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Sharifa Sanderson has written 8 Employment Law articles, has received +1 recommendations and is currently the #10 ranked expert in this subject.
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U.S. employers may not use genetic information to screen workers for jobs, benefits, or testimony on work fitness. The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act guarantees the worker fit for the work gets selected. No doubts on genetics makeup to stand in their way. The law protects workers against genetic nondiscrimination that ruins the equal opportunity to compete in the labor market.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 54 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Federal contractors only have to ask affirmative action questions from clear job candidates. Not all people who express interest in a job are treated equally. Protection against discrimination is guaranteed by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs only for people that have gained a footing to get the job.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 62 months ago in Employment Law | +2 votes | 0 comments
All the days before an agricultural season starts can be days open for hiring. Officials that give H-2A employers their certification they need to hire foreign H-2A workers to work in the U.S. temporarily will waive the time limit for filing for the temporary labor certification. The time limit is not rigid.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 63 months ago in Employment Law | +1 votes | 0 comments
The American labor market is not so competitive a working citizen has to compromise on taking a job or on work rewards because of who they are. There is a firm line on discrimination against a working citizen an employer may not cross. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 says all are held accountable for any employment discrimination.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 64 months ago in Employment Law | +3 votes | 0 comments
Women who need to take maternity leave in Alaska have certain laws that offer them protection when they do so. In order to qualify however, they must first assess their employment situation. This is because there are certain prerequisites that must be met before someone who works for a company that is based in Alaska can get time off for maternity.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 69 months ago in Employment Law | +1 votes | 0 comments
A Californian who picks their steps carefully can find the state's minimum wage posted at the workplace. Posting the wage standard is a regular practice. It shows up on walls from one end of California to the other. The state guarantees that no one has to walk in the door and end up a hard luck story because they never knew the least wage the boss can pay.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 70 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
The sum of money that comes out of a paycheck to pay taxes adds up to change the income earned with productive work to an amount that pays for the labor at a low price. But, an additional amount might raise the income loss even higher. Know how to add up the lost income.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 70 months ago in Employment Law | +1 votes | 0 comments
Using the IRS's electronic filing system to file employee W-4 forms can get the employer's work done fast. No need to go through the long hours of filing out and signing paper W-4 forms to tell the IRS how much money the employees want taken out of heir paychecks. Going over the same work again and again is a practice that can stay in the past.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 70 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Keeping property in a drawer at work, or stored in a closet, does not mean a worker has given up their rights. Californians have privacy rights. Workers can refuse to agree to an unreasonable search by an employer. But, do not stay safe from all searches that can not find any thing that tells an employer their worker is guilty of wrongdoing.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 71 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Californians are free to choose to take a lie detector test to get a job or keep their employer's trust. The Labor Code rules out an employer's decision to demand a worker take the test. Taking the test is always an opportunity any time an employer offers, and never a requirement. And, employers can not jump to any conclusions.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 71 months ago in Employment Law | +2 votes | 1 comments
The genuine wage and tax numbers printed on a W-2 Form are the ones working taxpayers depend on to do their tax return on the 1040 Form. Getting replacement copies for a lost form W-2 from an employer is simple.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 72 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Foreign H-1B workers can fit in a successful American workforce. They can also give the employer an opportunity to take away an American's job.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 72 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Minors that take the opportunity to work have to get a work authorization using an I-9 Form, just like adults, before productive work starts. But, the paperwork is not done exactly the same, and proof the minor is fit to work takes less sure proof.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 72 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Hiring a worker is not done until an I-9 Form is completed. All employers have to use a form each time they hire a citizen or an immigrant alien to work in the United States.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 73 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
American workers that experience a medical problem at work can get support on the job without having to go to the doctor, and keep their full paycheck. The federal law guarantees that medical time is work time.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 73 months ago in Employment Law | +2 votes | 1 comments
Paying all wages due to a worker that spent their last day with the company on time is a basic responsibility all California employers have to act upon unless there is a dispute. Money actually earned and owed has to change hands. If it does not, the state labor enforcer can make the company pay.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 74 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 1 comments
Bad checks are no better than blank checks. California employers have to write a paycheck that pays their worker an amount they can take out of the business' account.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 74 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
The title employee is given to Californians not for their ability or skill, but for their work done for an enterprise. The real proof they deserve the title is in the work the business can count on.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 74 months ago in Employment Law | +2 votes | 1 comments
Workers can take time off to make sure a serious inllness or injury goes away. Americans can not assume their health conditon is serious, but it takes only little care from a health care professional for them to know that they have a serious health conditon covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 75 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Californians can save minutes on days they do light duty work on the job to take care of family or a health condition. The Family and Medical Leave Act does not allow an employer to make a worker count those light duty days as leave days.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 75 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Work pays and California takes a part of the pay. Workers have to know how much to give to the state and employers how much to take out of the paycheck, but not only one kind of wages gets taxed. The Personal Income Tax (PIT) takes dollars and cents out of both regular wages and supplemental wages.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 76 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Personal Income Tax (PIT) adds up every week a Californian works for an employer. The employers put the money in an account to give to the state.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 77 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
From the top to the bottom of the payroll list, each employee costs money in taxes. California employers report the wages to the state and pay the four payroll taxes using Form DE 9 and DE 9C.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 77 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Untrained workers can end up with no choice but to work a job that will be their stopping point, or take an unwanted job. California employers pay the Employment Training Tax so they can give trained workers better contracts.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 77 months ago in Employment Law | +1 votes | 0 comments
Taking out too much, or too little, personal income tax can cause trouble for a Californian. The Form DE 4 is a short taxpayer's form workers fill out with their employer to keep the taxes taken out of their pay on track.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 77 months ago in Employment Law | +3 votes | 0 comments
No one wants too much income tax taken out of their pay by their employers and given to the state of California. The forms used in the state, W-2 and DE 4, give workers options for paying their taxes. Employers need to know both.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 77 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Payroll tax counts for every California business that makes money and pays workers. Any business can file their taxes online at e-Services for Business.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 77 months ago in Employment Law | +2 votes | 0 comments
Joining the workforce in America is not hard for those that become a contender. The Workforce Investment Act was signed into law by President Bill Clinton to set up career centers that can help make workers a contender that has an opportunity to build a career.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 78 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Employers in California can not decide to leave out the pay stubs on pay day. Short cuts are not allowed when it comes to telling workers what is in their paycheck.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 78 months ago in Employment Law | +1 votes | 1 comments
Walking to serve a customer every time a bell is rung earns tips the worker can count on keeping. Managers that walk off with the tip money violate the California labor code.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 78 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Planning ahead is a worker's key to using makeup time. The hours added to e regular day can make a time record look good when the boss takes a request and truly tries to do what is best for both the business and the worker.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 78 months ago in Employment Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Become on of the registered California businesses that hires Californians. Get a State Employer Identification Number.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 80 months ago in Employment Law | +1 votes | 12 comments
Overtime work hours are paid a higher pay in California. A worker can calculate overtime pay earned for their extra work easily by just following a few rules.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 81 months ago in Employment Law | +3 votes | 2 comments