Absolutely,It can vary from state to state
But generally, he with the mos paperwork wins
Tie goes to worker (...er, ex-worker)
To fire someone for anything short of (and the terms and specifics will vary), willful disobedience, theft, fraud, or intoxication you'd better have some warnings
Even with chronic lateness and "breach of duty" it helps to have something to back you up
If you issued verbal warnings, you could have a chance (depending on the state)
But really, the best bet if you want to fire someone is to write them up
If you actually get to the third one, you can fire them and no judgment should go their way
Though often the write-ups piss off the person and they leave voluntarily which is just as good
If you've got no clear verbal warnings don't even bother
If you've got at least three verbal warnings it's a tough call
If you've got three written warnings (even if they don't sign them) you're golden
In Vermont, it isn't that the person literally collects against your account. He collects against your rating. Say I have a certain rating with the sate unemployment office. If I lay off guys in a fashion considered by the state to be average then my rate is unaffected. If I lay off in a way that is above average, meaning I lay off more people than the average, my rate goes up.I thought we all paid into a "pool" based on employees/payroll and UI was paid out from that pool and not "against" you?
I thought this was a politics-free area.ps: if Billary or Barach gets in office you might as well plan on downsizing now. Since we are all evil business owners we will all need to give up all that money we are making to give of our employees FREE health insurance, 48 months of unemployment, pay their mortgage for them, and encourage them to file workers' comp claims. VOTE REPUBLICAN or start preparing your business.
No Politics here :whistling2:I thought this was a politics-free area.
I recall hearing the same admonition before "Mr. Record Deficit" and "Mr. Record Borrowing" was appointed by the Supreme Court, btw, during which time the Republican Congress ran up record spending.
Please explain how putting neocons like the present administration back in office, will help your biz?No Politics here :whistling2:
Purely business :thumbsup:
Please explain how putting neocons like the present administration back in office, will help your biz?