What is a good response to a potential employer asking what do you think is a fair starting salary or what do you believe you are worth?
the fair starting salary should be above 5000at the time of jining
You may be asked to tell an interviewer something that tells you that you are right for a position. This is a good way for a potential employer to know if you are a good fit.
Unless bartenders are required to be licensed in your state (which I doubt) that would be entirely up to the discretion of your potential employer. NOTE: I do NOT believe you can be the Licensed Manager of the establishment (in many states) however.
Is it legal in Oklahoma for a former employer to tell a inquiring new employer you were fired for coming to work intoxicated when it was never proven?
AN employer which honestly reports, "We fired Jim for arriving drunk" has not lied about you. Only lying about you could be defamation. The issue to a court is not whether you were intoxicated, ONLY whether the employer sincerely believed you were drunk. Think they DON'T believe you were? Think you can PROVE in court they didn't believe it? You will not be asked whether you WERE drunk, only how you prove the employer didn't… Read More
Is it legal for an employer to ask an employee currently employed by the employer whether they are pregnant or not?
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.
I believe so
I believe it would be chemical potential energy.
I don't believe they can. There are only very GENERAL questions an employer can ask about a previous employee.
I believe it is a Tropism...
I DO BELIEVE THE ANSWER TO THAT QUESTION IS YES!
I believe it's called a bonus.
You have to believe in faries.
I believe it's potential
It depends on the policy of your employer...I believe.
I believe you are asking if it is legal for an employer to hire a legal immigrant over a American citizen. By "legal immigrant," I assume you mean one who is authorized to work in the United States. Yes. As long as the person hired is legally authorized to work in the United States, his citizenship is irrelevant. Keep in mind that it is illegal in many jurisdictions for an employer to discriminate against a… Read More
kinetic i believe
Certainly. Employers have no liability for accurately reporting facts about you. it does matter a bit whether YOU believe you should have been fired. All that matters is that the employer fired you for X and can honestly report, "We fired Jim for X". The employer needs to prove nothing.
As energy is released potential energy remains the same I believe.
Yes, a potential employer may be able to find your salary history. Depending on the type of position you are applying for, some employers will ask for a W2 or paycheck stubbs. It is legal and common in some professions. More input from others: * All depending on what state you live in some ex-employers will give that information. But, I believe this is illegal. I do know they are allowed only to give your… Read More
What are the release dates for I Believe You Faiths' Response to Intimate Partner Violence - 2011 TV?
I Believe You Faiths' Response to Intimate Partner Violence - 2011 TV was released on: USA: 9 January 2011
i don't have an idea but i believe it is when they are stable
Learning is a visible response to external stimuli
i believe the answer is phagocytosis
No, I believe it's illegal. But they are allowed to lay you off.
I believe it depends on which state you live in.
I don't believe the response time of a stepper motor depends on the step angle.
no because your resume is used to to show your potential employer that you are what they are looking for if you tell them that you have previously been fired you give them cause to believe that you are not worthy also you have the right to withhold any information you may feel is too personal this also applies to having a criminal record even if the company ask if you have one you do… Read More
After me telling him I was hurt,he said that he had to let me go. He claim not to believe me.
I believe sometimes yes they can, if it is uncomfortable or unsettling to customers or it is disrupting to coworkers.
Normally it is before...it is a non taxable fringe benefit. (MCCain wants to change that). My employer said it is not. I believe there is a scam that my employer is doing with our payroll checks.
If you were to put it on the edge of a counter top I believe it would
I believe it today 31st of January 2011, it should have been mailed by that date.
Does an employer have to pay accrued vacation time if the employee has been there less than one year in the State of Alabama?
Guess what? Whether you believe it or not, or whether it is ultimately fair, employers have no legal obligation to offer you any vacation time. The same applies to holiday pay. Both are given at the discretion of the employer and not mandated by law. Moreover, even if an employee does offer vacation benefits, the employer can dictate how much and when you can take that vacation time. Thus, believe it or not, an employer… Read More
I believe you are referring to lighting, the visible discharge to do potential difference.
It depends on the state you're in, I believe. I live in VA and an employee or employer can terminate the employment without good reason at any time. Normally an employer won't do this. Normally they give a warning.
Yes, I believe so. He might just have a claustrophobic response.
When Pip confronted Miss Havisham about leading him to believe she was his benefactor what was her response?
She told him it was his own fault.
I did a check with Vines and it came up with nil response, so it appears there is no use of the word "believe" in Revelation.
Will workers' compensation cover employees that are getting paid in cash and has no social security number?
Yes, believe it or not, it will. The law on workers compensation places the responsibility on the employer, not the employee. The fact that the employer is behaving illegally does not absolve him from his legal responsibilities. If an employee is hurt on the job, he is entitled to workers comp. Now the insurance may not pay, but the employer must. If the employer does not pay a frequent course of action is for the… Read More
To have consecutive hours there must be, by definition, at least two. So the minimum would be two. I believe the correct answer is 4. An employer must pay an employee for a minimum of 4 hours if the employee arrives for their scheduled shift at the correct starting time. If the employer sends the employee home prior to the 4 hours the employee is entitled to 4 hours pay, however if the employee leaves… Read More
The amplitude is about +35 to +40 Millivolts I believe this is incorrect, as this would only raise the resting membrane potential from -70mV to -35 or -40. An action potential needs to raise the membrane potential from -70 mV to +30 mV, so the amplitude needs to be 100 mV.
I believe food has potential energy, and after you eat it, it turns into chemical energy.
Yes but that's only one potential source
An employer may ask you how sensitive you believe you should be to the viewpoints of co-workers. The interviewer is looking for whether or not you are likely to be a good team player.
In response to the question "Who played the bartender in "On the Waterfront?", I believe it was Pat Hingle. Ronald
I believe it to be a made-up type of poem, used in a response to an earlier wikianswers question.
evolution is the answer that only evelutionary scientist believe.
I detect a tone of anger in your voice. I cannot detect any treasure. We did not detect that he was following us. The job of a detective is to detect.
If your employer caught you stealing and fired you "for cause," I don't believe that you would be eligible for unemploymnent compensation in that instance.
It's not, I believe all aspects of cloning is banned.
Very little... I believe the answer you are looking for it kinetic potential energy.