Orders issued before the effective date of termination of the contract remains enforceable.
What does DOT stand for?
DOT stands for Date of Termination
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- Deep Oceanographic Survey Vehicle
- Department of Social Welfare (various locations)
- Department on the Status of Women (San Francisco, California)
- Diffusion Ordered Spectroscopy (NMR technique)
- Diocese of Shrewsbury Youth (UK)
- De Overzeese Sociale Zekerheid (Dutch: The Service for Overseas Social Security)
- Damage Over Time (gaming)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In ruling in favor of the employee, the department found that because the employee did not receive notice, express or fairly implied, that his poor performance could be grounds for termination, the employer could not terminate the employee "for cause" for the purpose of prorating his salary to the date of termination.
RT, Doha A: As per Article 10 of Labour Law you have one year period commencing from the date of termination of your contract to file a labour case against your employer.
Conversely, employers owe to their employees certain duties, including a duty to pay employees all earned compensation prior to the date of termination.
If an employee unreasonably refuses an offer to renew their contract of employment immediately at the date of termination or within four weeks following the termination date they will not be entitled to a statutory redundancy payment provided that the offer is made whilst the employment is still continuing.
This date is six weeks earlier than the original planned date of termination, September 28, due to the struggling financial situation of Boonstra Riverline, the company that owns and operates the easyCruiseTwo riverboats.
The Reconstruction Acts, also known as the Military Reconstruction Acts, provided no date of termination for Federal military rule in the South.