Can an employer fire you because you are unable to make it to work due to the weather?

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It depends if you have an employment contract or not. If not (and sometimes even then) you can be fired for any reason as you are an "employee at will' and it is at the companies discretion as to if they want to continue your employment.
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Can an employer fire you for not returning to work while on a disabilty?

it depends what was in your origanal contract if there where a certain amount of days that you where allowed and you exceeded them than yes but if not than he has to provide you with a reason why he fired you Answer Yes. If I have a stroke tomorrow and can never work again, at some point my emplo ( Full Answer )

Can a previous employer tell a perspective employer that the employee was fired due to failing a drug test?

Answer . No because it's confidential and he's breaking the law! He can use other excuses as to why you were let go, but when it comes to this sort of thing he's up to his neck and in a lot of trouble. You could actually sue your former employer for leaking this information. It is no different ( Full Answer )

How can you protect your Health Insurance coverage if you become seriously ill and are unable to work for the small employer who provides the plan?

Federal and California COBRA basically provides that if you are no longer covered under a group health plan, you can keep the coverage for 18 (Federal) or 36 months (California) at 2 to 10% more than the employer was paying for you. This may or may not be less expensive than getting your own plan. S ( Full Answer )

What should you do if you are unable to expose a sociopath because you have no proof due to your belief that justice should not be based on surveillence and deceit?

I'm stating the obvious, but you have to provide evidence tosupport specific allegations. If you try to prove that someone is a"sociopath," you're on a path to nothing. However, if you can provespecific deeds, you may achieve what you want. I'd suggest lettingothers apply whatever label they think i ( Full Answer )

Can employer fire you if doctor tells you to go out of work?

FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT OF 1993 . TO MY UNDERSTANDING THE ANSWERS IS NO , THERE SHOULD BE A POSTER POSTED IN YOUR WORK SITE WHERE ALL EMPLOYEES CAN VIEW IT, THE POSTER BRIEFLY EXPLAINS THE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT OF 1993 (FMLA) , THIS POSTER SHOULD BE POSTED IN THE VIEW OF ALL EMPLOY ( Full Answer )

Can a employer tell an employee what they can do and who they can see after work hours and then call them into the office the next day and fire them because of it?

In most states, unless there is a morals clause under the terms of your employment, it is not permissible to fire you for legal actions done outside of the workplace.. Typically, no, but it can also depend upon the type of work being done. An some cases it would be considered a breach of ethics to ( Full Answer )

Can an employer make you work on Labor Day?

Yes, certainly. No US law requires any days off, nor sets holidays employers must observe. You work Labor Day if scheduled by your employer, and it is normal straight time unless the employer volunteers to pay a holiday premium not required by law.

Can your employer make you work for lower wage?

can a employer make you work for lower wage to get out of paying unenployment An employer can lower your wage, and you can accept that or leave. Lowering your wage does not exempt the employer from UI claims.

Can your employer make you work for no pay?

Depends. In some cases if it is part of the job, yes. An example of this is teachers. We are required to work extra duties as part of our job. Back to School Nights, Open House, football games, dances, graduation are considered part of our job and no extra pay is given for these things. I imagine ot ( Full Answer )

If an employer threatened to fired you for working for their competitor is this legal?

Not directly - aperson cannot be persecuted simply because of who they work for if the work is legal in every way. However they might pin you for breach of contract (if there is such a clause) or for violating a security or privacy agreement, or even for selling secrets if they can prove this. It's ( Full Answer )

Can an employer make you work on Thanksgiving?

Employers can try to make you work on Thanksgiving. There is no state or federal law that requires private employers to give employees a Thanksgiving holiday. However, there is a problem if Thanksgiving is a religious event for an employee. Anti-discrimination laws state that employers must provide ( Full Answer )

Can your employer make you go out of state to work?

They cant make you go out of state to work but they can fire you for any reason. You should be able to collect unemployment though. An employee must do anything an employer demands on paid time except commit a crime. Those with contracts must do everything not prohibited by the contract. Working ( Full Answer )

Can an employer fire a disabled person due to absences from work due to your disability?

No, that would be illegal. Under the law, particularly Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), adverse employment actions such as firing or refusing to hire an employee on the basis of his medical condition or disability (ex. taking leaves because of health) are considered as discriminatory a ( Full Answer )

Can an employer make you work over 10 hours a day when your doctor says nothing over 10 hours due to health reasons?

No. Your workplace should have a Workplace Health and Safety representative who can ensure that your doctor's recommendations are carried out. This may well require some compromise on your part, however. It will mean you cannot choose to work more than ten hours if it suits you to do so on any given ( Full Answer )

Why can an employee who works under employment-at-will be fired?

most employees in the United States are employed at will. The law allows them to be fired for cause or for no cause. A boss, under the law, may fire even a long-term employee simply because the boss does not like the person.

Can my employer discriminate against my husband because I work there?

No. An employer isn't supposed to discriminate against any one for any reason. However, you might be encountering employment rules about members of the same family working for the same company or, more usually the case, one working in a supervisory capacity for the other. The latter is usually no ( Full Answer )

Can the employer make you work on Sundays?

In general, the employer sets the work schedules for employees at its own discretion. If you have a union contract that restricts management rights with regard to scheduling, then you may be protected to the extent provided by the contract. You may be able to request a reasonable accommodation of yo ( Full Answer )

Can a employer make you work for free?

Strictly speaking, no. If they require you to work, they must pay you. However, people that get paid by salary, in most states, make a certain amount of money no matter how many hours they work.

Can you sue your employer for firing you for refusing to work on the Sabbath?

You can certainly sue. Your action would be for wrongful termination. In order to win, you would have to establish that your reason for wanting that day off is religious and that the employer knew this and fired you for that reason. However, if you have historically been available for work on that ( Full Answer )

Can the employer make you work on Sundays in the UK?

No, because Sunday is the day of rest according to the most highly important book ever made, the Bible. Sunday is the day dedicated to going to church and seeing family members. Further answer But if your contract of employment says it's necessary then the employer can. What does your contract ( Full Answer )

Can your employer fire you due to health problems?

If it is a communicable disease problem, yes. but it is also the employer's responsibility to have a potential employee screened for health problems that may affect co-workers. There have been legal fights over this and , for the most part, the plaintiff employees have lost. If the employee has a he ( Full Answer )

Can a employer make you work all weekend?

If you contract of employment specifies this, yes. However apartfrom this, if a problem has arisen at work that requires the staffto rally round and help, it is you moral duty to do so.