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To demonstrate the organization's ongoing commitment to safety, Storey suggests that organizations ask employees to chip in part of the cost of the annual check or provide the results of an annual record check as a condition of continued employment.
This measure would prohibit unions and employers from negotiating "union shop" contracts that require employees to pay union membership or agency fees as a condition of continued employment.
When employers have reason to believe that a worker has a drug or alcohol problem, they usually require a professional evaluation as a condition of continued employment.
Federal-Mogul's drug policy statement clearly identifies that "remaining drug-free" is a condition of continued employment.
Each state requires entry-level police training or certification as a condition of continued employment.
In that case, Borg-Warner had argued that employees were required to sign the agreement as a condition of continued employment with Guardsmark and would benefit from the agreement.
An agency fee requires all bargaining unit members to make a financial contribution to the union as a condition of continued employment.
The kind of harassment where a supervisor uses his or her power over an employee to obtain an employee's submission to sexually inappropriate conduct as a condition of continued employment or other aspects of the job such as promotions and job assignments is called "quid pro quo.