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Q: What is the most important basic requirement that employers require of all employees?
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Is it legal for a company to require the use of vacation time before short term disability can be used?

No, it isn't illegal for an employer to require employees to use their vacation. Employers can enforce this process because vacation time isn't a requirement by law.

Is it legal for employers to require employees to put on safety equipment before clocking in?

Yes, no law prevents that requirement. If workers can clock in only after entering a hazardous work area, they must don safety equipment FIRST.

What does the general duty clause require all employers?

to provide a safe a healthful workplace for all employees

what is the legal requirement for first aid at work?

The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work

Does the state of California require that employers offer health benefits to any of its employees?

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Do part time employees get health insurance under ObamaCare?

Obama's health care plan does not require employers to extend health insurance benefits to part-time employees.

What is about life insurance benefits is false?

Employers normally require employees to pay a large portion of the cost of the life insurance benefit.

Does California law allow employers to require volunteer work of their employees?

Federal employment law preempts all state laws to the contrary. The federal wage & hour act (FLSA) prohibits employers compelling or even ACCEPTING free labor from employees.

Why equality is important in the modern society and democracy?

A challenge that almost every employer has is to keep its employees motivated. Employers do this by paying a good wage and providing a pleasant work environment. They do it in other ways, too. A very important motivator is the employee's hope that he or she will receive raises and promotions. If the employer doesn't treat its employees equally, then the employees can't really be sure that trying hard will get them a raise or promotion. So then they won't try hard. Then the business doesn't do well, and nobody's happy. In the United States, there are laws that require employers to treat their employees equally. If the employers don't do so, they may be fined, and this could get very expensive.

Which immunization does OSHA require that all employers make available free of charge to employees who have the potential for exposure to blood borne pathogens?

OSHA requires employers to make hepatitis B immunizations available free to employees who have a potential for exposure to blood borne pathogens.

Does federal law require employers to give employees a lunch break?

State laws typically require a lunch break or other breaks during the work day. Federal law does not typically require it.

Is downtime at work considered a break?

The answer to this question depends largely on the the state in which one lives. Some states do not require employers to provide breaks to employees, and therefore, it is up to the employer to dictate the terms of employee breaks. Some states require employers to provide breaks to employees doing certain types of work or working in certain industries, but not others. Some states require employer to provide breaks unless the employee has sufficient "downtime." Lastly, some state require all employers to provide employees with breaks, regardless of how busy they are while working. Identifying the state in which the employee works would permit a more complete and accurate answer.