Can an employee place a lien on an employers vehicle for back wages if the vehicle is used for work?
Ask a lawyer. You probably have to sue first and if you win then you can place a lien of the company's assets.
The state of Missouri allows employers to deduct certain things beyond standard deductions from employee's paychecks. This can include, tools, uniforms, etc. If an employee's wages are to be reduced, he must be notified prior to 30 days. Employers must issue a final paycheck after an employee ends his or her position.
No law requires employers to offer fired employees a reason or advance notice. That is called the principle of employment at will. Employers must clearly state the effective date of the discharge, and must pay the former employee for all wages earned up to dismissal. Most states require payment on the next regular payday after dismissal. AFTER firing and employee, the employer may have to offer an explanation to state agencies to defeat a claim…
We have become a service economy and these are low paying jobs. Employers are getting employee rights removed and collective bargaining rights are disappearing. Without these rights the worker has to accept the pay and work conditions that they are given. The companies can offer less pay for more work and get away with it. Work place injuries also go up in these conditions.
No, employers may not withhold earned income as punishment; employers must pay employees all wages that the employees earn. It is unlawful for employers to make any deductions from employee wages without legal authority or the written consent of the employee. ---- Unauthorized deduction routinely fall into two categories 1. Punishment for perceived wrongdoing 2. Compensation for damage 1. Punishment for perceived wrongdoing: There are many options available to employers as disciplinary measures. These measures…
No...employers defined in the code are federal employers. Private sector employers SOLICIT for W4 forms....they don't DEMAND. If they could DEMAND, they could be demanded to turn-over these forms. [The IRS website DECEPTIVELY leads employers astray that they can demand...but as private sector 'you don't have no stinkin' badges' do you ?....and then WILL not come to their aid. The courts have ruled the IRS NOT RESPONSIBLE for advice or advice in its pamplets...so buyer…
When an employee does personal business on a computer while he or she is at work what are they stealing?
What happens is this, the vehicle gets repo'd. You still owe the deficiency after the vehicle is remarketed. The bank will take you to court for the deficiency. If you do not pay the deficiency if you are ruled against, they may garnish wages by court order. It takes legal action for wages to be garnished.
What are two main reason do employers hire illegal immigrants for jobs that requir unskilled workers?
None. The employer does not have to pay the half of the Social Security Tax or Medicare Tax that they would if you were an employee. The normally also get out of paying Unemployment Taxes, Retirement Benefits, Medical Insurance, and General Liability and Worker's Compensation Insurance Premiums. The IRS is really cracking down on employers who try to call their employees subcontractors.
Besides salaries and wages earned by employees, employers incur costs for various payroll taxes, including the employer's share of Social Security and Medicare, workers' compensation premiums and unemployment insurance. Often they also incur costs for certain employee benefits, including health insurance and post-retirement benefits. All in all, additional payroll related costs can amount to 30% to 40% of wages and salaries. Call 888-924-1776 for more information about payroll related operating costs.
Why is the hourly cost of a labor for the business higher than the amount stated as wage paid to the employee?
The employers' hourly costs would include a pro rated share of any longer-term benefits paid on the employees' behalf, such as insurance, unpaid leave (which reduces employer efficiency). It would NOT include taxes deducted from employee paychecks, since those are costs to the employee, not the employer. You could include other employee-related costs, but they are not considered "wages", such as the cost of uniforms, travel on business, etc., but rather "business expenses".
Can a dentist legally fire his employee without paying the final paycheck in the state of Mississippi?
Worker's compensation is a type of insurance provided by employers in case an individual gets injured on the job. Worker's compensation pays an employee for medical care and lost wages until an employee can recover and get back to work. The system under which the injuries to workers are paid for by insurance without the need fo suit or legal action. It also pays for a workers loss income as a result of a work…
Employer reporting wages and withheld tax amounts to an employee childcare provider the Tax information form would be the W-2 form for the employee and the IRS and the state and local taxing district would each get their copy of this W-2 form. Go to the IRS gov web site and use the search box for Publication 15 Employers Tax Guide