If an exempt employee has been made to stay till 130am to meet a deadline because of a delay in receipt of prerequisite materials is there any law preventing them being required back at work at 8?
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Answer . \nNo. You are talking about two totally different legalities. âRight to workâ refers to state laws that prohibit employees from being required to join a union or pay union dues or fees. Twenty-two states have adopted right-to-work laws, and all employees in a right-to-work sta…te are protected, with the exception of airline and railroad employees (who are covered under the Railway Labor Act) and employees working on federal property (depending on circumstances).\n. \nRight to work has NOTHING to do with breaks. State laws mandate certain unpaid breaks. Each state is different. For instance, here is Nevada law on breaks (Nevada is a right to work state, by the way):\n. \n . NRS 608.019 1. An employer shall not employ an employee for a continuous period of 8 hours without permitting the employee to have a meal period of at least one-half hour. No period of less than 30 minutes interrupts a continuous period of work for the purposes of this subsection. 2. Every employer shall authorize and permit all his employees to take rest periods, which, insofar as practicable, shall be in the middle of each work period. The duration of the rest periods shall be based on the total hours worked daily at the rate of 10 minutes for each 4 hours or major fraction thereof. Rest periods need not be authorized however for employees whose total daily work time is less than 3 and one-half hours. Authorized rest period shall be counted as hours worked, for which there shall be no deduction from wages. 3. This section does not apply to: (a) Situations where only one person is employed at a particular place of employment. (b) Employees included within the provisions of a collective bargaining agreement. 4. An employer may apply to the labor commissioner for an exemption from providing to all or to one or more defined categories of his employees one or more of the benefits conferred by this section. The labor commissioner may grant the exemption if he believes the employer has shown sufficient evidence that business necessity precludes providing such benefits. Any exemption so granted shall apply to members of either sex. 5. The labor commissioner may by regulation exempt a defined category of employers from providing to all or to one or more defined categories of their employees one or more of the benefits conferred by this section, upon his own motion or upon the application of an association of employers. Each such application shall be considered at a hearing and may be granted if the labor commissioner finds that business necessity precludes providing that particular benefit or benefits to the employees affected. Any exemption so granted shall apply to members of either sex.**\n . \nIf you are unsure whether it is legal to make an employee work 8 hours without a break, you need to consider the state laws on breaks, for the state that the employee is working in. ( Full Answer )
Answer . i believe you have to have at least an associates degree and work 40 hours in a hospital
Exempt employees are 'exempt' from federal overtime rules and regulations, based on specific qualifications put forth by FLSA rules. (Executives, professionals, etc.) Non-Exempt employees are paid by the hour, and are subject to federal overtime rules (time and a half, for all hours worked over 40 i…n a pay week.) All hourly employees are non-exempt, all exempt employees are salaried, but not all salaried employees are exempt. Salaried employees must pass specific FLSA criteria to be categorized as 'Exempt', and therefore exempt from overtime rules. ( Full Answer )
How to meet Aliens on the sims 2, How can you meet e'm well I'll tell you... What you do is...Who am i kiding I'm not gonna tell you losers HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA BECAUSE YOU ARE ALL STUPID, HA HA HA HA HA HA HA. Okay now I'll tell you Ha HAHAHAHAHAH NO I …WONT YOU'S ARE ALL SO FUNNY. Okay Laughs over i was kidding about all that then seriously now I'll tell you how to do it...using a Cheat. That's right i said it a cheat! Okay here it goes... 1) While your in your neighbourhood like pleasentveiw ect. Please if you would do so get your cheat box up by presing Ctrl+Shift+C (if your wondering what shift is its the key with a little arrow on pointing North you have two of these on your key pad aswell as ctrl you can tell if its ctrl because it has ctrl you will find thes either side of your keypad left and right.) all together at once it should please. 2. Then a small cheat box should pop up at the top of your computer screen. Click on it then type in boolprop testingcheatsenabled true just like the way iv'e shown you here. Then press enter for the cheat to work. 3. chose the household you would like to play as. If you haven't already buy a telescope from buy mode. You can either click on the little icon that has a cahir and a lamp on it or press on your keypad f2. and then place the telescope down in a safe place how you will know this is because it will have a green square souroundings on the object/s. 4.) press shift on the telescope (if your wondering what shift is its the key with a little arrow on pointing North you have two of these on your key pad.) and then click on DEBUG Alien Abduction. Your sim will then be carreied off into a laser beam. And come back about 5 hours later at the latest. ( Avoid males being abducted they usally come back pregnet not the female strangely.) And that's how to meet aliens on the sims 2. Thank you very Much. More cheats. =Move_objects on =motherlode ( Full Answer )
Answer . No, the IRS rules of IC do not apply to workers comp. Please contact NCCI at 800-622-4123 to verify.
The ileocecal valve prevents the back flow of fecal material fromthe colon to the small intestine. The ileocecal valve is positionedat the far end of the small intestine.
What statutory common law or court cases require that co-owners of a copyright account to the other owners for any profits they made from their joint work?
Oddo v. Ries, 743 F.2d 630, 633 (9th Cir. 1984) (citing Meredith v. Smith, 145 F.2d 620, 621 (9th Cir.1944)). See also Morrill v. Smashing Pumpkins, 157 F. Supp. 2d 1120, 1126 (C.D.Cal. 2001).
Yes. In a March 10, 2006, opinion letter (FLSA 2006-6), the Department of Labor (DOL) confirmed that an employer can require exempt employees to record hours worked without jeopardizing their exempt status. "As the preamble to the final rule explains, an employer may require an exempt employee to do… things such as to record and track hours and to work a specified schedule without affecting the employee's exempt status," the DOL stated.. Some management staff and employees may be challenged by this fact; however, there are legitimate business reasons for holding employees accountable to such a requirement. For example, when there are billable hours or an employer desires to simply track hours worked for performance and attendance purposes, it is the employer's business prerogative to do so.. The employer may define the work hours and hold the employee accountable to the specified schedule without affecting the exempt status under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Often, employers will establish core hours as a measure of flexible scheduling.. The best practice for employers is to have a written policy to notify employees of any established requirements. The written policy would state the requirement, in this instance, to record and track hours as well as the method for recording hours.. In addition, employers may implement a policy outlining work hours, the need to comply with recognized schedules and the ramifications of noncompliance. ( Full Answer )
No, but if they offer it to full time employees they have to offer it to all full time employees, same with part time. Its a policy by the company to offer or not offer health benefits. The company just have to by fair in the way offer it.
Are employers allowed take a salaried employee and put them back on a hourly rate because of payroll being too high?
Sure. They can do that. Meanwhile, keeping mouth shut, the employee should be looking around for a new job.
Is there any law in England regarding employment contracts not being made available to the employee until after a three month work trial?
An employer does not have to provide you with a contract at all. But if you are being employed for more than 1 month then you must be provided with a written statement of terms within 2 months. This is just a description of all the terms of your employment such as duties, pay, sick pay, holidays …etc. It will be signed by your employer and you must sign to say you have received it. However your signature does not mean you agree with it, just a signature of receipt. If your employer refuses to give you when you can go to the Employment Tribunals where they will issue what they think it should be. If there is a dispute such as unfair dismissal and it is discovered that you were never given your written statement, then the tribunal will award you more (usually 2-4 weeks pay). Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
All potential donors must be at least 17 years old or older to give. . All donors at donation must bring a valid picture ID. . Donors must weigh at least 110 pounds. . Potential donors must be feeling well and healthy on the day of donating.
It depends on how you are set up as far as rules for everyone in the company. Many exempt employees are hired to get the job done, and the hours are not really a critical piece of the puzzle. Most exempt positions have a certain latitude of the hours put in, since many time these people work extra h…ours at no pay. Their pay remains constant. If the employee only put in 30 hours and the rules are for their presence of 40, then they need to use some of the vacation and sick time toward the 40. Last paragraph is wrong. If the employee worked some of every workday, then employee gets full pay for the week. If exempt employee missed a day, he/she gets paid or unpaid for the day according to employer's rules. Might be denied sick leave or vacation and given unpaid LOA. ( Full Answer )
January 31st. Although you cannot give an employee a 1099. An employee must get a W-2.
yea, either 8 or 10 but pretty sure your suppose to get a 10min or half hour break (depending on what you want)
You need a bachelors degree in any subject matter, and you needto take the LSAT. Typically, a score over 150 is needed to get intolaw school, and a score above 160 will make you competitive forthose well thought of schools preferred by legal employers. Generally speaking, you also need a clean crim…inal record to beadmitted to state bars. Those convicted of recent crimes of moralturpitude (embezzlement, fraud, etc) may be able to obtain a spotin a law school only to find out they are not qualified to be alawyer upon graduation. Minor crimes, such as drug use, are oftennot a barrier to bar admission if there is evidence that you are nolonger an habitual drug user. Crimes related to civil disobedienceand protesting are also overlooked by bar committees. Keep in mind that it does not matter what your undergraduate majoris unless you wish to be admitted to the patent bar after lawschool. The patent bar requires a hard science degree or extensivecoursework in that subject. Some computer majors are alsoqualified; check with the patent bar to see which ones. . Pre-law programs usually do not assist your admission chances,nor does political science. Indeed, such programs could actuallyhurt your application at competitive schools, since you will notstand out from other applicants. When I was attending Harvard Law,I did not know any classmates who had studied pre-law. ( Full Answer )
If a guy you likes likes you back but he wants to stay friends to prevent any akward feelings what do you do?
I think that if guy really likes u.. there shouldn't be any akward feelings and there should be no problem with atleast trying a realtionship... You never know you could be missing out on a great relationship.. But you also could get into a bad one.. especially if he already is having concerns.. Per…sonally I'd move on and find a guy that's a real man and isn't "afraid of any akward feelings" You should tell your friend to grow a pair and live a little... you only live once. P.S if you do try the relationship, and it doesnt work out, don't look at or speak to him for a while, they like it. ( Full Answer )
Describe the strategies you use for balancing a variety of tasks while working to meet multiple deadlines. How do you prioritize projects that may have conflicting deadlines?
To answer the first question: Assuming the tasks were not all presented at the same time, work on one project at a time to its completion. Prioritize the completion of each task with the focus of mission criticality, meaning "Which task must be completed in order for the company to continue to meet… / achieve its vision statement / goal?" Always include completion dates for tasks, and times whenever possible. As an example: Top Priority: complete client business proposal for executive presentation by Thu., Nov 23 Priority 2: complete annual market analysis review for boss by Fri., Nov 24 Priority 3: prepare quarterly sales projection for fiscal year ending 20xx by Wed., Nov 29 Priority 4: plan company Christmas party by Fri., Dec 1. Answer for question 2: Sometimes, multiple tasks can be very demanding of one's time and resources. If multiple tasks cannot be completed by a proposed date, talk with the person who assigned the tasks or an immediate supervisor about rescheduling the task. If one of the tasks has a high (or the highest) priority on the list, ask about a possible extention for the next highest priority task. The supervisor Amy already know the importance of the completion of the task and will more than likely grant the extension (within reason, depending on the nature of the task), consult with his / her superiors about an extension, or reassign another date for the lower priority task (or reassign a lower priority task to someone else). Additionally, ask co-workers if they can assist in completing some of the far lower priority tasks. This also shows an ability to collaborate and fosters cohesion and unity among fellow employees. Always ask for help with lower priority tasks from fellow co-workers, as this will show them that you acknowledge their time is valuable also. All in all, this general guideline demonstrates one's ability to stay organized and manage a potentially stressful situation. ( Full Answer )
A doctor must first attend undergraduate school with Pre-Med focus.Then, they must pass a medical school entrance exam called MCAT.After completing medical school, they must be a resident doctor inorder to be fully trained and licensed.
In the US, the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1968 requires each employer to provide employment and a place of employment that is free from recognized hazards, i.e a safe working environment. Other countries have laws with slightly different names that seek to accomplish roughly the same …results. ( Full Answer )
Are there any legal protection for employees who have mandatory court appearance if they are the defendant to prevent them from being fired from their job?
Wihtout knowing your state, it is impossible to answer. You have no alternative but to honor a court subpoena to appear. If you are a resident of a "right-to-work" state your employer can discharge you at any time for any reason.
Shingles is a rare but highly contagious disease. If an employeehas shingles, they should stay out of work until they get the "OK"from the doctor.
(in the US) Every state has child labor laws that set an age below which minors cannot be legally employed for wages.
Did Barack Obama pass some new law preventing fathers who owe back child support from being sent to jail?
No. (It's amazing the number of things President Obama is accused of!). Whether a delinquent obligor is sent to jail is up to the judge who's hearing the case. . But, with the financial crisis, states are being left with the choice of jailing true criminals, or ones owing child support. If push com…e to shove, the jailing of the child support offender takes precedence over the jailing of rapists and others, or the state could lose welfare funds. ( Full Answer )
no u wont get paid anything cuz u get paid for hours which u work if ur a teacher ul still be payed for a few days
because if poaching was continued, pretty much all the animals on the endangered list would be killed off completely. Poaching is for people who have no life they need to be poached themselves.
Is there any law to get your dog back Got her for Christmas and she was a present but he refuses to give her back because we no longer talk?
If you have any proof of ownership of the animal at all, you could file a report of stolen property with the police. For example; did you license the dog and get dog tags for her - did you take her to the vet and pay any vet bills - etc, ANYTHING that would prove you actually had possession of the a…nimal? Without any positive proof you actually possessed the dog I'm afraid you're pretty much out of luck. There's plenty of animals out there deserving of your love, adopt another one and don't let this guy control you by these actions. ( Full Answer )
When you complete your income tax return correctly after the end of of the year and if you end up with an income tax liability YES. You will have to pay the amount of income tax that are owed at that time.
Federal employment law preempts all state laws to the contrary. The federal wage & hour act (FLSA) prohibits employers compelling or even ACCEPTING free labor from employees.
Certainly. Employers can do anything which is not prohibited by law. While I can TRACK exempt time - and use it as evidence to discipline for attendance problems - I must pay exempt employees for full days: pay for the day or do not, no part days or hourly deductions.
Meeting deadlines saves money, cuts costs, and saves time. The importance of meeting deadlines has far-reaching consequences in organizations. Business leaders must calculate the affect of not meeting deadlines on the profitability of a business. [ These calculations must include a panoramic view of… all business processes. Once all processes are reviewed business leaders will be in a better position to determine the importance of meeting deadlines ( Full Answer )
Setting Clear standards of work and deadlines enables people to complete work effectivley. ifthere are no standards or they are vauge this can lead to confusion and problems.
While not strictly speaking a prerequisite, most law schools in Canada and the US teach a fairly standard set of subjects in first year (contracts, criminal law, property, torts, civil procedure, constitutional law). Beyond that, no prerequisite is required for an introductory environmental law cour…se. ( Full Answer )
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What can an employee do if they feel they are being harassed at work regarding the employer wants to get them fired because of pay?
Harassment becasue of pay is not illegal, so you cannot file a charge with EEOC or a state agency. An employer can fire anyone it employs as long as no statute or contract gets violated. An employer does not "get you fired" ... it fires you.
What is it called when you are exempt from a law because you already had something that that law makes illegal?
I believe you are talking about "grandfathering." For example, if a law is passed requiring buildings to have handicap ramps, but you already built a building that doesn't have one, then your building is grandfathered and is not required to have a ramp.
What can you do if your landlord refuses to give you back your security deposit because you lost your receipt?
If your landlord accepted the security deposit from you he must return to you unless he have legal grounds to keep all or part of the security deposit. I don't think that the loss of your receipt for the security deposit is enough to allow your landlord to keep it. Thus you can sue him.
This type of question is used in a competency based interview. In these interviews the interviewer is looking for evidence of how you have demonstrated the competence at work. Your answer should be structured to give a brief description of the situation, the action you took and the result of the act…ion. For example for this question you could answer Situation - I had a heavy work load and suddenly a Director wanted to get something done urgently Action - to make sure I could deliver on time I reviewed all my current tasks with my line Manager and we re-priotitised them based on the profit impact. I briefed the othe managers that I had to change priorities and they accepted this Result - as a result we got the proposal out on time and won a Â£250,000 contract If you want to know more about how to prepare for a competency based interview there is a link to a great free resource in the related links box below ( Full Answer )
The back is an intricate part of our system. Everyone will suffer from back pain at some time or another in their lifetime. For those that have pain for months or even years may decide that surgery is their best option. There is not a "check list" per say as to what you need to do to have surgery, h…owever the first and most important step is to see a Chiroprator who can offer many treatments before surgery. If, after you have tried and not succeeded to relieve that back pain, you and your Chiropactor can make the call to have you see a specialist in that area. ( Full Answer )
He can prevent a law from being passed by not making a bill for it.
Can a company terminate an employee because we have restructed company and their position has been made reduntant?
Yes. The only restrictions would be whether the employee is part of any organized labor union that prevents it or whether an employment contract exists.
Yes i lik work under pressure... wit g8t effect.... inorder to achieve the company goal...
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 is the US legislation that created OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration), NIOSH (the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health), and the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission. The Occupational Safety and Health… Act is the primary federal law which governs occupational health and safety in the private sector and federal government in the United States . It was enacted by Congress in 1970 and was signed by President Richard Nixon on December 29, 1970. Its main goal is to ensure that employers provide employees with an environment free from recognized hazards, such as exposure to toxic chemicals, excessive noise levels, mechanical dangers, heat or cold stress, or unsanitary conditions. The Act can be found in the United States Code at title 29, chapter 15. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Most countries have laws restricting limits on numbers of targeted species, and the capture of non targeted species.
No laws have been broken. However there has been a breach ofconfidentiality which could be challenged as a civil matter.
If the emergency Was legit and it helped someone then I don't seewhy you would get fired.
The answer depends on what you mean by a mixed number. A mixed fraction, for example, is always a rational number - without exception.
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It could, but mostly because of the rapid influx of people filingat the same time.
In 1970 the federal government created to both assist and require employers and employees to make the prevention of on the job injuries and work-related illnesses a priority.?
The Occupational Safety and Health Act was passed by Congress in1970 and created the Occupational Safety and Health Administrationin 1971.