a raise a vacation
raise, day off, promotion, date
No, there is nothing that states you get a raise after a year. You can ask them, but it is not required for them to do it.
The employer did not give anyone the day off. He went to his employer and asked for a raise.
So long as your employer didn't promise a raise in a contract, then your employer is under no obligation to provide you a raise - no matter how stellar of an employee you are.
One is always allowed to ask. However - and unfairly - the law assumes a given amount of tips are coming in, whether they actually are or not! And the employer can hide behind that.
No not really, not unless you actually earned it. A good employer will though.
Employers can ask that in every state.
A potential employer is limited in the types of questions he can ask your current employer. Generally, he can only ask things like if he would ever rehire you and if you are currently working there.
Employer can ASK anything. It can't compel employee to retire, if employer large enough to be subject to Age Discrimination Act.
Yes, and they usually do.
The employer can ask, however, it's your decision to accommodate or not. An employer cannot force you to work without pay. The question is, can you trust the employer, and can you survive without pay.
Yes an employer can ask for the applicants driver's license for identification.
You might ask them if there is a better way of doing your job. You could ask them for help or suggestions on how to do some things.
Yes, they have the right to ask you how old you are.
He/she can ask why you quit, but you don't have to tell him/her.
1 - is this person re-hirable and #2 - you can ask for dates of employment.I think that's all you can legally askNo statute restricts what a employer can ask. Almost no restrictions on what a former employer can say about a worker. No factual info can create defamation liability - only falsehoods. can.
Whenever their employer chooses to give them one.
Certainly. Cops can ask you, employer can ask you.
The proper way to ask for a raise is to be direct. You will also want to be prepared to explain why you deserve a raise along with examples.
To my knowledge, employers can ask about your attendance. They are NOT permitted to ask why you were out of the office. They are NOT permitted to ask questions about your religious or sexual orientations. They are not permitted to ask specifics about whether or not the previous employer thinks you are ugly or a liar or whatever. If the potential employer does ask these, you can file a lawsuit. If the previous employer makes untruthful, slanderous statements about you, you can also file a lawsuit.
you ask if you can have a raise :)
The raise is only for your future work. If I give you a raise today, I won't be making it retro back to July, or a past date.
An employer can ask an employee if they are retiring as long as it is not done in a way that does not discriminate. It is not legal for an employer to tell an employee to resign because of his age. Also, an employee does not have to answer if his boss asks if he is retiring.