In New York, businesses owned by one individual with no employees, no unpaid volunteers or subcontractors, and is not a corporation are exempt from workman's compensation. You are also exempt from workmen's compensation if you are self-employed and own all of the stock of the company, with no additional employees.
Worker compensation lawyers in New York can be found at this website here: http://lawyers.findlaw.com/lawyer/practicestate/Workers%27-Compensation-Law/New-York
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Does workers compensation allow you to seek a second opinion
There are two different locations of the New York State Workers Compensation Board, both of which are in New York. One is located on Broadway and the other is located on Park Street.
It does mot matter in New York State, not sure about other states.
Yes, taxes come out of everything!
The best place to go to find out about New York State workers compensation would be your local workers compensation branch. You can mail your local government to find out better information on the subject.
Yes, but you must claim your Workers Compensation benefits and they may reduce disability benefits accordingly.
In the state of New York do I have to carry workmans comp for 1099 independent conractors Just because a company pays into WC for you doesn't make you an employee. Many states are "ladder states," meaning liability follows up the ladder until someone can pay. In Texas, General Contractors are required to carry Comp for their subcontractors (who are 1099 workers) who don't have it, or remain liable if they don't (since TX is the voluntary Comp state.) For New York, inquire of the NY State WC Board, 518.474.6670, but I think your answer is yes, if they don't have it.
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Florida, New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts
There is no law addressing this topic, so how many minutes an employee is allowed to be late depends on the employer.
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There is no requirement that they provide you a warning letter. Most employees are at will and can be terminated at any time.
Yes. For example the New York Yankees have had a no facial hair policy for many years.
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You receive workers compensation because you are unable to work. Under item 2. of the Related Link below, you are not eligible to receive unemployment benefits if you are unable to work. It can't be had both ways or it may be unemployment fraud.
The minimum wage for an employee in New York is $7.25 per hour. This rate is modified for certain provisions, such as a lower wage for those who earn tips?
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Nicole Terrana is an AT&T Mobility employee who resides in the state of New York. She attended Niagara community college.