Can a company not pay an employee for hours they know where worked, but the employee forgot to...
put the hours on the time sheet? Is there some sort of due diligence requirement, like trying to contact the employee or their supervisor before processing the check with out the timesheet being completed or submitted by employee or supervisor?
by StellaSee 6 years ago
If two people had the same exact job except that one person worked full time and the other worked part time, should the full time person get paid more?
by Zachary Brown 4 years ago
How many hours are acceptable in a work week for a salaried employee?How many hours are acceptable in a work week for a salaried employee? 50? 60? 70? 80? More?! Where is your limit?
by Dan Harmon 6 years ago
Walgreens has been sued By Edwin Dewitt, pharmacist, over immunizations.http://www.idahostatesman.com/2012/05/2 … -over.htmlIt seems that Dewitt's religion considers any injectable substance, including medicines, to be "harmful" to the body and is forbidden. When Walgreens...
by CindyS 3 years ago
Would you give up 5% of your pay to prevent your coworkers from being laid off?How would you react if your company cut your pay by 5% to prevent layoffs? If you think of all you have compared to a person who has nothing, do you feel like you can sacrifice some small pleasures in order to help out a...
by wandapenny 10 years ago
Is'nt it illegal for a company to fire a person, then put on their separation papers that they quit, so that the company does not have to give them unemployment? It happened to a close friend of mine that I also worked with. One of the Supervisors did not like her. He went to the company owner...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 20 months ago
Do you have any experience of working from home and if so, how has it worked out?
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