It depends on company policy. The company took my vacation time, but there not supposed to.
In the state of Indiana, you still will receive workmans compensation after being terminated from your job. You will receive workmans compensation until the doctor releases you.
Contact the doctor first to let him know of your plan.
An accident report required by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry to be completed by the employer is to be done within 15 days of the date in injury. The employee has 120 days to provide notice of the work related injury to the employer. The doctor has to file the LIBC-9 when he wants to be paid.
Not if the employee was not given the opportunity to choose his or he own medical provider. If the employer required the employee to visit a specific care provider then the employee should be covered by his or her medical insurer or the company's.
Lawyer get 2weeks for vacation time
what occupations is related to a doctor?
NoButYou can demand a Doctors note for an absence and it must come on a Doctors letter head. This is because what doctor and why your employee is visiting is none of your business, but your employee has to justify any absence.
yes they can and will probably fire you.
The amount of vacation time a doctor receives depends on his or her practice. If the medical doctor has a private office he can take as much time as his patient load allows him to schedule.
HIPAA prohibits the employer from contacting the employee's doctor. It ALLOWS the employer to compel the employee to provide med reports from the doctor, on pain of discharge. It allows the employer to hire a doctor to inquire of the employee's doctor.
You should still be collecting workmans comp if the doctor hasn't released you back to work. Workmans Compensation is an insurance that your employer bought. You can't collect unemployment if you haven't been released back to work from the doctor. You have to be ABLE to work to collect unemployment.
No, they were childhood friends back on Gallifrey.
You can choose a doctor only if your employer does not. Florida Statue 440.13 3(c) states if the employer fails to provide initial treatment or care required by this section after request by the injured employee, the employee may obtain such initial treatment at the expense of the employer.
Shingles is a rare but highly contagious disease. If an employee has shingles, they should stay out of work until they get the "OK" from the doctor.
Of course! :) Another doctor is on-call to cover your caseload when you go on vacation.
DR Who is not related in fiction or transcript in anyway to that of Dr Doolittle
Her doctor was on vacation and she and Josh didn't trust strangers to help them.
Consult your local doctor about your concern and see what they think