Your employer can do anything he/she wants, unless you are protected by a union contract or other contract.
The only thing an employer should accept as evidence of a sick day is a doctor's certificate, and they are exactly for the purpose of recording that a particular doctor saw a patient at a particular time. If you are given one you have every right to check its authenticity with the doctor
um...lol you should try and fix yourself but my addvice to you is to see a doctor right away:)
Many employers have drug policies that include random drug screens or drug screens following an event. Would't you agree that it would be reasonable for an employer to have the right to know if an employee uses drugs which of course is a symptom of extremely poor judgment? Employees who use drugs are far more accident prone. Wouldn't everyone agree that an employer should minimize his risk?
Yes, an employer can suspend you for a week in a right to work state.
Your employer most certainly has the right to make a suggestion. Of course, you have the right to respectfully decline. If your employer insists you take drugs for a mental disorder "diagnosed" by this employer, you have the right to respectfully inform this employer that it is illegal to practice and prescribe medicine without a license to do so. Unless, of course, your employer is a licensed practitioner of mental disorders, but even then, you have the right to respectfully decline.
If you are unsure then yes go to the doctor to find out.
"Sick day" policies are generally at the discretion of the employer.
Yes but in that case he has no right to be watching you as you pee unless he's a doctor or nurse too.
Any as long as it has the right course to become a doctor; if you are going to become a doctor you need to get into med school however, you do need good grades to get in .
Yes an employer can tape a call with the right equipment.
There is no legal obligation upon an employer to provide a reference.