Of course. Computers are used for payroll records, right?Answer
It depends. Sometimes different branches of the same business are owned by different companies. For example, two McDonald's or two Hampton Inn Hotels will not have any info about each other's payroll records. However, I would be tempted to put the previous job on your application if it's good experience, and just list "personal" under reason for leaving.
Employer means someone who hires people to do jobs for him/her
Unless the 'someone' is the paediatrician's employer, salary issues are private between the employer and employee and not the business of 'someone'.
Tell them " come to the party"....Is that so hard ?
The term, "look yourself", means that you should present yourself as who you are, and not put on a different persona or try to please someone (e.g. a prospective employer) by intimating that you are someone that you're not.
Someone who has a job available.
It depends on the employer and the type of work being performed. If the employer is looking for someone who obeys the law and is respectful of others, you might not be hired with a suspended license. If the employer just wants a warm body to fill a job, you might be ok.
the definition of location is where someone is
yes if you have proplems with drugs your employer has to pay for rehab
Only a Supervicer, Manager, or Assit Manager will call an Employer to come in not a Employer. I hope this help.
Well, an employer can TELL you who to date, but (in u.s. at least) it is illegal for anyone to FORCE you to date someone. No.
the theme of location covers the location of a place or he location of someone. MARCU$ I. TORRE$ $.
Hell yes, but its illegal
If the employee is on unemployment then that employee is no longer employed and therefore the duty of the employer to the ex employee no longer exists. It will therefore depend on the laws of your country and perhaps on any trade union agreements weather the employer can hire new help to do the same job as someone who was recently made redundant (rather then rehiring the redundant worker), but the employer could certainly hire new help for a different job requiring different skills.
No, that would be unacceptable, U.S.A. is a free country not slavery if they don't wanna do it the employer can't make them do it
It's called "discrimination". Unfortunately, as of 2013, it's also called "business as usual".
By searching Google, it is easy to get background and location information on someone.
Yes. If you have committed a felony no matter how extreme, your employer has the right to deny you a job. This is because the employer does not have to hire someone who can pose a threat or danger to their company.
An applied force is a force that is applied to an object by a person or another object. An example is when someone is pushing a desk across the room.
An employer is not required to provide you with a verification letter. They do have to verbally state if someone calls that you have worked there.
If the employee built the item under the direction of the employer, using the employer's plans or specifications, the employer will be responsible. If the employee did not follow the directions of the employer, particularly if it strayed from the standards of a normal build, then the employee could be held responsible.