Is it illegal for an employee to go outside the employer for health insurance if the employer offers it?
Only if the employee is illegal. then fire him.
If an employee injures themselves outside of work do they have to report anything to their employer?
I think they should report it but they dont have to.
It would be a rare employer that does not have rules against it. However, as a contractor, you can independently state your hours and how you do your work.
If an employee is injured while performing work for the employer outside the workplace, then the injury should be reported.
Maybe. If the employee is acting within the scope of his authority given by his or her employer, then it is likely that the accident will be imputed to the employer, regardless of the alcohol issue. On the other hand, if the employee is clearly outside of the scope of the terms of his employment, the employer may not be liable. For instance if an employee decides to get drunk and rob a bank while… Read More
Fidelity Insurance is also referred to as crime insurance. It protects a company in the event of a loss of money for multiple reasons from burglary to embezzlement. There are generally two types of insurance- employee dishonesty and money and security coverage. Employee dishonesty covers the company in the event that an employee steals in any way shape or form. Money and security covers losses outside of business personnel such as burglary, destruction, or disappearance.
Also known as "vicarious liability." Under the doctrine of agency (or master and servant), an employer may be liable for actions (or inactions) by employees, if the liability arises within the scope of the employment. It is imputed to the employer who has (presumably) given the employee certain powers in the employer's name. For example, a pizza-delivery company could be liable for a vehicle collision caused by an employee attempting to make a quicker delivery… Read More
This depends on your provider and (employer if applicable) best option is to contact your insurer to find out.
I want to know what is difference between health insurance provided for company employees and the health insurance one gets outside the company?
Firstly your company usually pays for it when you are an employee (part of your employee benefits) while outside, you have to pay the premiums yourself. There may also be differences in the type of cover provided, but to know this for sure you would have to read the two contracts and compare them.
either a pigmentation of the skin, usually brown or a planted person within an organization to obtain trade secrets or spy on an employee/employer to report to an outside source.
yes, i could see the employer doing this if you both work for that same employer. otherwise, i am not sure that he should tell you who to date. but it may not be ILLEGAL. for example, some employers tell their employees they can't smoke or live (cops) outside the city. it's not illegal.
If you only have life insurance through a group plan with your company, the answer is Yes. Coverage through your employer is not portable in most cases and is usually out of your control. They generally follow a formula such as: 2 x Salary plus $10,000, as an example. They can drop this coverage at any time. It is always important to have you own life insurance outside of your employer.
Well, alcohol isn't an illegal drug. So why would you care if it shows up on a drug test? No employer in America has the legal right to tell you what you can and can't do outside of work, as long as what you do outside of work is not illegal.
sign purchase contracts on behalf of the employer with the objective of getting the lowest price available from outside vendors. Instead of doing this, an employee could sign contracts with more expensive outside vendors and receive a kickback
A company is not liable for employees doing stuff outside the scope of their assigned duties that does not further the employer's interests. An employer has no duty to prevent an employee from being a fool at work.
One can buy vision insurance for the health of their eyes at Blue Cross Blue Shield. A dedicated agent will be happy to help you find more information on their official website.
Can a noncustodial parent in NY obtain outside cheaper health insurance rather than employer provider insurance?
Are you required by te court to provide insurance to your kids? If you are then it doesnt matter where the insurance comes from. If you can find a cheaper premium/better benefits from another carrier.. power to you! As long as the kids are covered and your not paying out a 5000.00 deductible then I would say go for it! Hope this helps:)
Outside the U.S., you would be referring to Fellow Chartered Accountant, which is the American equivalent to the CPA or Certified Public Accountant. With respect to income taxes and the U.S. Tax Code, it is likely you are referring to FICA or Federal Insurance Contribution Act tax. The tax is imposed by the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) on wages and is paid by both the employee and employer. The tax is used to fund Social… Read More
If your employer has 40000 employees can they terminate you when you decide to take maternity leave?
The answer is NO! if you are an eligible employee. If this has already happened to you it is time to interview a few employment attorneys to discuss you options. You may have a viable suit against your employer. I suggest you keep a daily diary of everything that happens and your emotional feelings during this time. Covered employers must grant an eligible employee up to a total of 12 workweeks of unpaid leave during… Read More
Yes. A subpoena may be served anywhere the person to be served is located as long as it is served personally. The subpoena may not simply be left with the employer for the employer to give to the person being served. One practical problem the person serving the subpoena will face is that the employer might not allow the process server to come onto the premises to serve the subpoena. In that case, the person… Read More
If not legally separated, you will probably have to wait until open enrollment through your employer to cancel her insurance. If you do get legally separated, you can cancel insurance as you have had "change in status." Usually insurance companies will process changes outside of open enrollment when you have a change in family status. An example of this would be getting married, having a baby, or getting divorced/legally separated.
From what I can tell Tesco does not offer services like home and auto insurance outside of the UK, but traveler's insurance is available to foreigners outside the UK.
No it's not illegal to repossess a car outside the state. It is illegal to leave the state with the car that you have defaulted on the loan.
There is not a simple concise answer to this question as too many variables can come into play. Here are some of the variables: Does the company self insure itself. Does the company administer the self insurance program or do they vendor out its administration. What are the caps, if any, of the annual coverage and/or lifetime coverage. What are the required co-pays, if any. Are employee dependents included? If the medical insurance is contracted… Read More
Do you have to get ex COBRA after divorce if final papers state to only cover children on health insurance?
This is really a legal question for your divorce lawyer to answer. It depends on the actual wording of the divorce papers and how your lawyer structured the medical insurance coverage portion of the divorce. Cobra is simply a (very expensive) continuation of an employer group plan when you lose your job that provides medical coverage until you get a new job or you get an individual health plan outside of an employer.
i will take them outside the building
"They do not offer insurance outside of Australia, but they do offer insurance to every state and territory in that country. They also offer travel insurance to travelers overseas."
I would doubt it Yes, easily. A company's bargaining unit is a list of job titles agreed to BEFORE the representation election. If I want Jim out of the union, I transfer him to a job title that is outside the bargaining unit. The union has zero authority over activities outside the unit, including transfers out. Often, not always, that means a promotion to management.
There are different types of insurance, may be the insurance cover you are opting doesn't cover your stuff when you are outside the house premises. In that case you should ask your insurance agent to provide that insurance to you.
Your employer has cut your hours because im pregnant and they dont want to pay maternity leave is this legal?
I found this answer to a similar question earlier today... I will just copy and paste below Covered employers must grant an eligible employee up to a total of 12 workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12-month period for one or more of the following reasons: for the birth and care of the newborn child of the employee; FMLA 29 CFR 825.104 - Employers with over 50 full time employees are covered by this act… Read More
If you were a W-2 employee but then was self-employed for several years can you apply for unemployment if you are not presently working?
No, because most, if not all, states require your employment be with a wage paying employer for 4 of the last 5 calendar quarters, thus placing you outside the qualifying time zone.
The OSHA requirements for clothing, in a warehouse or anywhere else, are that employers must assess the work place and require appropriate clothing to prevent injury. The employer must document that assessment and be able to support it objectively. OSHA does not get specific, except that clothing and other protective equipment that cannot be used outside the workplace must be provided by the employer at no cost to the employee.
If an American is in Nigeria with a three year old son does he need an insurance to travel outside of Nigeria?
No. He does not need an insurance to travel outside of Nigeria.
if it has a semi automatic/automatic switch, than yes it IS illegal to own or sell outside the Military
Speak with an insurance agent. There are carriers who provide coverage outside of the U.S. Read the policy materials carefully.
Can you be sued personally for someone's injuries sustained in an auto accident if you were at work driving a company vehicle?
Yes, you would be sued both as an employee (meaning your employert would be sued) and you would be sued personally. This is because it is possible that whatever you were doing might be considered outside the svope of your employment, thereby possibly letting the employer off the hook with you being the sole defendant. That would be standard practice in any such case. Plaintiff sues you and your employer and gets both the employer's… Read More
what are major urban problems
They can but shouldn't.
Platypuses are illegal as pets both outside and inside Australia. Platypuses are very delicate animals, with specialised requirements, and they are extremely hard to breed in captivity.
They are not illegal in all jurisdictions, although they should be. They intrude on the peace of people outside the car.
Its illegal to have a gun anywhere unless your a cop
unatended dogs outside!
How long a person with green card can stay out side US if he is a United Nation employee?
i hope not, i have one in the US
(in the US) There is no such thing as "private laws." You may be referring to rules, regulations, guidelines, standard operating procedures, etc., which guide and govern the operations and employees of private companies or other private entities, and to whom the employer (or regulator) can apply sanctions by virtue of the employer/employee status, but they do not apply to anyone outside that particular narrow sphere. Whereas, "public" laws are passed by democratic process by… Read More
Yes, if the rules of the first employment prohibit outside employment, or if the second employment is interfering with the first. Additionally, in a right to work state, the employee can be fired for no reason at all. Generally, yes. Although it is legal to hold more than one job. However, some jobs contractually prohibit the employee from holding outside employment. "Right to work" refers only to whether union dues are compelled, not to employers'… Read More
Yes, but you are required to have a working permit, since the US is not part of the European Union. Let me quote the Employee Insurance Schemes Implementing Body: Are you a citizen of a country outside the EU, EEA or Switzerland? Then you can legally work in the Netherlands if: you have a valid residency permit stating that you can legally work in the Netherlands. If you do not have a residency permit, your… Read More
Is it legal to have medical insurance from a private health plan and still use a company paid plan for health costs during the 1 year waiting period for the private insurance to start paying claims?
United States: Check your SPD or plan of benefits. Generally speaking, unless it is specifically excluded then yes, it is legal. There is a process called COB: "Coordination of Benefits," whereby two employer-sponsored health plans will coordinate which plan pays first, or is the "primary" payer. For example if you had coverage through your employer and your wife had coverage through her employer, the insurers would coordinate benefits between the two policies. This, however, is… Read More
It is risky for you to stand outside your running car with your kids inside it.
She and her friend Gale hunt in the woods. But the area they hunt in is outside the district boundaries and that is illegal
Yes it is illegal.. especially if on a Sunday. The person who forces you to clean up will be arrested