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Employment Law Definitions
Pay: (n) a type of damages award in an employment lawsuit that represents
the amount of money the employee would have earned if the employee was not fired
or denied a promotion illegally.
Assistance Program (Eap): (n) a workplace program provided by the employer
to assist employees in recovering from drug or alcohol abuse, emotional
problems, job stress, marital discord, or workplace conflict.
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