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There was a time when the contractual relationship between the employer and the employee was supposed to be none of the
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"There was a time when the contractual relationship between the employer and the employee was supposed to be none of the public's business. That time has passed"

- Frank Murphy

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This quote by Frank Murphy speaks with the changing nature of the employer-employee relationship. In the past, the information of the contractual relationship in between companies and workers were kept personal and not shared with the public. Nevertheless, in today's world, this is no longer the case. Companies are increasingly being held liable for their actions and the regards to their contracts with workers are now based on public scrutiny. This shift in attitude has actually been driven by the need for higher transparency and responsibility in the work environment. It is now expected that employers will be open and truthful about their contractual relationships with employees, and any violations of these contracts will be met public criticism. This quote serves as a tip that the days of keeping the details of the employer-employee relationship personal are over, and that employers should now be prepared to deal with public examination.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Frank Murphy between April 13, 1890 and July 19, 1949. He/she was a famous Politician from USA. The author also have 7 other quotes.

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