In North Carolina does an individual worker have to carry workman's comp insurance?
Short answer: No. The law in the state of North Carolina states that a sole proprietorship, partnership, or LLC is required to carry workman's compensation coverage if you have three or more employees. Employees can be full-time, part-time, regular, seasonal, or family members. Sole proprietors, partners, and managers and members of the LLC are NOT included in the headcount.
Most anyone can purchase life insurance on an individual basis. Whether or not it is provided by your employer as part of a benefit package is determined by the employer. Life insurance can be purchased from an agent. Your rates will be determined by your health situation and different companies will have different rates as well.
If he is trying to sue a company or collect insurance or get workmans compensation he will probably get caught. They take photos of him when he least expects it. Like when he takes out the trash or walks out to his car. They send people to his house (presumably) selling an item and those people are spies who will see how he walks or whether he appears injured. You can relist your question and…
Not true at all. You are entitled to have legal representation, if you so choose. The fact that you have received payments from the system would appear to me to indicate that your application has been approved. Any comments from the case worker, to you, should be discussed with his/her supervisor, to find out the truth of the matter. Remember, all civil servants have a boss somewhere that they have to report to, who is…
Can domestic partners have two health care plans--one individual for a self employed worker and one group plan through the partner's employer which is cheaper but could change if employment changes?
This might be for example, a care worker might have an opinion on the way an individual should be dressed i.e. appropriate to the weather or location and an individual might want to dress in another way i.e. wearing light clothing in the snow that would not protect them from the weather or refusing to wear suncream and a hat in sunny weather to protect them from sun damage.
Mackoul & Associates, Inc. specializes in the insurance of Cooperatives and Condominiums. Other insurance offered includes Commercial Insurance, Business Auto Insurance, Error & Omissions Liability, Business Life Insurance, Insurance for Small Business Owners, Worker Compensation and Short Term Disability, as well as Group Health Insurance. Personal Insurance offered includes Automobile, Coop/Condo Owners, Personal Umbrella, Watercraft, Disability Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, Renter's Insurance, Floater's Insurance, Life Insurance and Long Term Care Insurance.
A real estate worker who is not a real estate agent can work for themselves and be a subcontractor or work for a real estate office(broker) and work directly for the owner. The difference will be how this individual pays taxes and gets paid. So there is a difference in your worker relationship. This is established when you are hired.
Which factors would an employer consider if he or she were trying to decide wheather to hire an additional worker?
In Workers' compensation insurance, the employer pays premium for workers employed in his factory. In case of any fatal injury or in the event of death of any worker, the Insurance Company compensate the loss on the basis of proof of eventuality produced by the employer. Especially workmen employed in hazardous job like mining, this insurance is very much beneficial.
Assuming you're talking about the layouot of a building (rather than the software). An open office plan keeps individual workers together, while allowing them to have their own workspace. One huge office split by partitiions allows colleages to have a sense of 'belonging' - Individual 'one-person' offices instil a sense of isolation. In individual offices, a worker might not see another worker at all between refreshment breaks.