Asked in State LawsBrain Teasers and Logic PuzzlesPolitical Office Holders2008 Presidential Campaign
Brain Teasers and Logic Puzzles
Political Office Holders
2008 Presidential Campaign
Can a person running for elective office legally enter each polling place and pass out food to workers in front of voters?
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What guaranteed rights would be violated by being turned away from a polling place because there aren't enough workers to man the polling booth?
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates, Economics
What is the name of the smallest amount that can legally be paid to most workers for an hour of work?
Asked in United Kingdom, Fish
Should the UK let in workers to sell fish street in markets?
Asked in Medication and Drugs, Doctors, Social Work
Is being a doctor a good field to work in and why?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
How old do you have to be to legally work in California?
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Are sea France calais - dover ferries running today?
Asked in Jobs & Education
What is the three most important things to remember when running a crew of workers?
Asked in Organizations, Labor Unions
How does a trade association differ from a labor union-?
Asked in History, Politics & Society
How many counties boroughs and independent municipalities have Democrat Supervisor of Elections?
This position is a nonpartisan position so the information you want can not be given. All people who work in a polling station are there not because of political parties, but because they applied with the voting district to work. No questions are asked about political parties. If you are looking for something that reflects a bias at the polling station you are out of luck. The workers are there to make sure ballots are handled correctly and that no one intervenes with election process and procedures.
Asked in History of the United States
What is the right of unions to negotiate with management for workers as a group?
The right of workers to negotiate as a group with management is known as "collective bargaining." If a Union wants to be the representative of the workers in a particular industry or plant, an elective bargaining election is held. The workers vote for the union to represent them or not to have the union represent them. If the Union wins the vote, then a collective bargaining agreement is drawn up between management and representatives of the Union elected or selected by the members of that union. A collective bargaining agreement negotiates for things like wages, health benefits, safety concerns, etc. After the agreement is reached, the workers then vote on whether to accept it and then it goes into effect.
What is an example of a legally required employee benefit?
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution
Is the president of the us above the law?
no. with all the help he gets, and the fact that his workers don't let him out of his sight; he probably couldn't even if he wanted to, but he just cant, if he wants something, then his workers will get it to him legally. or tell him no eve. but he's not above the law just like anyother government worker
Asked in State Laws
Are churches in Oklahoma required to have Workers Comp Insurance?
Asked in Jobs
Should organizations be legally required to provide some basic levels of benefits-such as health insurance vacations sick leave and retiretment to contingent workers?
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How many farm workers per acre of land should you have?