Your employer does not garnishee your pay. He must comply with a legal order from someone else to do so and has no choice. He may not fire you for this also. If your employer does garnishee he must have a valid legal order to do so. If he does not he is stealing from you
You don't have a legal obligation to tell your current employer that you are working for someone else unless you signed something stating that you will. Often employers don't want their employees working for their competitors.
It is legal for the employer to do so. It is not illegal for the employee to do so, but can violate employer policies, jeopardizing your job.
Absolutely "NO". They cannot charge to withhold taxes. They can charge to withhold a garnishment if instructed by the court.
Yes it is absolutely legal in there. You should be of legal age but. That is perfectly legal there.
Yes, it is absolutely invaluable if you own ANYTHING of value and wish to control its inheritance.
It is illegal to record someone without their permission, so allegations can be made against the employer in a legal court and if witnesses can stand forward then the judicial system will take it from there, but other than that nothing can be done against the employer. As for the claim, it is illegal for a claim to be used as a reason for firing a person, and legal action can be taken if the employer does.
Yes, it is legal, but it it is rude and it wouldn't matter anyway. UK employers cannot fire someone for being gay.
In India it is legal for your employer to force you to stay after your shift has ended.
Yes, It is a legal obligation of the employer.
It is legal. But I dont think an employer would want someone who only works 2 hours a day.
What legal actions can i take if my employer doesnt pay me?
There is no legal obligation upon an employer to provide a reference.
yes it is absolutely legal
Yes, If you look at your contract/agreement you signed with your employer, you'll find they can do anything. Including taking it away completely. It happened to me! Corporations are people? If they are, they are the most coldhearted folks in the world!
I don't believe there is anything illegal about asking that question. I don't believe it is in good taste, but the employer does have to make plans for maternity leave. And if you are not married, and your contract has a morals clause, there could be grounds for dismissal.
yes it is
In Canada it is not legal.
Absolutely! Anything Notorized is a legal agreement between the signing parties.
It is legal to sell nearly anything at a price someone is willing to pay, high or low.
As an employee, you signed a legal contract with your employer. As long as it is within the terms of your contract, it is legal for your employer to suspend your pay. In addition, if you breached the contract, it is legal for them to do so. To know if you have breached your contract, or if suspension of pay is within the contract, you will have to review the document.
Yes, perfectly legal. They are not obligated to pay your tax for you, but this is commonly done under a PAYE system.