Is a university required by law to send a transcript to your employer even though you owe the university money?
Nope. Pay your bills.
Would my employer be required to purchase travel insurance, or 'go insurance' in order for me to be covered when I travel for work?
Required? Absolutely not. There may be trailing contributions after termination, but anything after those contributions are not required. There may be some special match (like a True Up, Profit Sharing, etc) but that is mostly for those who are still active with the company. All plans are different though, but it is not required.
If an employer has a dress code requiring uniform should the employer or employee be required to pay the clothing?
When you go to a traditional college, it is not hard to get a transcript. You just have to go to the main Student Services building and talk to one of the people who work in that division. You will have to provide some proof of who you are and, in some cases, you might have to write a check for the cost of the transcript. After you do this, you just need to wait…
Does a main employer have to pay earned sick leave if an employee is injured and receiving Workers Compensation on another job?
The employer is not required by law to pay out sick pay while an employee is collecting workman's comp. It depends on the employer though. In some cases an employer may pay earned sick pay to an employee collecting workman's comp. pay as a good will gesture, especailly to an employee who has had a very serious injury and has been a long term employee who has had few or no injuries.
Precise requirements of workers compensation insurance are governed by state law. As a general rule, an employer is required to cover only genuine, common law employees. Many states use a rule to determine employee status based upon whether the employer has the right to hire and fire and to direct the worker's activities, hours, and other factors. If so, the person is likely to be an employee. If not, the person is likely to be…