Bankruptcy courts ALL recognize the priority duty in parcelling out the assets of a failed business is to pay creditors. Unpaid employees have a high-priority, statutory claim for wages. You probably get paid ahead of other creditors ... but you may not get all that's owed you.
I'm pretty sure they are not legally obligated to. I'm not a lawyer however. I'm pretty sure they are not legally obligated to. I'm not a lawyer however. Are you freakin serious? if u own a businees and expect your employees to drive around as part of the job OUT OF THEIR OWN pockets, then you will be answering to the law. why you think we should spend our own hard earn paychecks to drive around for the company is blowing my mind. smh LABOR CODE section 2802
Parents are not legally obligated to ever help with college expenses anywhere. Added: If you signed some type of contract obligating you to pay for tuition and room & board, etc, you are obligated until the expiration date of that contract. If no contract was signed, you are not legally obligated to pay anything for your child after they attain their 18th birthday, and they legally become an adult.
To be liable is to be legally responsible to someone or something. You, or your company, would be legally responsible if something where to happen under your authority. It is very important for a business to know what their liabilities are and to ensure that nothing will happen to either their employees, merchandise, or others involved in the business, aka customers.
Yes-Hello, it all depends on what your business will do - as far as I am aware the only trade that is legally required to have public liability is a horse riding company. With every other trade it is just heavily recommended. Public Liability insurance protects you and your business against any damage that you cause to your clients property or persons. If you have any employees you are legally required to have employers liability insurance. It protects your business and your employees if they get injured whilst working for you - it pays medical costs and other associated costs.What kind of work is the business going to be doing?Kind RegardsTimSimply Business
It usually refers to someone abandoning a person who he/she is legally or morally obligated to take care of. It also refers to someone leaving the military without permission and without intending to return.It usually refers to someone abandoning a person who he/she is legally or morally obligated to take care of.
An employer will probably want to provide his or her employees with health benefits, and must find and secure benefits that fit the business and best serve employees. Health benefits include insurance coverage and ancillary benefits, such as retirement, disability, and life insurance. Cost of benefits is of great concern to business operators, and generally they will try to minimize these costs. The cost of coverage will be paid in whole or in part by the employer. Generally, the cost to employees is less than the cost of health coverage outside the group would be. Most employers are not legally obligated to offer health benefits to employees. At the same time, health benefits are valuable to employees and even considered the most desirable benefit of all. Health benefits are also highly motivational to employees, helping to attract and retain good employees. Some employees will even sacrifice pay in exchange for good benefits. Plan contributions are also tax deductible for a business, helping to make them more affordable. Unfortunately, benefits generally cost more for a small business operator than a large corporation. Administration of benefits is required, and administrative costs for a small business are also prohibitive. Legal compliance is also necessary in the administration of benefit plans, and so a business may incur legal fees. Employee health plans will generally be group plans. Coverage is provided to employees and their qualifying dependents.
Not legally, but the employees could face repercussions such as terminations as they are considered to be "at-will" employees. If speaking English is required by the company code of conduct they must comply or face consequences, although this would be a terribly backwards policy and could possibly land said employer up to lawsuits for discriminatory practices.
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