Is a company reliable when an employee dies and his name was not on the policy list due to an administrative error?
It is a company that has put in it's policy and procedures employee manual a line that reads: "Either the employee or employer may terminate the employee-employee relationship at any time and/or for any reason." The caveat is that there can be no discrimination involved when terminating an employee. This policy appears to protect the employer more than the employee. The employee will simply resign without giving notice. Many courts will uphold this policy as… Read More
You can write a warning letter to an employee by saying that he failed to wear his company identification card. Then explain what the policy is and where it can be found in the employee handbook.
It depends on what the employee benefit plan provides. You need to check the employee benefit handbook.
Can a company change the policy requiring an employee to serve one month's notice period before leaving employment?
Yes, a company can change their policy at any time. Notice must be given to the employees that the policy is changing. You should check the employee handbook. It is likely there is a statement inside that the company has reserved the right to make changes.
A group life insurance policy is an employee benefit program. The employer is the contract holder, and the lives of the employees are insured. If the employee leaves the company the coverage may or may not be convertible to an individual policy (one owned by the former employee, rather than the employer).
It deepends on company policy. Most likely, the company has insurance which will protect their interests, but that does not necessarily let the employee off the hook, unless company policy is to cover it for the employee. Otherwise, you may find your employer or the insurance company asking you to reimburse them. But in a situation where employees drive customers' cars, I can't imagine there isn't a written policy covering just this eventuality. And I… Read More
Is the insurance company required to notify you if your employer cancels the company policy thereby cancelling the employee coverage?
No. The Employer must notify you.
If an employee leaves does the employer have to provide Cobra insurance until they find another insurance company?
If you had an employee covered under a group policy (less than 5), do you have to provide Cobra insurance to the employee until they find other coverage if they leave the company?
If an employee is on his way to work and driving a company car and has an accident and is at fault is the employer liable What if the employee is DUI?
The employee, driving a company car, intoxicated and on the way to work!! This has to be the most ... ... ... The employee will be terminated no doubt, and will be charge with causing the accident, and will face a possible lawsuit by the other party. In this case, the company insurance carrier will NOT pay out a dime. Negligence on the part of an employee is not usually covered in anybody's insurance policy.
Typically no, because most states would consider the employee to be fired for negligence or violation of company policy.
You may be able to but it depends on your company policy. Some policies forbid co-workers to date eachother. If it's not against policy then you can.
How do I find out the amount of a life insurance policy issued by Life Insurance Company of Georgia that is now with Jackson National Life Insurance Company?
The policy you were issued should state the amount of coverage it provides. If you don't have the policy, contact the Jackson National Life Ins Company and ask that they give you a status of the policy and a duplicate copy of it. and/or Go to a reliable service like http://www.freeiquotes.com and take a free life insurance quote and get answers from them for free. Fast, Free, Reliable, and Time Saving.
If an employee has to take off from work to see a doctor related to a workman's comp claim does this employee get paid for the time off or do they have to use the sick or vacation time first?
It depends on company policy. The company took my vacation time, but there not supposed to.
To introduce employee with the new culture in the organization and help him to understand company policy and procedures. Rajesh
Employees have no right to spend their time at work or use company resources for their own purposes. An employee can send e-mails relating to their work as part of their job with np problem.A n employee cannot send e-mails at work that: violate the law affect the companies image contravene company security procedures reveal trade secrets contain malware are outside of the employees job responsibilities are harassing or obscene Doing any of these things… Read More
A viable Office Policy can provide defenses when an employee/agent acts independently of company policy. An office policy cannot however replace proactive management. Want more? Cec@CecDaniels.com
Who's liab. policy? If you mean will the employers general liabilitly policy cover his own employee stealing.. Maybe, of course charges would need to be brought etc. Most certainly turn in the claim.
Absolutely. Depending on company policy, you may not be able to do it simultaneously, though.
The best way to find a reliable vehicle insurance company is to research a number of companies, ask relatives or friends about their experiences, and ensure that the policy being offered covers all your requirements, especially in the small print.
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
Does the employer have the right to disregard the disability if the policy of the company is to discipline an employee even though he has ADA?
Absolutely not it goes against the ADA.Its a federal law
Which kind of life insurance policy protects a company from loss caused by the death of a valuable employee?
Key Man life insurance could be either on a term or permanent life plan, where the beneficiary is the employer. The funds can be used by the beneficiary company to hire and train a replacement for the key person employee.
If your employer has a 'non-owned auto' policy does it protect you while running business errands in your personal car or just protect the employer?
Non-owned auto coverage protects your company in the event your company is sued as a result of an auto accident that you or one of the employees has in a personal vehicle while on company business. This coverage DOES NOT protect you or the employee personally. Usually an employee's personal auto policy will provide insurance to the employee, however, some personal auto policies now exclude business use. You must make sure that your limits are… Read More
Is key man insurance taxable to the person covered as is the case on group-term life insurance paid by an employer's company over 50K?
Key person life insurance is coverage on the life of a key employee and payable to the employer upon that employee's death. The purpose is to protect the company from the financial loss associated with the loss of the employee. Since the employee in no way benefits from a key person life insurance policy, there are no tax consequences to the employee.
If you are referring to group term life insurance the answer is no. The policy is a group policy and the policyholder is the company and the employee only and a spouse has no right to the policy. Sometimes there are individual life insurance policies sold to employees on a payroll deduction basis and they are group billed to the employer. These policies are able to be taken by the employee if they change employer… Read More
The unpaid vacation time is due the employee upon termination because the employee has earned it. Depends upon the policy of the company. In the US vacation time does not have to be paid upon leaving. Some companies do, others don't. Some places may have laws regarding the payment.
There is no law requiring employers to keep a job application for a certain amount of time. How long they are kept on file will depend on company policy.
Most decent companies will give an employee time off for a sister-in-law's funeral. Ask your boss if the company covers this policy.
I need to know how much the policy is worth and also to change the beneficiary. I am Mary Molewski a retired employee from Fieldcrest Cannon.
A grievance policy is a policy that describes how an organization will respond to a complaint by an employee or other interested person.
Administrative trade policies are bureaucratic rules that are designed to make imports to enter a country. these policy hurt consumers by denying access to possibly superior foreign products.
Each company has its own safety policy. You have to specify the company; then you might find out what their policy is.
Your HR dept. is best equipped to answer this for you, but a good place to start would be to remind the employee of their job description and point out where they are falling short. Don't argue with the employee, remain calm and professional. Provide a time frame for them to improve their performance and tell them you will be following up on this matter. If there is no improvement, you should follow your company's… Read More
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If you are a guest or visitor to the hotel, then contact the hotel management and phone an ambulance. If you are an employee of the hotel, then phone an ambulance and follow the company policy of your hotel, if any.
Can an employee sue over your company limiting amount of vacation time each employee may carry over to the following year?
Hi~ It all depends on your company's policies in regards to leave. You can only "sue" if the policy clearly states that remaining vacation leave can be carried over the following calendar year. My personal experience is that it is usual for employers to have a "use it or lose it" policy. Hope this helps.
To write a letter of warning to an employee for using their cell phone at work, highlight the company policy on cell phone usage. Tell the employee that this is a first warning and will go in their file. You could also mention that another infraction could result in disciplinary action. Sign the letter and have the employee sign the letter after it has been read as well.
Keyman Life Insurance. It's a normal life insurance policy that is payable to the employer to indemnify it for the loss of an important employee and to pay expenses of recruiting a replacement as well as training and such costs.
It depends on the New Hire terms and policy within the company. Read your employee manual, if it does not state anything relevant to your question, than you cannot be fired.
The company should not be allowed to drug test you if they have no written drug poliocy. The only way you could keep your job if the don't want to keep you on after failing a drug test is if you are a contracted employee as opossed to an at will.
An indication that updating is needed is frequent employee or customer complaints about a particular policy
Does an employee have the right to review another employees timesheet without prior authorization We have an employee reviewing someone else timesheet for personal motives?
It depends on the company policy. Normally, timesheets are considered part of a company's payroll records and access would be limited to accounting staff and supervisors. Ask the boss.
As per company policy means that a rule has been established at an earlier time that everyone in the company must follow. One example of a company policy might be a return policy for a retail store.
Regedit can be enabled by changing the policy setting in Windows Group Policy Editor (GPEdit.msc). This however requires administrative rights.
How do you respond to your boss and to the HR department as to why you have taken off too many sick days - when you indeed have been sick?
A note from your doctor will be proof that you were actually sick. Many companies have policies stating that if an employee misses three or more consecutive days due to illness, then that employee is required to provide a doctor's note when returning to work. Many companies will terminate an employee's job if they feel the employee is missing too much work. And, quite often, they are within their legal rights to do so, especially… Read More
Contact your lender or the insurance company listed on the policy. Contact your lender or the insurance company listed on the policy. Contact your lender or the insurance company listed on the policy. Contact your lender or the insurance company listed on the policy.
These are completely different products with very few similarities. A Fidelity Bond is a guarantee that something will or will not happen. For instance, a cleaning company can have their employees bonded and if they steal something, the client is reimbursed. Usually the company or individuals bonded are then responsible to reimburse the bonding company for their losses. A General Liability Policy is an insurance policy that protects the company and client should an employee… Read More