The only questions they are "supposed" to answer is How long you worked there and What type of employee were you considered while under their employ for the specific job that you were hired to do. They can verify the amount of pay you made and if you were punctual.
can a employer contact you while you are covered by a sick note
To my knowledge, employers can ask about your attendance. They are NOT permitted to ask why you were out of the office. They are NOT permitted to ask questions about your religious or sexual orientations. They are not permitted to ask specifics about whether or not the previous employer thinks you are ugly or a liar or whatever. If the potential employer does ask these, you can file a lawsuit. If the previous employer makes untruthful, slanderous statements about you, you can also file a lawsuit.
No the employer will have to give you sick leave once a year .
He can for the day that you claimed to be sick.
That would depend on the insurance that covers you or what type of deal you made with your employer.
Sick pay is unregulated. It is a gift from some employers, and the rules are whatever the employer says.
You suspension is as long as your employer says. You cannot change it to sick leave, even if sick.
Yes they can tell you that you have to come in.
If the employer will not pay for hours worked, contact your STATE employment commission. If the employer will not pay for vacation or sick leave, you have no appeal.
I am currently off on sick and my employer is proposing different working times. do i have to reply, or accept this proposal
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Certainly. The employer can threaten anything with no laibility. Some employer ACTS are prohibited if the employer is large enough to be subject to EEO laws [15+ employees]. If an employer offers sick leave, it may set any rules it wishes about who can use that gift.
An employer is legally allowed to ask an employee why he or she is calling out sick. In addition, they can ask for evidence on the same including a letter from the doctor.
3-5 days depending on the employer and the state.ANSWERThere are no state laws requiring that you must be paid for any days that you are sick and unable to work.
In general an employee has no right under employment law to be paid while on sick leave. Consequently, it is at the discretion of the employer to decide his/her own policy on sick pay and sick leave, subject to the employee's contract or terms of employment.
Depends on your employer. No one answer.
sick leave and vacation are unregulated. There is no general answer to your question - it is employer specific.
It depends on the employer's sick leave policies.