By law, it's optional for sole proprietors. Reality can be different though. In the construction trades most general contractors will require any subs who are sole proprietors to have workmans comp. This is what their insurance companies require. If a sub doesn't have workmans comp the insurance company adds their wages to the gc's bill.
Yes it is a workmans comp if he was scheduled to come in or he had an appointment. Massachusetts Yes it is a workmans comp if he was scheduled to come in or he had an appointment. Massachusetts Answer #2 You better check with workman's comp. I know of a case where a fellow employee fell in the bathroom at work and was denied payments because it was not considered "work related". In this particular case, the company turned it in as workman's comp but it was refused.
Yes For eg I met the proprietor of a local restaurant The proprietor of XYZ company has passed a personal law.
i lost a finger in 1983 do i get money for that
The employee works for the daughter company.
The proprietor of New Netherlands was the Dutch West India Company in 1624.
You shouldn't be treated differently from any other employee as respects healthcare. Contact an attorney in your area to learn about your rights if you feel your coverage was cancelled without proper notice or if you have been treated differently from other employees.
No. Source http://www.dir.ca.gov/DWC/erguide.pdf Page 13 For more info. on Worker's Comp see http://www.steveshorr.com/workers.comp.htm
That will depend on the accounting practices of individual companies. You need to ask the company itself.
It depends on the company. lil K!
Yes, even if you have insurance with a national company.
. What do you think you can contribute to the progress of ourCompany as an employee?
I don't believe the company is going to contact you. It will probably be thru a mediator directly from the courts. Since there is a disagreement between you both, or you wouldn't be in court, they will have someone mediating on your behalf.
Yes you can provided the proprietor of the firm has at least 51% stake in the new private limited company failing which the company would be called NEW or 'SOLD'.
ask a bookkeeper ???????!!!!!!!
Yes, it is usually called a wholly owned subsidiary or division of the company.
Only if the y are ALSO company employees.
how to make a transfer letter to get a employee to other company?
Sure can. It belongs to the company and not the employee.
A shareholder can be an employee of a company; although is isn't necessary to be an employee to be a shareholder. Company Board members can vote to designate a certain number of shares to employees as a bonus or company benefit. Or, an employee can purchase shares independently.
I recently opened a title company in Oklahoma. What kind of information are you looking for?
It is besically a limited company, so it should not have any single proprietor. It has a group of people who are generaly called directors.