Asked in Jobs
Can a new employer turn you down for to many days off sick in last job even though you explain why you had to off so much?
Asked in Statutes of Limitations, Texas Law
How do you explain reason of termination to future employer?
Legally, I don't believe they can ask. I think they are limited to asking if you were fired or quit. Or at least that's all the last employer is allowed to tell. You can explain it any way you see fit. Down sizing, the job didn't suit you, money, anything that doesn't reflect badly on you. ...
Asked in Labor and Employment Law
Can an employer make you go down in position for less money?
Of course that employer can demote you.If you are not fit for the job and the emplyer sees this they might demote you or fire you. It is the way that things get done. He can not demote your pay under minimium wage though. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Can employess work more than 7 days in a row?
Yes. It all comes down to hours though. A minor can work 7 days in a row as long as he does not work more hours than he is limited to by law. An adult on the other hand could work 100 days in a row, and it would be perfectly legal. Although your employer should pay you overtime for any hours over 40. ...
Asked in Job Applications, Job Search
How should you explain an six-year prison gap on your job resume?
You need to be completely truthful when putting down your time you were in jail. If your employer finds out about it, they could possibly fire you for lying about it. ...
Asked in Down Syndrome
How do you explain that an 8-year-old child with Down syndrome is extremely talented at online jigsaw puzzles?
Even though the child has Down syndrome, he or she still is intelligent.
Asked in Job Interviews, Hotel Chains, Luxury Hotels
What is the most valuable asset you will bring to your next employer?
When writing down your most valuable asset, you need to write down something that the employer will like to see. If you deal well with others, you should write that down. ...
Are you in the terminal stage of leukemia when you have 2 blood transfusions and 2 platelets in 9 days?
You really need to have your doctors sit down and EXPLAIN everything to you. ...
Asked in Labor and Employment Law
Can your employer refuse to pay you if the pipes are frozen at work and they choose to close?
For hourly paid employees YES they can refuse to pay you for Down Time unless you have a labor contract that says otherwise or if the companies written policy states otherwise..... Laws vary from State to State but in many States if an employer shuts down for more than 3 days then you are entitled to file for unemployment compensation. ...
Asked in Scientists
Why do you think the work of scientist cannot be pinned down to a single year?
Do you think the contributions of these scientists are still valuable,even though some were made hundreds of years ago?Explain your answer. ...
Asked in State Laws, Unemployment Benefits
Can employer short wages to avoid paying unemployment?
An employer's payroll is what the state determines how much his premiums will be (along with experience factors, etc.), for his payroll taxes. If the state finds the employer is in non-compliance with their requirements they will come down hard on the employer. ...
Asked in Mortgages, Home-Based Businesses, Online Jobs
What is the penalty if any for having to stop the purchase of a home only days before the closing due to the loss of a job?
You usually have 21 days to back out, if you do it within that time period you will be fine, if not, explain your situation and tell them u will contact an attorney if needed. Answer in some cases though they will keep your earnest money or down payment but usually you can back out anytime before closing..and you are still stuck with the appraisal costs and other fees...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Are there any laws in the state of California limiting what a previous employer and tell a prospective employer about an ex employee?
I don't know about in California but I heard that an employer is not allowed to tell anything about an ex employee unless used as a reference. If you just use the employer as a previous job all they are supposed to be allowed to verify is that you did work there and the dates. However if you put them down as a reference and a prospective employer calls them they can elaborate on your character as well. ...
Asked in Calendar, Microsoft Excel
Which Excel tool would you have to use to automatically write the days of the week Explain how would you do it?
You can use the Fill handle. Type any day of the week into a cell. Then put the cursor over the Fill handle and drag down or right. The subsequent days of the week will fill into the other cells. ...
How long does it take for your muscles to build up?
It takes a few days. When you break your muscles down when you lift, they begin to repair immediately. You need to wait a few days before you train the same muscles though until they're just about fully repaired. ...
Asked in Hobbies & Collectibles
Would your activities impress employer?
Yes it would , over the years Ive applied for jobs and Ive always put my activities down, it just give the employer a little look into your social life just to see what your hobbies are etc , and maybe one of your activities may be interesting to employer and then you might have something in common , i recommend putting your activities down without a Shadow of a doubt , good luck! ...
Asked in Jobs, Labor and Employment Law
Are you liable for a job when you have been fired or left the employer?
Liability falls first to the employer. However, employees who cost an employer money could be held liable if the employer files a claim in civil lawsuit or in small claims court. For example: A man is hired to work on a job install tiling in a bathroom. Though a sub-contractor, the man cuts the tiles wrongly, applies too little adhesive so some fall down, and in frustration the man smashes half the tiles. This costs the main contractor $3,000 in time, supplies, and...