How should an employee be paid if he works an entilted holiday?
Holiday pay is commonly called doubletime or double the normal rate of pay.
As we know holiday that fall on the weekends are genrally moved to friday or monday. but how do you pay when half the employees work on the observed holiday and the other half works monday through fri?
The question is not well phrased. If an hourly employee is required to work on a federal holiday, usually the employer is obliged to pay time-and-a-half. Workers on days that are not federal holidays get regular pay. If the actual holiday falls on a day that isn't the federally observed holiday (for example, the actual holiday falls on a Saturday, but the observed holiday is the following Monday, and a particular employee normally works on…
If you have an employee who is a pathological liar, document all conversations with written follow-up and confront him when you catch him in a lie, using your trail of documentation. If this behaviour continues to happen and has not improved after repeated confrontations you should terminate this employee.
I have a lot of experience with these things. First of all my granpa works at LCBO and so did his dad and his dad and his dad and so on. Of course my dad works there to and someday I will. An average employee will make about $12.99 per hour but an employee that is very high up in the business will make about $13.99 an hour.
When an employee works beyond the regularly scheduled time the additional rate allowed for the extra hours worked is the Bonus?
Where i work we are being tapedcan an employee of that company video tape you while your workingon their phone or at homethey are not on the time clock?
Anyone can petition the court for a restraining order but it makes no sense to ask for one against an employee who works for you. How could business possibly be conducted if the boss and the employee were prohibited by the court from communicating with one another? The question would make more sense if it were worded, "...against an EX-employee."
A good employee is one; Who works without much supervision. whose performance is always on an upscale chart. always tries to be on time/punctual. who works on assignments and meets the deadlines. Hope that I have answered your question and now you have some knowledge on what are the strong points of a good employee.