No, sick time and personal time off are a benefit that companies CAN give. It is not a law.
Certainly. Employees have no expectation of privacy unless the employer explicitly offers it or a statute compels it. HIPAA does not apply to employers, and ADA does not deal with sickness, ONLY permanent impairments.
Worksafe is an insurance, which helps Victorian employers. This insurance comes in handy when employees get sick or hurt while at the workplace. If the employee does get hurt or sick, Worksafe helps provide for their medical work and not having money due to getting hurt or sick on the job.
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The percentage is: (number off sick)/(number of employees) times 100
Generally 'laws' do not cover policy regarding employer/employee contact. Some employers require a daily call-in from employees, some require that employees be available for phone consultation when they are off sick. If you feel that your employer's requirements are onerous, you should contact your state employment department for assistance.
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At least one full year to qualify for FMLA. Other than FMLA, leave is unregulated - it is whatever the employers says normal sick leave is.
We will never know, since almost all US employers are tiny employers. Small employers do what they wish and can afford.
Some employers pay health insurance because they feel that if you give it to your employees they will be more likely to go get regular checkups. This means fewer sick days, and so less staff you need in total to fill in for someone who is sick, in the end saving you money.
Without a written plan in place, payments made to a sick or injured employee may be considered non-deductible distributions or "ad hoc payments". Ad hoc payments are those made by employers to sick or injured employees on a discretionary basis and not according to a pre-existing salary continuation plan. Many businesses have become successful because of their key employees.
noooooooooooooooAnother answer: In this state there may be a contract provision. An employer can require all potential employees to take a physical. School boards require all employees to pass a physical examination once a year. Employers may require employees to obtain a doctor's approval to return to work after three days of sick leave. The same rule would have to apply to all employees.