Can an employer fire an disabled employee for not attending safety meeting when his prosthetic leg was being rebuilt?
Most people can get around without their prosthetic limbs for a time, if not as well or as comfortably as with them. If attendance at the meeting was a condition of employment and the person was at work, or had missed work without permission or suitable cause, then firing the employee may be within the employer's rights. Each jurisdiction is different, so check with someone who knows the details of the jurisdiction where this has happened or might happen.
An employer can try inquire an employee to return to work, but if your attending physician considers you unable to work, you are still considered disabled. However, employment could be terminated if there are signs that you can no return to work anytime soon. Make sure you have a long-term disability policy in place, either through your employer, or even better - an individual disability insurance policy.
Yes, unless the company can effectively prove that it would be "Undue Hardship" for them, if they did accommodate.
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.
That might depend on the conditions of your employment, or a contract. If you attend the event on your free time, yes, in the US, it would be illegal.
A employer is one who hires an individual to work. An employee, is one who works for the employer.
A noc format from employee to his employer.
If an employee was involved in an accident in his own vehicle while on company business who is liable employee or employer?
Employer & employee
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
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
The maximum FICA tax for 2011: Employee 5.65% Employer 7.65% SSI: Employee 4.20% Employer 6.20% MED: Employee 1.45% Employer 1.45% Income subject to SSI tax: $106,800 Employee $4,485.60 Employer $6,621.60
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.
Employees SHOULD be paid for mandatory meetings. If an employer calls for a mandatory meeting on an employee's day off, or not during his scheduled shift, it should be considered the same as being called in to work. Said employee has to give up his time as well as transportation costs to attend the meeting for which the employer can reprimand or retaliate, if the employee does not attend (mandatory meetings only). Thus, if an… Read More
Unless the employee is protected by an Union Contract, yes, the employer can change employee compensation at will.
depends on how productive the employee is and how good of a boss the employer is as well
Symbiotic defines the relationship between the employer and the employee.
Yes. The employer alone schedules employee work.
Yes an employer can terminate an employee if the employee is abusing medical leave. However, if the employee is using FMLA, then they are likely protected.
An employer can ask an employee if they are retiring as long as it is not done in a way that does not discriminate. It is not legal for an employer to tell an employee to resign because of his age. Also, an employee does not have to answer if his boss asks if he is retiring.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of lifelong learning to both the employer and the employee?
Lifelong learning benefits both the employer and the employee by making a more productive employee. The biggest disadvantage of lifelong learning is the cost to the employer.
The maximum FICA tax for 2011: Employer 7.65% SSI: Employee 4.20% Employer 6.20% MED: Employee 1.45% Employer 1.45% Income subject to SSI tax: $106,800 Employee $4,485.60 Employer $6,621.60
It is legal for the employer to do so. It is not illegal for the employee to do so, but can violate employer policies, jeopardizing your job.
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), employers have to make reasonable accommodations for employees who are disabled. IT is up to the employee to request the accommodation, under the law. Reasonable accommodations might include a wheelchair ramp, or a special desk at wheelchair height. The federal EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) enforces this law. Generally, an employee cannot be fired simply for being disabled. However, if the employee is unable to do… Read More
The employer suspended the employee from the job.
Yes, and employer can sue an employee only if the suit is reasonable and and confirmed ny the law.
Is it illegal for an employee to go outside the employer for health insurance if the employer offers it?
Only if the employee is illegal. then fire him.
Employer can ASK anything. It can't compel employee to retire, if employer large enough to be subject to Age Discrimination Act.
yeah he can be a employee or employer too.
Yes, an employer can fine an employee in Georgia. The fine must be clearly outlined in a document or a contract signed by the employee when he or she was hired.
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… Read More
Is an employer required to continue paying health insurance benefits if an employee is short term disabled in New York?
No. They are required to continue to offer coverage, but they are not required to continue paying for it. You would be responsible for the full premiums.
Yes an employer can lay off employees any time. But if you became disabled while an employee, the company must pay compensation for as long as ordered. After that, they have no responsibility toward you.
No, an employer cannot suspend health coverage if the employee pays part of premium. as per Law.In case where the employer pays the entire premium, he can suspend health coverage on one pretext or other.But when the premium is equally shared by both the employer and employee, it would be a contractual violation and the employee can sue against his employer for remedy.
The employer must trust the employee.
When an employee does personal business on a computer while he or she is at work what are they stealing?
The employee is essentially stealing wages from the employer because the employee is getting paid for not doing work for the employer.
The employer can't force the employee to do anything. The employee can always quit. The employer can require taking a blood test to be able to continue employment meaning they can tell them to take the test or be fired.
The employer is the boss, the employee is the worker
Employees work for an employer.
I am not sure of my answer but maybe the antonym of employee is employer.
Would NOT be a employee unless the subcontractor has a employer.
Is is legal for an employer to ask an employee to hand over a encryption key in order to monitor email?
Yes, it is legal for an employer to demand the encryption key to monitor employee mail. The computer systems and email accounts are property of the employer, not the employee.
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.
Is it right that the employee should shoulder the charges regarding the expired business permit of his employer?
No, it is irrelevant for the employer to let the employee to pay the obligations that he had. It's not the business of an employee to answer that obligation.
How much notice does an employer have to give an employee when changing their schedule?
Yes. CTC includes both Employee and Employer PF contributions
can a employer make the employee pay weekly for workmans comp or disability insurance
Employers can fire an at-will employee for any reason, but an employee has remedies in court for wrongful termination (i.e., if the employee was fired for not participating in illegal activities that the employer was involved in, if the employee was discriminated against, or when the employee "blows the whistle" on the employer).