Can you file for unemployment benefits if you were hospitalized?
You can FILE for unemployment benefits but they will be paid only for the period when you were available for work. For example, if you were hospitalized between 8/01/2014 and 08/15/2014, came home and felt you could return to work on 08/20/2014, your 'waiting period' would start on 08/20/2014 (you should obtain a return to work note from your doctor).
There are too many factors missing in the question. If you qualify, as any other claimant, and are able to comply with all the requirements, and what the source of being hospitalized, the state you work in, etc. then maybe. Its best, however, to check with your own state's employment security office for clarification of its rules.
It depends on the reason they fired you. If they were justified, then merely being in the hospital does not shield you from a legal action. However, if you fired for merely BEING there, it may be a different issue that the unemployment investigators would have to sift through.
Generally, yes, because the discontinuance of compliance with the terms of receiving the benefits were interrupted through no fault of your own. You have to keep the employment security office fully informed of your situation, however.
Hospital shut down day shift hrs worked offered night shift at another hospital they own twenty miles away if turned down can unemployment be filed?
Nope. If they made the genuine offer in another office and you turned it down, that is considered a "voluntary quit" ... you cannot collect unemployment if you refuse to work. These days, traveling 20 miles for work is nothing - I did 24 miles each way for 25 years - if it's where the work is and working means earning money, it's far better than not having any income.
It depends entirely on what job it is that you are applying for, and what the employment requirements of that particular institution are. If it is for any of the positions which require state licensing (RN - Pharmacy - X-Ray - etc) - depending on the seriousness of your record you may not be able to qualify for a state license. Best thing to do is simply apply and ask their Human Resources/Personnel Department.
It depends on his or her mental position at that time. But, for the question, the answer is, yes, he or she can fire an employee due to mental illness.
Well, if you committed suicide, you would be dead, so no... they couldn't fire you. On a serious note though, it really depends on your company's HR rules and those of the state you reside in. Many states are "right to work" which means your boss can fire you at any time, for any reason (besides discrimination) and doesn't even have to tell you why. Your best bet is to contact your state's Labor Board… Read More
I would think they could. I know that certain jobs require certain health requirements. I am a teacher and I am required to have a TB test every 2 years to keep teaching. In some states teachers are also required to have hepatitis shots to teach. I did the shots, but wasn't required to. With the shadow of a flu epidemic I would think a hospital would require a flu shot to be sure that… Read More
Not if you are covered under the FMLA. Under the Family Medical Leave Act, you are protected from termination for taking up to 12 weeks of medical leave during any 12 month period. http://www.dol.gov/esa/whd/fmla/ To qualify for FMLA leave, an employee must meet the following requirements: Been employed at that job for at least 12 months. Employment does not have to have been continuous. Worked at least 1,250 actual work hours during the 12-month period… Read More
i am considering go to school and I half have a felony. i am in recovery three and a half years clean. I am interested in going to school nto be a CNA
If employed by hospital police and you take a exam to become a Port Authority police officer and fail the drug test can you be reportd and fired?
Let me just start by saying that you should not be a Police Officer. Getting back to your question. As a police officer you have a "Moral Clause" in which your current agency can use to hire you. Since you are already a police officer you should know that if you did drugs (depending on what you did) at one point you were in possession of such drugs. In CA that's a felony. Technically speaking… Read More
If you have a misdemeanor 1 and are expecting a misdemeanor 2 will you ever get a job in a hospital setting?
It depends on what the charges are. If it was anything to do with drugs or theft probally not. You can also seal your records(not for all charges), so on your job app you can mark the box that's says you have NOT been convicted of a crime.
Whether it's legal to do so or not depends on the labor laws of the corresponding jurisdiction.
A person is liable for a hospital bill that is incurred while unemployed. Once the bill is issued, you can apply for charity care to offset the costs.
Workers compensation laws differ from country to country. The laws for hospitals do not differ very much from the workers compensation laws for other businesses.
I was recently let go from my job of 5 months at a mental hospital. I still have my second job and I have training tomorrow. Can I still draw unemployment from this first job in the state of Kentucky?
you cannot draw unemployment until you are actually unemployed. So the answer is NO
Of course, but you will be turned into the authorities I know that it is mandatory for colleges and universities to request a background check on all individuals accepted to an allied health program of study. If something on in the report brings up a red flag, they may ask for an interview with that student and a decision is made. I would assume the same will be required for all hospital employees. Still, this… Read More
Can an employer request an employee to provide a letter from a hospital concerning the admitting of a parent?
yes, if the employee indicated having missed work to visit a parent in the hospital.
Any one, its their choice!
As far as I know, YES. Most, if not all, Repatriation Hospitals in Australia have been amalgamated into community Public Hospitals and run by the government systems.
You may be able to get some pictures of this. Do a quick image search to see what might come up for you to see.
Having a seizure at work then being taken to the hospital in an ambulance is that covered under workmens comp?
Not unless you can prove: -that a work condition caused or exacerbated a seizure condition, -that a stressful work environment exacerbated an existing seizure condition, -that a required duty caused you to be in a place where you sustained a head injury which caused the seizure, or -that your employer required you to be at work despite their knowledge of an unusually high risk of seizure activity (you had run out of medication, for example).