|Implied Employment Contract||
An implied contract is a non-written contract that is based on a mutual understanding and expectations between two parties in an employment relationship. An implied employment contract may be established between an employer and employee in several ways. Most often this contract is considered based on (1) the number of years served; (2) performance based on positive evaluations, promotions, salary raises, bonuses; or (3) existing company policies.
|Industrial Welfare Commission|
A form of discovery consisting of written questions to be answered in writing and under oath.