Well, when a company is established for a partiular purpose eg. to carry out project, the company has to be wound up after the completion of the project. Most of the time, companies making losses for a long time are wound up. By mutual agreement of share holders also a company can be wound up. A court can order to wind up a company because of violation of law of the country. Whatever it is, winding up a company is more difficult than forming a company.
by kate124025 years ago
A lot of businesses, especially technology centered businesses, are now implementing software that counts their employees key strokes and monitoring their internet and computer use. Is this a violation of your...
by LoliHey14 months ago
Doesn't freedom of speech mean that there are no consequences?Lately we hear about people losing their jobs for stuff they tweet and post. People say, "Well, freedom of speech does not mean freedom from...
by Becki Rizzuti5 years ago
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by Timothius5 years ago
Can an employer force an employee to not express his opinion about the company through contract?Is that a violation of Freedom of Speech/Expression?
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