervals, overtime pay, payment for working on Sunday, public holidays and payment for work on public holidays, provisions for annual leave, termination of contract rules, victimization not allowed, allow ...

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This solution discusses some of the conditions of employment within any given organization. It also discusses the conditions of employment could be considered unethical if not complied with appropriately. References are provided.

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