Can an employer legally offer an employee and his spouse the option of two single plans rather than the costlier family plan?
No. However if both spouses work there, then it would be OK. For more information see www.SteveShorr.com/ic.10700.htm
Can a pregnant employee be terminated for taking family medical leave three weeks before baby is born?
How do you answer 'What qualities do you have that would make you a succesfull employee' in a job interview?
Can an employer secretly record a private phone conversation between an employee and his family members without his knowledge or permission in Delaware?
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.
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…
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.
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.
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.
Working conditions What is a Rostered Day Off (RDO)? When are you entitled to receive a RDO? Generally speaking, an entitlement to a rostered day off is the result of an arrangement between an employer and an employee. The arrangement will generally specify that if the employee works additional hours within a working week then those hours will accrue to entitle them to a paid day off. Arrangement regarding rostered days off may only be…
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.)
This would depend. Under the Family Medical Leave Act, , an eligible employee who availed of leaves under the FMLA, has the right to return to the same or equivalent position, pay, and benefits upon the conclusion of their leave. This means that the employer is mandated to restore his employee to his job after his leave. However, if the employee took a leave of absence not allowed under the FMLA or other state laws…
The legal age to be considered an employee is 14 years old, however, if it is a family owned business then it is common for young children to "work." This may include helping out with little things like setting up tables and cleaning, however, they may not be legally paid with a salary. For example, the grandparents may give the child say twenty bucks, but they can not legally hire them as an employee and…
How much would health insurance cost an employer for ten employees if the employer were to pay half the cost?
Too many variables. It depends on the plan, cost of living in the area, etc. However, the average cost of a health plan for a single person in the US is about $5,000 a year. So the employer would pay about $2500 per year or $48 a week per employee (based on single). Average family plan is about $13,000 a year total cost.
Yes. Most employers that offer insurance benefits (with either premiums fully paid by employer or partially paid by employee) will offer alternative plans. That is, the employee may generally select coverage for him/herself only, coverage for him/herself plus spouse/domestic partner or coverage for an entire family. There is generally a higher premium charged for the family plan (which includes a child). However, it is often the case that once the family plan is selected, several…
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.
The primary law that provides job security during leave from work is the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). It provides 12 weeks of job protected leave for qualified workers, employed by companies subject to the regulation. You first need to determine whether your employer is subject to the regulation (there is employee size and other criteria), and whether you qualify as an employee (there is criteria based upon tenure and hours worked). Several states have…
If you're not married you need to establish your paternity legally and petition the family court for custody. If you're not married you need to establish your paternity legally and petition the family court for custody. If you're not married you need to establish your paternity legally and petition the family court for custody. If you're not married you need to establish your paternity legally and petition the family court for custody.
Usually, people working in jobs of this sort are hourly employees and have no rights for maternity benefits or time off.You could be elligible. The Family Medical and Leave Act of 1993 lays out the requirements. some of these are: COVERED EMPLOYERS The FMLA only applies to employers that meet certain criteria. A covered employer is a: Private-sector employer, with 50 or more employees in 20 or more workweeks in the current or preceding calendar…
Typically if an employee fails to call in and report absence for at least 3 full working days it is considered job abandonment. If the employer had prior knowledge that the employee was sick or taking care of a sick family member prior to not calling in the employer should make an effort to either put the employee on a leave of absence or make contact with the employee to discuss obtaining regular updates throughout…
If your employer does not provide maternity benefits can you get short term disability in Colordado?
Short term disability is a great way to create maternity leave pay for yourself, while also protecting your family in case of pregnancy complications, delivery complications, premature birth, accidents and illnesses. Short term disability is available in Colorado as a voluntary employee benefit. There is no direct cost to your employer, as you pay the premium via payroll deduction.
In the US, it's up to your employer, and if it's not specifically mentioned in your contract or employee handbook you should ask your boss or your company's HR department. US law does not require employers to offer bereavement leave at all; if they do, 3 days for immediate family members (spouse, parent, child, or sibling) is reasonably typical. Depending on the circumstances, you may be able to request additional (unpaid) time off.
The drivers job is to compete in a series for the main organization, which is Nascar. The company is owned by the France family. Brian France is the CEO and Chairman of Nascar. Each driver has a team owner, who is the boss of the team. Just like in any other job, the drivers have an employer/employee relationship.
Leave of absence requirements vary by state and depend on the circumstances requiring the leave. The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a law thatprotects employee rights if a leave of absence is due to medical reasons. One should contact their human resource department at their employer for further information.
When an employee goes on Family Medical Leave is there a waiting period in order for the employee to receive a paycheck?
Is it legal for employer to call employee while out on medical leave and tell them that if you miss any additional days when they return to work that their job would be in jeopardy?
Under FMLA, qualified employees are entitled to 12 weeks in a year of unpaid leave in certain situations relating to personal and family health. You are not entitled to any more than those 12 weeks in a year. It is therefore perfectly legal for your employer to tell you that, after you exhaust your FMLA, you will be expected to have perfect attendance.
Workers compensation is considered a sole remedy for first party injuries occurring at work. WC pays for the employees hospital bills and indemnity (payroll while off work). This is designed so the employee does not have to sue the employer to have bills paid. This also precludes the employee from being able to sue the employer. The employer can however be sued by the spouse or children due to the injured worker no longer being…