No, they are under no obligation to find you a job.
They need a good reason to fire you.
You contact your employer and ask for another copy.
It may not be the fact that you are a felon but the fact that you may not have told them and deliberately deceived them then yes they would have a right to let you go then. Employers do not need a "right" to fire for a particular reason. US law is clear - employers can fire you for good reason or no reason. The employer can ignore your felony or fire you for it or no particular reason, and need not explain themselves to you.
Contact your employer and ask for a copy.
Of course it is legal. All they would need to do is pick up the phone and call the school to ask. If you have stated in your job application that you have a diploma when in fact you do not and they find out, they can fire you immediately for misrepresenting yourself.
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Your employer should have their records electronically stored. The 401K is usually with a separate company anyhow. You will need to find out who sponsors your 401k and their contact information. Your employer will have access to this.
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No, he can not! What you need to do is get another job amd then report this employer to the state's Labor Commissioner.
An employer can fire an employee for any reason at all and need not explain to the former employee. Firing an employee for personal reasons that do not involve race, sex, age, religion, or disability is perfectly legal for employers of any size.
You can swap employers on a permanent resident visa. This visa is not employer dependent. You may be referring to the Australian sponsorship visa which is employer dependent. On this visa you would need to find another employer and get them to sponsor you if you are moving employer. You can ask questions live on the visafirst.com website which is quite handy. They mainly do working holiday visas and skilled migration visas
Yes. You need to divulge any and all criminal convictions, and your company can terminate you for any omissions. It's best to put all past convictions on your application, than to have your employer find then after you've been hired. If you're currently working, most companies won't fire you for being honest with them, but if you don't tell them, they'll fire you for being untrustworthy.
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There is little you can do by yourself. You may want to contact an attorney for assistance.
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Trying to find out if a employer is in Michigan and they can fire for any reason and the employee lives in Kentucky. Must the go with the current state the employee lives in rules instead of Michigan? How can I find out if you need to give warnings to people before firing in Kentucky?
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It depends on your state - some states are "employment at will" states. Check with a local attorney and/or provide more specific information. In the "hire at will" states the employer does not need to give reason to fire you,in other states they must give you a reason However they can always claim poor job performance,bad attitude,insabordination ect to just fire you because they want to get rid of you..
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Short answer: Yes, your employer can fire you at any time without reason at all. BUT depending on your employment agreement it may not be a valid reason and depending on your location the employer may be responsible for paying in lieu of notice. To know for sure you need to call the government agency in your area and ask.
All medical forms will vary by employer. You will need to contact your Human Resources department to find out what forms you will need to fill out for reimbursement.
The answer to this depends on whether it is you voluntarily moving to another state or if it is your employer moving to another state and you are choosing, for whatever reason, not to follow. In the case of the latter, you will likely qualify for unemployment (provided that you meet the other requirements) whereas the first one is your choice and your employer will not need to pay unemployment for you.
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