Can an employer force you to take off overtime?
Although the question is nonsensical in part, an employer can require you to do overtime if that is what the job needs. However, if overtime is not needed, you do not work it; overtime is not a part of the job, so you are not taking anything off.
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Can an employer change your schedule to avoid overtime. I work five days a week. This week I have training on Saturday. Instead of paying overtime my employer wants to give me Friday off. No weekend?
There is no requirement that they allow you to work overtime. You are being allowed to earn your normal weekly amount.
What are the force sick time off laws in Florida Employer out sick employee force to take a sick day is that legal?
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Under coercion of termination in an at will employment state? yes, only if you want to remain in his employ. The employer, by law, must let you off for jury duty. If you do not show up for jury duty you will get in trouble. The employer cannot force you to take a day off without a very good reason, such as you coming into work in an unfit state. If you have been summoned… Read More
In the USA, only government agencies can offer comp time in lieu of overtime: 1.5 hours off for every 1 hour of overtime worked. The agency cannot offer it without a published written policy.
It depends on the country. Usually, the employer has to pay overtime.
based on art.85 employer have a duty to give his employees not less than sixty min. time off for thier regular meals,but my employer deductive the 1hr break from my overtime ,my schedule is 7am-7pm(8hrs.regular work,3hrs overtime and the remaining 1hr is for breaktime a total of 12hrs).is their any violation to the part of employer for not giving a min. for breaktime?
Not in compensation for your "normal" work hours. If you are employed to work a 40 hour week, and you work 40 hours, you must be paid 40 hours pay. However - it becomes a little more cloudy when it comes to overtime compensation. An employer must reimburse you with overtime compensation (time-and-a-half - you earn one hour & 30 minutes for every hour of overtime) BUT he has the option of either paying you… Read More
In PA can an employer require employee's to work over 8 hours to fulfill overtime requirements even when an employee has off a day during that given week and therefore not pay them overtime pay?
Employers owe non-FLSA-exempt employees overtime for WORK in excess of 40 hours in a week, not 8 hours in a day.
Can an employer 'bank' an employees hours My boss wants me to save my summer overtime hours that I worked and he'll pay me in the winter when I take more time off. Sounds good but can he do this?
Every state is different, but I believe it's illegal for this to occur in any state. You should contact your local employment office. The granting of "comp time" instead of paying for overtime is not generally permitted, unless you work for the government.
If you work your 5 day work week and you are required to attend a meeting on one of your days off do you get that time as overtime or comp time?
You will have to ask your personnel office or your employer. Many places of employment have different rules.
Safety training should be done on paid time, whether normal hours or overtime is usually up to the employer. Other kinds of training of days off may be required by your employer depending on the kind of your that is done. If you want to keep that job, you may have to accept the off-hours training. But that depends also on the labor laws of the country and the state or province in which you… Read More
Get a lawyer.
Only if there is a health and safety issue.
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In Lieu means, in place of some employee take time off work equal amount of overtime they have worked instead of paying them .this is mean .
I believe Federal law requires any person to have at least 8 hours off the clock between shifts, so the max hours anyone could work would be 16 in any one 24 hour period. When overtime starts depends upon the employer - some require 40 hours at work (not on paid leave) before overtime pay starts, for others overtime begins after 8 hours at work.
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If you are laid off, file for unemployment compensation and take advantage of any outplacement services your employer offers.
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iii) The benefits of job rotation to the employer are: -satisfied workers -easy in finding a backup when an employee needs to take off ( eg. pregnancy, illness etc..)
In general, state laws will govern rules for the assignment, the notice, and payment of overtime, the amount and frequency of breaks for meals, etc [surf the web under your state + labor laws for specific info]. The short answer is most likely yes, as long as they are paying you. Most states have a 1 day in 6 rest law which allows for mandatory overtime as long as they give you 1 day off… Read More
If im working from 11 am till around 4 pm around 5 hours is it all right for your employer to take an hour out of your pay for lunch?
Only if you did take an hour off work for a lunch break is your employer is entitled to deduct it from your paid time.
Yes. But if-when you apply for unemployment, eventually (may take months), the employer will likely contest the benefits and ultimately have to explain him-herself.
If you lent your employer money and were laid off, you ask your employer for your money back! If you do not get it back you sue him in a court of law.
The employer did not give anyone the day off. He went to his employer and asked for a raise.
To force someone off a deed, you have to take the person to court and file a civil judgment. A judge can remove someone from the deed.
This is exactly my question. I'm asking for time off two months in advance, and my scheduler asked me why. Can an employer deny you time off based on your reason (keeping in mind you aren't getting paid to take the time off). Does anyone know if there's any law or legal information regarding it?
The employer must let you go to jury duty, but only unpaid. If you are to be paid, he can - and most likely will - take one of your paid days for this.
If you are on salary in work your two week notice put in 80 hours but only got paid for 64 hours and the rest in pto can a employer do that?
In most states, if you are on salary your employer is not obligated to pay you for the exact number of hours worked; you are also not eligible for overtime pay. In some cases you won't get any compensation, but in many cases you will get paid time off instead of seeing the actual pay reflected in your paycheck.
When you took a couple of years off from the work force to raise a child, include this on your resume. List the years under work experience if you have ordered the list by year. This ensures the potential employer will know this gap of time was not spent frivolously.
Can you give me two reasons why a spaceship requires less force to take off from the moon than to take off from the earth?
The force of gravity on the Moon is 1/6th that of the Earth, so a spaceship is pulled down with a smaller force. The Moon has no atmosphere, so there is no air drag to slow it down.
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Yes. It needs a force to make it travel in a circle. If that force were not there, then the object would take off in a straight line.
How come a struggling company like a and p allows some department managers to steel money and lots of it by making lots of overtime hours in sores were overtime is not allowed to any other employeel?
If you are correct that only managers are allowed overtime, then I would guess that the corporation feels that having managers work overtime pays off in the long run, that they will save the company more money than they get in overtime wages. They probably feel that other employees should not get overtime since that time usually doesn't pay off. Better to hire another employee than to have all employees trying for overtime.
This really depends on the contract you have with your employer and whether or not it includes paid vacation days.
The force of the thrusters pushes the rocket upward, beating the force of gravity.
Generally speaking (and this may not apply to every circumstance), an employer can force a spouse (or domestic partner) off of the employer's sponsored health insurance plan, but under certain conditions only. The spouse being forced off of the plan must be eligible for his or her own employer sponsored plan. The plan that the spouse is eligible for must include a comprehensive package, and not be a fixed indemnity limited coverage plan. For example… Read More
Down ward force is greater than upward force because everything on earth, obeys the laws of gravity, and for a rocket to take off from earth it needs more energy in other to fight the earths gravitational force but despite fighting the gravitational force it still doesnt take off with a full speed, But for a body of mass to fall from the atmosphere its falls with a great speed due to the force of… Read More
the ground is exerting a force on the rocket causing it to take off
While in the Army or any Armed Force is has always been a traditional formality to take off ones hat or cap off when indoors as a sign of respect.
An employer does not have to pay a full time employee if there is no work. The employer can lay off the employee. It happens all the time. Sometimes when there is no work, the employer keeps the full time employees working doing maintenance work so that he will have a trained staff when business picks up. Sometimes he has them take a paid vacation when there is no work so they will be back… Read More
Yes, your employer can deny you a day off. They generally schedule their employees based on the needs of their business.
Vacation is an unregulated unilateral gift from the employer. The employer sets the rules.
How do you maintain health insurance coverage for your wife and son after you turn 65 and are eligible for Medicare?
Where you covered under an Employer Group or Individual Plan? If Employer Group - they would be eligible for COBRA - If Individual - then just tell the Insurance Company to take you off.
Overtime for MLS is an extra 15 minute period. If the score is still even, another 15 minute period will be played. If after completion of the second OT there is still no winner, then penalty shootouts take place. (This only happens when it is absolutely necessary to determine a winner, such as play-off games.)
(in the US) ALL employers (provate and government) must abide by the minimum wage and hour laws established by the federal giovernment. Some, however, do offer time off (compensatory time off) in lieu of paying an actual overtime salary. However the comp time off must be equal to the the employees time and half wages (i.e.: 1 and 1/2 hours off for every 1 hour of overtime worked).
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If you are fired from your job and you legally and fairly begin to draw unemployment can that employer call you at home and demand that you get off unemployment?
No, the employer cannot call you at home to demand that you get off unemployment. When you begin drawing unemployment, the employer does not pay directly - there is a fund in which employer deposits are being placed and that fund is where the unemployment payment comes out - nothing to do with your ex-employer. If your ex-employer is harassing you; however, you should call the police and BBB.