Your work as a contract employee for a U.S. based company that develops gaming software. Having been there for years, and going into the office five days a week for usually more than forty hours a week, you were inspired by the various projects you have worked on and in your spare time, using company equipment, you work on your own side project – an app that would give gamers an edge. You know that your company’s business partners would be very enthusiastic about this new product, and you would probably make a great profit; in fact, you might be able to retire! You decide to reach out to these business relationships to see who might have interest.
Infographics provide visual representations of information; they are intended to make the information easier to understand and more quickly digested. They can be developed from scratch if the creator has an artistic flair and the proper software, but are more often created utilizing infographic creation tools/sites.
Infographic tools can be found online by searching for “infographic creator”, “infographic tool”, or “infographic software”.
Some popular infographic tools/sites include:
*Note: Infographic tools and sites all have different options, and therefore all function a bit differently. Nearly all infographic sites have their own “Help” or “Support” area; seek instruction and support directly from the site.
- Review the situation and conduct scholarly research on employment law. Upon review of the given business situation, create an infographic that evaluates employment law utilizing both federal and state regulations (students should use their own state of residence regulations for the project).
- Address the following:
- Distinguish between full-time, part-time, at-will, and contract employment statuses, and state which status reflects your employment position in this company.
- What federal, state and international laws explain the rights, responsibilities and protections of employees and employers in the employment relationship?
- What are the property rights of employees and employers for inventions as provided in federal intellectual property laws?
- Use at least three credible sources. These should be cited and in APA format.