Can you be fired for refusing mandatory overtime?
If you signed a hire contract that states the need to occasional mandatory overtime, and you do not accept it, then that is all the basis that an employer needs to justify termination.
Provided all federal and state labor laws are followed regarding relief breaks and pay, and provided the mandatory overtime is included in the job description or profile, yes - overtime can be made mandatory.
Yes, your employer can penalize you for not working mandatory overtime. You are responsible for being at work when your employer needs you.
When asked the reason for being fired on a job application should you put 'for not working mandatory overtime'?
I wouldn't put the reason on the job application. You can save this for the interview and only if asked for the reason why.
Overtime is mandatory at many factories.
no you will not
no, he was fired for refusing to go to rehab
Yes, this can be done by any employer if he chooses to.
Yes. I know from personal experience.
Most states will not pay unemployment for being fired, unless you were fired for what they feel was a wrong reason. In your case, it would seem - if you can prove that's why they fired you - that you'd have a good claim.
Yes, in some cases.
Depends on your state, in some, mandatory overtime is legal.
The bowling team is required to bowl a mandatory minimum of 90 overs in a day. They can bowl more but very rarely do. Usually they have to go into overtime to fulfil the requirement.
Refusing a drug test is taken as a mandatory positive. after that, other concequenses follow.
It depends. Normally, overtime is brought up in work contracts, if you signed one. If not, then you can challenge mandatory overtime (which your employer may challenge, because overtime is USUALLY at a higher rate than normal worktim). If overtime was not discussed in your contract, you can challenge your employer. Hope this helps, -Ubermensch00
You could be eligible for unemployment benefits if you are discharged for refusing work during a shift you have never worked or agreed to work for the employer.
There is no mandatory day off requirement. Everything is based on overtime compensation.
only if you get paid for your time.. legal time like time and a half.. over the 40hrs limit
In Illinois YES because Illinoois is an employee at will state. Arkansas is a right to work state. Which type of employee are you?
There are no mandatory questions in interviews; an interviewer can ask whatever questions he or she wishes to ask, and the person being interviewed also has the option of answering those questions or refusing to answer them.
Of course not! Working overtimes just means that you want to do extra work in the company but that also means that you will gain more money per hour too!
No. Unemployment benefits are for those who've worked at a job for years and find themselves without a job through no fault of their own.
If you are a salaried employee does that mean that you do not get paid overtime, time and a half on holidays, or sick days? If the understanding is that you are a full time employee and 40 hours a week, Monday through Friday, is an expected minimum then how does something like a mandatory seminar on a Saturday figure into it? Do you get paid overtime for it or is it all inclusive?
Salaried employees who are exempt from the federal overtime law, must be paid for every DAY worked, not docked for hours missed, just days not worked.
Are employers required to pay overtime to non-exempt employees for time spent studying for mandatory exams?
Yes, if these exams were part of training, you must be paid for it. Your employer is required to pay you for all mandatory training and meetings. Optional meetings are different, but the do have to pay you if it's mandatory. If you're having trouble at work you should think about unionizing. It's a way better option than quitting your job, and you wouldn't have to put up with that kind of stuff anymore.
If you live in a right to work state, then you have the right to chose whether or not you join a union and pay dues. You cannot be fired for refusing to join a union. It does not mean that you can't be fired. However, if you feel that your termination was illegal, then you should consult an employment attorney.
On 22 June 1807, in what has become known as the Chesapeake-Leopard Affair she was fired upon by HMS Leopard for refusing to comply with a search for deserters from the Royal Navy
The noun overtime is an uncountable noun. Multiples are expressed in terms of 'hours of overtime', 'more overtime', 'some overtime', etc.
Employers can't force you to work under any circumstances. You work what the employer demands, or don't and get fired or disciplined. If your doc says no OT, your employer can dismiss you. Simple.
No, the word "refusing" is not an adverb. The word "refusing" is actually a verb.
(Although abolition usually means the removal of something, it is most often used in connection with the removal of slavery, especially in the US.) "The abolition of slavery started in the late 1700s." "The union successfully pressed for the abolition of mandatory overtime."
The two facilities under the jurisdiction of CODOC in Colorado Springs are both contractor-run private facilities - DOC is a state agency, and not the agency which runs county or city level facilities (the center on Las Vegas Ave., for example, is a county agency, not run by the DOC). Whether those contractors work overtime is a company matter, not a DOC matter.
Yes you can can because you have to train before you want to become whatever you want to be. For example a nurse, you have to train before you become a nurse. Another example is an engineer, you have to train before you become an engineer.
You could face mandatory revocation of your license as a result of A Lying about ownership of your vehicle B Driving 5 to 10 mph over the speed limit C A child restraint violation?
You can also add DUI under some circumstances, repeat offense, refusing breathalyzer
yes there can be a triple overtime but it never happened yet maybe quad overtime
It depends on the laws in your state and on your employment agreement. If you refuse a drug test, and drug testing is required as a condition of employment, you will probably get fired. Your employment agreement, normally spelled out in your employee handbook, will tell you what the requirements are. Note that in some careers, refusing or failing a drug test can result in your getting jailed. The military, for instance, will court-martial you… Read More
equal pay for women, abolishing child labor, the 8-hour day, the 5-day week, overtime premiums, paid vacation, sick pay, pensions, maternity leave, mandatory safety programs, and company-paid health insurance
Many people are willing to work overtime. Overtime pay is often higher than regular pay. Many employers pay time and a half for overtime.
Yes, there is often overtime in carpentry.
There are no perfect rhymes for the word overtime.
doctors get overtime money
Does my employer have to pay me overtime?
Not always. They get payed alot more for working overtime. As I say, Photographers don't always work overtime.
To calculate overtime, you multiply 1.5% times your hourly wage. When you get that, you multiply that times your overtime hours worked.
you don't have to work overtime, but it depends on the hospital you are at. sometimes, they offer you overtime. hope it answers your question! =)
It goes to Overtime (in other words, they add an extra quarter to the game), which is 5 minutes long. The team who has the highest points after the overtime ends up winning the game. If they are still tied after the overtime, they have another overtime, and they continue having overtime until one team gets a higher score than the other after the overtime.
a beaver pond will become a meadow overtime a beaver pond will become a meadow overtime
I'm not positive but I think it might be called "overtime" or "working overtime" something like that. :)
At Fedex office they try not to give us overtime. It's a big no no to get overtime. They hate it when you do.
braille has simpiy not changed overtime