In Florida can an employer refuse to pay wages due if the employee no longer works for him?
Federal law requires that you must be paid for any time that you actually worked. You may not be entitled to paid time off or other monetary benefits, but your wages must be paid.
The way that an employer would refuse to give an employee a handbook is they are trying to with hold a benefit.
Yes, if the employee is no longer capable of performing one or more essentila work functions, or poses a danger to self or others.
The employer does not need the employee to APPROVE or even acknowledge the discipline for the employer to unilaterally impose it. Refuse to sign and you are still disciplined.
if another employee made a mistake can my employee make me fix it for free and if i refuse can he fire me
No. You have no expectation that your birthdate remain private.
Yes. An employer can interview an employee regarding a theft from the company. The employee should carefully review the company policies received at the time of hire and that should be clearly posted at the place of employment. Generally, the employee can choose to have a union representative, lawyer or other person present during the interview or can refuse to be interviewed. However, if they refuse, they may be subject to termination depending on the… Read More
Yes, when the employee accepts the job offer, he/she is agreeing to abide by the rules set by the employer. If these rules are not followed, the employer may fire him/her.
In most states, vacation is an earned benefit and unused earned vacation must be paid when an employee leaves employment
Yes this is legal if you are already and employee of the company or person they can deny your application for interview.
What is the most reason an employer would refuse to all an employee to connect his or her own computer to a company network?
The reason most used refusals by an employer is probably because personal computers might contain viruses and other nasty surprises.
An employer can't refuse to pay you a bonus you have already earned. They can refuse to pay you a bonus if you haven't earned it.
This depends on what state you are from but generally, if you have a contract that provides paid vacation leave, or have an employment agreement or policy that gives such, then your employer cannot refuse to pay vacation even if you were terminated. In California, if an employer does have an established policy, practice, or agreement to provide paid vacation, upon termination of employment all earned and unused vacation must be paid to the employee… Read More
Probably, but you should check with the policies and procedures that are in place. One problem is that the employer will place the write-up in your file with an indication that you refused to sign. Another option will be to write a response to the employer, and ask to have your response placed in your file as well. Your employer will probably be ok honoring your request.
In the limited case where the available job would be in a position reporting to your daughter, or to which your daughter reports, her employer can refuse to hire her brother because of potential conflicts of interest and management and employee relations difficulties. One member of a family reporting to another is considered nepotism and is generally to be avoided, except in family owned businesses.
Almost all non-government employers smaller than 20 employees CAN do so, since they are exempt from the Age Discrimination Act.
yes the can refuse anybody who has had a criminal record
Only if your employer happens to be a branch of the US military.
Can an employer refuse to deduct and remit child support from an employee who has a court order to have wages garnished by the employer?
No. That employer should be reported to the court. If a court order for garnishment was issued it is in contempt of a court order. No. That employer should be reported to the court. If a court order for garnishment was issued it is in contempt of a court order. No. That employer should be reported to the court. If a court order for garnishment was issued it is in contempt of a court order… Read More
Certainly. Salary is for work only, never for not working. Employers might offer paid time off or unpaid if an injured worker misses work time.
If your question is "When I miss hours of work, can the employer refuse to call them paid vacation as I requested", the answer is "Goodness yes, the employer alone determines the vacation usage policy.
I am not sure if employers can refuse to verify employment but they are not at liberty to discuss your job performance. Depending on the laws of your state The potential employer can ask the previous employer 5 things 1.The date that you were hired. 2.the position you were hired for. 3. the starting pay for that position 4. the date that your employment stopped. 5. if they would consider hiring you again for that… Read More
Can an employer direct an employee to make a call to a friend of hers to check on another employee before hiring?
An employee might reasonably refuse such a request; employees have a right to keep their private lives separate from their professional lives. However, an employee might also wish to cooperate with this request; it could be helpful to the company for which the employee works, and I really do not see it as a betrayal of a friendship. If the person that the employee has been asked to check on is going to be harmful… Read More
Yes they can refuse if you are not married or not a relative.
As long as it's potentially relevant to the job, yes. You can always quit and refuse to supply information. If it involves legal issues, you will end up having those legal issues if they so chose.
yes, he can
strike ... or resignation.
Working conditions What is a Rostered Day Off (RDO)? When are you entitled to receive a RDO? Generally speaking, an entitlement to a rostered day off is the result of an arrangement between an employer and an employee. The arrangement will generally specify that if the employee works additional hours within a working week then those hours will accrue to entitle them to a paid day off. Arrangement regarding rostered days off may only be… Read More
Not without consequences when it is questioned under oath. Not under oath, there is less of an incentive not to omit to respond, except where doing so would be unlawful. Employers often go no further than to verify the fact of a former employee's employment; that is, employers often decline to speak to any quality of the former employee's service in employment. This is done to avoid the potential for legal liability to the former… Read More
Employers can pretty much do whatever they want, if they have a personel dislike for you they can fire you or refuse to hire you and say it is for a valid reason, Not qualified, tardy, bad attitude ect or they can hire you and keep you hired even if your a worthless employee. because they like you. Any way there no real reson someone shouldn't hire you if your wahges would be garnished… Read More
Vacation pay is whatever the employer policy says it is, but employer must follow its published policy.
An employer cannot retaliate or fire you because you refuse to drop a civil suit. However, they can fire you for other reasons.
Yes, the employer can ask. But you can always refuse and take the consequences.
It would be an establishment decision. If the owner has the sign posted, " we have the right to refuse service to anyone", in plain sight, then yes, you can!
Yes he can provided that you are a a commission or contract. a regular employee can refuse overtime and can be asked to leave early but the he will get pay for the time. An employer is typically permitted to schedule employees so as to manage, minimize and avoid having to pay overtime wages. This would include changing an employees scheduled hours. If a non-exempt employee works overtime, they must then be paid time and… Read More
fire you i guess.
Your employer can refuse if they have good reason. I'm not certain what kind of reason that could be, but if they are providing insurance to everyone else except you, you might have a discrimination case on your hands.
No.Even if it's unauthorized OT they cannot refuse
Certainly. No law requires the employer to do more than pay you for hours worked.
Yes, if it is just an inquiry. The employer cannot, however disregard an order from the court.
There are lots of laws which relate to employment. Your specific rights do depend to some extent upon the agreement that you have with your employer, but you also have other rights that do not have to be stated in any such agreement. You have the right to refuse dangerous work. You have the right to be paid for your work, minimum wage or more.
Right to Know Right to Participate Right to Refuse
Of course it can.
If your employer does not provide you with an appropriate MSDS you may refuse to work with the product after one working day.
Yes, they can. But the best way to handle this is for the previous employer to accurately state the exact dates of employment only. This is, unfortunately, the only defense a previous employer has against a defamation lawsuit in the event any false or even inaccurate information is disseminated by the employer. Many larger companies are actually paying outsourced agencies to handle this issue due to increased defamation lawsuits. Even though many states have specific… Read More
Can an employer say no to rehire reference check due to prior employee's use of an attorney and signed settlement?
An employer can refuse to give a reference for any reason.
No, employers may not withhold earned income as punishment; employers must pay employees all wages that the employees earn. It is unlawful for employers to make any deductions from employee wages without legal authority or the written consent of the employee. ---- Unauthorized deduction routinely fall into two categories 1. Punishment for perceived wrongdoing 2. Compensation for damage 1. Punishment for perceived wrongdoing: There are many options available to employers as disciplinary measures. These measures… Read More
Very little of the health record privacy law (HIPAA) applies to employers, but this is in there: employers cannot compel you to reveal medical RECORDS except those needed to claim a medical-based benefit like FMLA, workers comp, or ADA accommodation. The employer can compel you on pain of discharge to demand necessary records from your doctor, who cannpot refuse YOU. The employer cannot demand records from your doctor, but can hire a doctor to demand… Read More
Not in the United States or Canada, unless the employer also refuses insurance coverage to opposite-sex spouses.
I suppose you mean unemployment compensation. That is administered by the state you live in. The answer is never.
Please refer to the Federal Govt. Web sites on Equal Employment Opportunity and the Americans with Disability Act. Just as below, the employer should only be asking about medication if they show there exists or there maybe a likeli- hood of harm based on on the inability of the employee to perform their job functions. EEOC and ADA do not provide protections for the use of any illegal drugs. Q. Can an employer refuse to… Read More