What would you like to do?
You can find good data here: http://www.census.gov/epcd/www/smallbus.html
There is more flexibility in casual work, which is both a plus and minus for the employee. It means they often have more choice of jobs that they can fit around hours th…at they want, however it also means reduced benefits and job security.
It is not a legal separation unless both or one party files paperwork in a court. Usually the other party is saved as well and a judge decides property and child arrangeme…nts.
The most significant right accorded a person who turns 35, provided this person is a natural-born American citizen, is the right to run for the Presidency.
civil retirement acts
Is it legal for an employer to report more paid to an employee on their tax forms than he is acutally paying the employee?
He must report many things you may not consider as compensation...not just what you receive on your paycheck. (And what each type of tax - Federal, State, FICA, unemployment, …etc, consider compensation changes with each...so the amount he reports to each will normally be different). This happens to virtually everyone. And of course, as he is liable to pay over the correct withholding for the amount of compensation, and the employer portion of FICA (substantial), UI, disability, etc., etc., on what he reports as compensation, and gets no benefit anywhere I can think of for inflating it - he would have no reason to do so anyway.
You were recently denied employment after being offered the position because of over ten year old felonies is this legal I thought background checks couldn't go back more than seven years?
Background checks can go back as far as the employer wishes to look into your history - this is ESPECIALLY true for "positions of trust" or that require that the prospective e…mployee be insured, or bonded, or possess some kind of security clearance.
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hi well there is way too much to count the US is a very big state so rly you have ta ask a bit more specific question that some1 can answer!!!!
yes, its wont be much but you do get something. I worked there for only 5 years by hubby is a 25 year kawneer guy with a retirement. 10 years is the golden number, or at least… it use to be.
Not unless there is a settlement agreement, you have reached maximum medical improvement or fraud is suspected. It sound's like you need to get a workers compensation attorney…. ---- Some companies offer disability packages for long-term disability maintaining a job or, even in some cases, they will pay a percentage of your basic pay. This is an insurance package offered by the company benefit package. This insurance often has an expiration date, depending on the disability. There are factors to be considered, such as, was it work related? Was the disability caused on or by the job? Is there evidence that there was a normal condition that was known when you were hired that was unexpectedly aggravated by the job? In any case, the benefits you are referring to may have an expiration date. If you become disabled, you may receive benefits for 12 or 18 months. However, it sounds like you are dealing with an issue with the military. This is not covered under employer/employee law, disability insurance, or labor and employment law. Under many of the newer changes passed within the past 18 months, unless you have long-term combat related injuries, many of the claims and benefits normally enjoyed service-members are tightly limited and restricted.
who has the authority to define a year of service for pension protection purpose