It probably depends on how much time has passed. Contact the NY State WC Board at 518.474.6670 & good luck to you.
Employer & employee
Sure can. It belongs to the company and not the employee.
The worker is the employee. (If the boss owns the company, he is the employer.)
An employer is the person or company that you work for. It is your responsibility as an employee to represent your employer by doing a good job.
No. The Employer must notify you.
In the event whereas an employee neglectfully causes damages or loss to company properties, they can be made to compensate their employer. R Layne,
No employer has to pay a terminated employee anywhere.
No the employer must still until time the employer feels the employee will fail at paying(usually 6 months to pay) then he may discuss with the employee about taking it out of his/her pay.
The employee handbook or a manual that states company policy and procedure would determine if you can change clothes at work as an employee or employer.
This is Canadian Law: An employer cannot fire an employee if they are ill and when that employee returns to work they can change jobs in the company where they can cope. If you quit a job then the employer has no responsibility towards that employee.
Key Man life insurance could be either on a term or permanent life plan, where the beneficiary is the employer. The funds can be used by the beneficiary company to hire and train a replacement for the key person employee.
No. After an employee resigns, the money has to be either paid out to the employee or transferred to his new employer - as per the request of the employee
That depends if the rewards are company owned and if the employee is traveling for business purposes and all expense of the employee is covered by the company.
the employer is help add value to the company by increasing productivity
its when you happy about something or not, your employer, or company morals
No. Not if the employer is not set up to offer it to any of his/her employees OR if the company does offer it and you are a 'Part-time employee' working under 35 hours a week OR if you are a 'Full-time employee' and have not worked for the company for 90 days.
Yes, in most states, with the exception of a few, an employer has the right to search an employee's personal belongings under many circumstances. If the employer suspects or has open proof that the employee in question has stolen items or believes the employee to be involved in fraud or other circumstances harmful to the company. If a credible employee reports the suspected employee of a theft, the employer may have cause to search the belongings of the employee. As long as the employer remains consistent with its policies regarding searches, the employer remains in the clear for most searches of any employee.
A personnel is the people who work for an employer, and an employee is someone who is paid to work for a person, organization, or company
No, They can not
Yes. An employer can interview an employee regarding a theft from the company. The employee should carefully review the company policies received at the time of hire and that should be clearly posted at the place of employment. Generally, the employee can choose to have a union representative, lawyer or other person present during the interview or can refuse to be interviewed. However, if they refuse, they may be subject to termination depending on the posted company policy.If an employee is involved in theft from their employer, they should consult with an attorney before being questioned.
It is never okay for an employer to ask an employee for their medical information. To do so is explicitly against the law, and the employee would be well within their rights to sue the boss and the company.
The employer will assume an employee has stolen something from the company.
If your company has more than 20 permanent employees - Yes.