Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Law & Legal Issues
Can an employer ask for detailed documented medical information from an existing employee?
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.
Asked in Labor and Employment Law
Does employer have to notify employee they have been terminated while out on Texas workers comp?
An employer has a duty to inform the employee of an changes to the employment terms. If an employer is out on workers' compensation, and they are terminated, the employer has a duty to communicate that information to the employee and pay that employee any money they have due to them. ...
Asked in Jobs, Property Law
How can an employer check the background of a potential employee?
There are a few sites where an employer can do a background check on a potential employee and one is jobsearch. More information on this can be found on the website Glassdoor. ...
Asked in Job Applications
An employer asks an employee that I can count on you to?
If an employer asks an employee if that employer can count on him or her, the answer should be yes. An employee must be reliable in order to benefit the employer. ...
Asked in Hospitals
Can your boss speak to another employee about your medical condition?
An employer should never reveal any personal information about an employee to anyone. If an employer reveals personal information, a person should immediately inform the human resources department of their company. ...
Asked in State Laws
Can an employer mandate a meeting and not compensate an employee?
If the employee is an hourly employee then know , but a salaried employee would be required to attend. Check your local laws and labor board for more information. ...
Can an employer call an employees doctor and ask for information on the health of the employee?
HIPAA prohibits the employer from contacting the employee's doctor. It ALLOWS the employer to compel the employee to provide med reports from the doctor, on pain of discharge. It allows the employer to hire a doctor to inquire of the employee's doctor. ...
Asked in Business and Industry
What can you ask an employer about an employee?
The communication between an employee and an employer regarding another coworker is very limited. Under the privacy acts, employers are not allowed to divulge personal information to any other employee regarding the coworker, without their consent. ...
Can your employer charge a 1099 employee for workmans comp?
An employer should not charge a 1099 employee for workman's comp. If you get a 1099 you are not in an employer, employee relationship You are an independent contractor. ...
Asked in Relationships
What are the elements in determining employer-employee relationship?
There are various elements in determining employer-employee relationship. The main elements can be found in the recruitment and engagement of the employee by the employer. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
Explain the difference between employer and employee associations?
An employer hires (or employs) people and an employee works for the employer. So if you work at Walmart, you are an employee of walmart or employed by walmart. Walmart is your employer. -T.W.K ...
Asked in Job Interviews, Job Applications, Sales and Customer Service, Marketing Advertising and Sales
Where does information exchange begin in order to produce good customer service?
between the employer and the employee
What is employee relationship?
Employee relationships are employee-employee relationships, employer-employee relationships, employer-employees relationships. This relationship is mutually beneficial, respecting, trusting and caring. Hope this answer helped you. Most candidates start their employer relationships at freshersresumes.com ...
Does a home based business have to pay payroll taxes for an employee?
It depends on if the employee is considered a contractor meaning does the employer have any say in how results are produced and if the employee makes over $500.00 If the employee is not a contractor, then taxes need to be paid by the employer and the employee. A good place to get more information on this is a local small business association. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Credit and Debit Cards, Building and Carpentry, Labor and Employment Law
Who is responsible if someone gets hurt on something an employee built the employer or employee?
If the employee built the item under the direction of the employer, using the employer's plans or specifications, the employer will be responsible. If the employee did not follow the directions of the employer, particularly if it strayed from the standards of a normal build, then the employee could be held responsible. ...
If an employer suspends an employee 'pending investigation' what information does he have to give the employee?
None. You have no right to any information unless you are a union employee, in which case the union contract may cover this issue. You'd have to read the contract. ...
How the changes in employee relations impact employment relationship?
The employer-employee relationship is a significant human relationship based on mutual dependency. Changes in employee relations have a great impact on both the employer and the employee. Both the employer and employee have obligations that arise from their relationship. ...
Asked in Labor and Employment Law, Maternity and Paternity Leave, US Marine Corps History and Traditions
Can am employer force an employee to take a leave of absence?
Yes. The employer alone schedules employee work.