An employer can not force you to take the FMLA leave. However, if your employer knows you have a lot going on with your health or that of a close family member, they may suggest it.
No. That is discrimination in the US and most of Europe.
As an employer, you can write "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" in a Christmas card to an employee. You can also wish your employee and their family a safe and enjoyable time over the holiday period.
In many cases an employer does not have to hold a position for an employee on temporary disability. In some cases companies companies are exempt from the Family Medical Leave Act. Employees must also meet certain certain requirements.
Most likely not, as long as your employer is bound by the FMLA and you have been with the Employer long enough.
Simply means Oneness, a mutual relationship that occur between the employer, employee and the Government living as one family.
Obamacare does not have a specific percentage that employers and workers have to pay. However, an employee cannot pay more than 9.5 percent of his income to join the employer's plan and cover himself. (The amount he pays for family coverage can be higher than 9.5 percent of his income or his household income.)
Qualities of a successful employeeQualities that would makes you a successful employee:1. Think as an employer & not an an employee2. Assume that all other employees know & will do their job3. Always put your family first
Meeting your new employer and family can be hard. The main thing you should do is be friendly.
Residents and their families should have a voice as to those that are supposed to be caring for them, but it is usually in addition to an employer evaluation. Check your state employement office for applicable laws.
If not legally separated, you will probably have to wait until open enrollment through your employer to cancel her insurance. If you do get legally separated, you can cancel insurance as you have had "change in status." Usually insurance companies will process changes outside of open enrollment when you have a change in family status. An example of this would be getting married, having a baby, or getting divorced/legally separated.
Absolutely not. Someone in my family is going through a similar situation. An employee can not be fired while on worker's compensation.WC law prohibits ONLY firing workers for CLAIMING WC. If you deserve firing for other reasons, the employer will act.However, If the employer can prove without a doubt that the claims filed by employee were false, then the employer has the right, and obligation, to report this, resulting in the termination of the employee.The standard of evidence is not "beyond a doubt", but much lower.The problem is when the employee comes off of the worker's compensation program. Frequently this is when the employee is most at risk for being unfairly fired. This is because the U.S. still has a few "right to fire" laws in effect.No law in America prohibits an employer from firing an employee for conduct, performance, or attendance. A few laws prohibit firing based on race, sex, age, religion, of color.It is an unfortunate situation, not only because the employer has to right to terminate the employee, but it is nearly impossible to prove that the reason was discriminatory. *nearly*Because everybody in America supposedly get's their 'day in court', the employee can try to subpena the employer and have the case heard in front a judge.Being on worker's compensation is necessary but it can be a tedious process to maintain a good standing with the employer. $ is especially important to people, especially now with the economy in such a bad state.
A person can legally move in with another family member if they go to court. An attorney can represent a minor.
It depends. If it is using a company-owned phone, then all the employer would have to do is phone up the telecoms provider and ask them for transcripts of calls made. If it is with his mobile, you cannot request information about transcripts legally due to the Data Protection Act. If you believe he is partaking in illegal or questionable activities, contact the Police and they will be able to deal with the matter.
In the limited case where the available job would be in a position reporting to your daughter, or to which your daughter reports, her employer can refuse to hire her brother because of potential conflicts of interest and management and employee relations difficulties. One member of a family reporting to another is considered nepotism and is generally to be avoided, except in family owned businesses.
Insurance costs depend on several factors, such as location, size of company and number of employees and claims history. It also depends on the kind of coverage, limits, coverage form, endorsements, deductibles and the overall claims history of the chosen insurance company. Then, your employer can decide if he wants to pay all or part of your coverage or your family's coverage.
An adopted family is a family that is not a family by berth but a family that has legally said they will take care of you and accept you as a family member.
the medici family and the pope of italy
Fire them unless they have a family .
Employees with 1 yrs service must be allowed time off for serious medical events - their own or close family - even if the employer has no sick leave plan, or even if the employee has zero sick leave left. It means more employee absence days than if FMLA did not exist. That means lower productivity.
My employer requires that my husband participate in his company's health insurance or they will drop him from their insurance. Insurance is a choice offered as a benefit by the employer because the employer is paying a portion of the cost to be insured. You do not have to participate if you don't want to. Also, the question being answered is that can an employer force an employee's spouse to take coverage offered elsewhere: NO. If a company offers a family health plan, they CANNOT specify that a spouse take other insurance if available. They CAN require that if you are declining coverage from them (your own employer), that you show you have coverage elsewhere.
It depends on what he said. He cannot divulge non-public information to a 3rd party...(Employer, family members)
No not legally.