Can a full time employee be classified as part time due to lost time while on workers compensation?
You need to check with your state on that one. Start with your local DOL office and see what they say about it. The DOL (Department of Labor) Office is one who write the rules in each state which governs full time and part time as well as workmans comp. Myself I was on workmans comp for 1 hour 2x a week for a month and my boss didnt say a word. Then again I was only leaving 30 minutes early each day.
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Answer . In the State of Nevada the employer has 24 hours to fax/submit all accident/incident information to the workmens Comp office. By 24 hours I mean after the hospital has returned the required paperwork including drug test results to the employer, and/or any investigation into the events …leading to the mishap has been completed. If the investigation take 2 day or a week they then have 24 hours to submit. \n. \nIf medical treatment was required the medical facility will submit a claim for payment against the insurer/state. \n. \nREMEMBER: The employer does not approve or disapprove any workmens comp claims, the insurer or state approves or disapproves any compinsation provided to the injured party. ( Full Answer )
Part-Time Wedding Planners . \nIt will be difficult to be a wedding planner part-time. If you have a full-time job, that job will need to be flexible. You will need to be able to make and receive phone calls during the business day.\n. \nBrides are demanding. And stressed out. Especially as the …wedding day approaches, they will need you to be available to them on short notice. They might make multiple calls to you per day when the wedding is close.\n. \nMoreover, some business can only be done during business hours. Wedding planners are coordinators. They have to make a lot of arrangements with florists, party supply rental businesses, reception venues, etc. Some of these businesses only work during business hours. ( Full Answer )
Your question is too broad. Your rights depend on numerous factors: what type of rights you are referring to, the federal and state labor laws, any employment contract or any union contracts.
Can a part time employee not be transferred to a full time job because of child care issues that may never occur?
Due to the equal opportunity act Title 7, you can not be discriminated against just because you are a parent. Actually, due to new laws, employers cannot even ask you if you have children.
A supervisor can request that an employee work more hours. Theemployee has the choice to work the hours or resign if that is thechoice.
part time: is TEMPORARY use, for heavy snow, like as if you havent shovled your dirveway and need out, but the roads have been plowed! Using part time both front and rear axles are locked together, meaning they go the same speed and turn at the same speed.. full time: offers better tractions in d…eep snow,wet roads, or icy. Here both front and rear axles can turn at different speeds. If you like you can use this all the time, however you will pay for it in the gas prices. ( Full Answer )
Can you collect unemployment in PA if you lost your part time job but still work a full time job?
Generally, full time employees are those that work at least 40hours per week. In Pennsylvania, in a medical setting, you can beconsidered full time at 32 or more hours per week (or at least areeligible to receive benefits).
Does workers compensation pay you for post trauamtic stress syndrome caused by a wreck you were in that was while you were on the time clock do they consider anxiety induced by the wreck a true cond?
i was in a bad wreck last December broke my led reptured my sleen had head trauma broken ribs thashed my neck, and now i have a fear to ride with anyone at all. i see it like this..... if you break a leg be it your fault or the companys they pay for it because it was damage to you on their watch pts…d my not be a physicaly demanding issue but it very well is an issue and the extent of ptsd haunts me everytime i get behind the wheel of a car. my work comp is sending me to a phyc. dr next mont to be evaluated and they will pay... i just hope ur not some bum who wants to pull in money when their are people like me who have ptsd. anyhow i wish you well and if the last sentence offended you and mabey u are in th same boat i am. any how take care and get a good lawyer you need it with those wack workers comp case managers - jay ( Full Answer )
Can an employer reduce your work hours from full-time to part-time upon your return due to economic instability and not your ability to perform your job?
In the UK, Many employers reserve the contractual right to send employees home for short periods without pay when work is scarce. (Although it is rarely used outside the manufacturing sector.). The other alternative available for employers is redundency ( Dismissal to due Cessation of Business).… However, the law requires the employer to make a statutory redundancy payment, which is based on the employee's length of service.. From what I can see, in the UK, a permanent reduction in hours cannot be given for any reason, unless with the agreement of both the employer and employee. Doing so could be viewed as breach of contract by the employer.. So.. Yes, if... or No, but... As always, hope this helps. Dan ( Full Answer )
they can be leased for a period of time It's called downsizing. I can't speak for the rest of the world but in the United States there is a phrase known as "The American Dream". In the late 18th century and throughout the 19th century the American Dream was synonymous with owning ones own property …and building their own empire. To build their own business and to flourish and prosper. Somewhere along the line and perhaps the industrial revolution had something to do with this people gave up on the notion of running their own business and settled for employment. After World War II many corporations seduced loyal employees by creating high pay jobs with benefits and as long as it was profitable for corporations to do this and still remain competitive in the market place there was no fear of losing this newfound form of security. But market places don't care about comfort zones and as the marketplace became more global conditions changed for business and the paradigm of high paid employees with total benefit packages became more of a liability than an asset. Many people who had come to depend on a single job to sustain them for a life time, people who did not care about business or markets and economies and only just wanted to do their jobs go home and enjoy the creature comforts they had accumulated, suddenly found themselves in a new paradigm and ill equipped to face the consequences. The American Dream was never about working for the man and getting paid really well to do that, the American Dream was about being the man. I have a dream, do you have a dream? ( Full Answer )
Full-time jobs usually require around 32-40 hours per week and often include benefits such as health insurance and paid holidays and vacations. With a full-time job, you typically work eight hours a day, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Part-time jobs usually require less than 32 hours per week and often do…n't include any benefits. With a part time job, you typically work four hours a day, from, say, 8:00 am to 12:00 noon. ( Full Answer )
Is there a law that states a part time employee must be given a full-time position upon working twelve consecutive weeks at full-time hours?
Maybe there are union rules that say that, but if you're in an At Will state, there's no law like that.
The minimum wage is determined by the state. In the state of NorthCarolina, the minimum wage for both full and part time individualsis $7.25.
Under the law in Australia. They are.. are part time workers covered under corkman's comp in the state ow Wisconsin
Is it possible to get a Bachelors degree in engineering Part time while working full time Or are the classes too time consuming and difficult?
It is possible to get a Bachelors degree in engineer Part time while working full time. The classes aren't too difficult and it isn't too timing consuming. Just go for it, you will be great at it. Good luck!
No. Workers' comp is for people unable to work because of workplace injury. Unemployment comp is for people able to do work but unable to find work.
Part Time is when you work 1,2,3 days a week full time is when you work 4,5,6,7 days a week In Soccer terms part time is when you train less then 5 days a week full time is when you train every day of the week. This is the same as most sports For Example top of the English soccer league Blue Squr…e Premier Afc Wimbledon are full time Where as Ebbsfleet of the Blue SQ South are Part time Hope This Helps ( Full Answer )
Answering this question is tricky. If you answer too low they willthink that you do not value yourself. If you answer too high youmight price yourself out of a job. The best answer is to do someresearch on what the average pay is for the same position in yourarea.
no. I don't think you could collect unemployment for the part time job regardless of having a full time one. having a full time job, in addition. definitely not.
If you were employed full time in January and had to go part time due to rheumatoid arthritis and you make only 825 a month can you receive disability?
If you were in Australia, there would be help available through social security and with the cost of treatment and other health issue's however as every ones circumstance is different, you would have to have a talk with social security to get the exact details.
It depends on how often you work and where you live. I know that the jobs I've had were considered part time if worked less than 25 hours a week.
Can full-time employees be cut to part-time hours in the State of Virginia for no reason other than slow business?
Employment in Virginia is "At Will", which means yes. More than just having your hours cut, you can actually be fired without a reason.
The advantages of full time workers are so many. Some of theminclude getting a definite salary, having various benefits andallowances and also having security of tenure among others.
Time that was accrued while working full time should carry over. Ask your HR department.
Yes, they can and they can also be classified as temporary and probationary . Answer Part time vs full time status varies in different jurisdictions and can be affected by state and federal law, employment contracts, insurance provisions, union contracts, etc. Your status may change under diff…erent categories but it is more likely your status for doing the same job at the same company is either full time or part time. ( Full Answer )
The formula for Florida apparently does not depend on whether you worked full or part time. It depends on total time and earnings thus: It involves the first 4 quarters of the last 5 quarters from the time you file. This is known as the "base period". You had to have worked in at least 2 quarters in… that base period. The total earnings you made in the base period have to be 1 1/2 times the earnings in the quarter with the highest earnings and the total for the base period had to equal or exceed $3400. See the Related Link below for more details. ( Full Answer )
Can an employer require you to sign over your workers compensation settlement payment to them in order for you to buy back the sick and vacation time you used while off after surgery?
Absolutely not. Workers Compensation is yours. It is over and above sick and vacation time. Both of which you are entitled to. You probably have grounds for a civil suit if you have proof that this has happened.
You can be, it depends. Whether or not you are a salaried employee is something that you should know based on the way you get paid and your work schedule. If you get paid hourly, you are not a salaried employee. Whether you are salaried depends on your job duties ... not on how often you get pai…d. All overtime exempt employees must be paid for full days. Still, one could work three or four days a week at a properly salaried exempt job and be a part-timer. ( Full Answer )
If you currently work part-time can you collect unemployment compensation in the state of Florida if you resigned from your most recent full-time job?
If you voluntarily resigned from your most recent full-time job, you would not be eligible for unemployment benefits because you did not leave due to work conditions or anything related to the job.
There is no separate tax break just because you are a full timestudent as far as income earned at a job. There are several taxcredits and deductions for education expenses paid toward youreducation. You must meet the requirements for the credits in orderto get the credits but you are probably entitl…ed to them. ( Full Answer )
California Polytechnic Institute is a full time college. There are actually two: http://collegesearch.collegeboard.com/search/CollegeDetail.jsp?collegeId=3763&type=qfs&skey=california%20polytechnic California State Polytechnic University: Pomona http://collegesearch.collegeboard.com/search/Co…llegeDetail.jsp?collegeId=4217&type=qfs&skey=california%20polytechnic California Polytechnic State University: San Luis Obispo ( Full Answer )
If a worker quits her part time job while still employed in a full time job somewhere else and gets laid off from full time job later can she collect unemployment?
I think that this "her" should shut the hell up and go make a sandwich.
of course you can, they autcly pay you extra compinsation because it builds the musles in your body to withstand better forces.
Depends where you work. If you own your own restaurant or cafe then most likely full time. If you are working at a restaurant that you don't own then most likely will be part time. It really depends on how many chefs already work there.
Yes they can. If it negatively impacts the employee's performance at their Full Time position, they can be disciplined or let go.
If you mean vacation, then what part- or full-time employees get is entirely up to the employer. No law requires paid time off. Vacation, like paid sick leave, is an unregulated gift from the employer.
I No one still employed, FT or PT can get unemployment. Some states allow former part time workers to get UI benefits under some circumstances.
Even though they are technically working, part-time workers are classified as "underemployed" (because they want full-time jobs but have to settle for partial work) and thus are not part of the recognized "workforce" as are not also those in the military, under 16 years of age, in institutions (i.e.… incarcerated, in hospitals, in school, etc.), etc. ( Full Answer )
The employers dont pay any taxes in the initial stage to the part time employees or the project contract employees, as the employees need to learn the work. They are generally offered stipend with certificate after the completion of projects.
its either you work there full time which means from the morning til it closes everyday and part time is a few hours a day
Most part time employees don't receive employee benefits. Many employers hire part time employees to avoid giving benefits. It is cheaper for them.
Yes, however it is a reduced amount of your weekly earning. in California it is 2/3 the amount you would normally recieve on your pay check. the amount is also non taxable.
In effect, "This employee has proven so good and productive and dependable that we would be better off if he/she worked more hours. He/she is a better bet that hiring an unknown applicant for the full-time job."
No but there has been a trend to have as few full time employee's as possible . When the store drops in revenue generation or the department drops in preset revenue they will drop a full time position and go with the DSM and maybe one full time or none . The latest CEO also pushed for less full time… and more part time, see above rule. In the end its just business, like it or not. ( Full Answer )
You are probably referring to a weekend job. "Full time" implies 5 days out of 7 days in a week.
It is simple to tell if a person's job is full time or part time. A person works full time if they work 40 hours or more. Full time positions usually offer more perks as well like insurance.
An employee has an ongoing employment relationship; he or she shows up for work, usually Monday to Friday but it can be any specific schedule, such as every Tuesday and Wednesday, and has a specific job that is part of the functioning of the business that you are in. A contractor is hired to do just… one specific thing. Even if that contractor does lots of jobs for you, the contractor is specifically hired for each job. With a contractor, you are paying a business for the service that they provide. With an employee, you are paying a person for his or her time. ( Full Answer )
Under US law, companies are not legally obligated to provide paidholidays period , not even to full time employees. If youremployment contract says you'll receive paid vacation days and/orholidays, then they have to abide by that. If it doesn't, then theydon't. Simple. This doesn't mean a company …cannot CHOOSE to give its workers,whether full time or part time, some amount of paid time off, justthat they don't, legally speaking, HAVE to do so unless theircontract with the worker (or, in the case of unions, with theworker's representative) says they will. And they can, if theywant, give full time employees paid holidays but not give them topart time employees. The one exception is that some government contractors are requiredby the terms of their contract with the government to provide paidtime off for at least some employees who fall into certaincategories. ( Full Answer )
Yes, Workman's Compensation provides disability payments for loss of wages due to a workplace injury.