Can employer terminate now that I have almost worked 60 days since resignation without having to pay my wages for 60 days since they are severing contract before my last day of work provided in resignation?
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Depends on who you mean by "we" and who would be the qualifying person for Medicaid. Ordinarily, the value of the primary residence is exempt for qualification purposes; you can "keep" it while the person is alive. However, once a person dies, the state may seek to recover what...Read more »
I was sent home from work on the 29th of October 2021 and I texted my supervisor yesterday and asked her what is my next schedule date to work and today she asked me to come in tomorrow so I can have a meeting with HR. I was sent home because me and a coworker got into it not hands on just words
I was sent home by my job because of situation my coworker and I keep having just words nothing else that day but anyways they told me to go home and they will call me and I pacifically asked should I call and the supervisor told me no the will call me so I have not heard anything from them since... Read more »
I was thinking about opening a small diagnostic ultrasound clinic in Dearborn, Michigan. I am an experienced sonographer with more than 10 years of experience. I want to cater to clients/patients who will be self pay. I will not be billing insurance companies. I wanted to know what the... Read more »
You will likely need to seek out an attorney who has experience in health care law. I would inquire about whether or not a sonographer can operate independently, the type of license a diagnostic facility requires, and whether or not a diagnostic facility needs a physician in a director role. And, I...Read more »
Cameras are generally mounted in most hospital rooms, mainly for patient protection. Outside of perhaps an ICU unit, hospitals typically don't designate certain rooms for certain ailments, and so all rooms need to be equipped for the variety of situations.
They take your personal information and DNA. They are not my primary physician, and you are given no assurance they are not going to sell or give that information to third party sources. I don't want the test, or the vaccine. What are my rights in this matter?
You are free to not comply. Of course, the hospital or nursing home could refuse you entrance, preventing you from doing your job. If you feel strongly about it, you should have a conversation with your employer to see if they can find a way to accommodate you while still getting the job done....Read more »
Company sent reminder e-mail to all employees for the up-coming COVID-19 vaccine clinic they are offering on-site. The link takes you to a listing of all names and times of those who signed up for it. What happened to medical privacy?
Poor practice on the company's part, maybe, but I don't see this rising to a HIPPA violation. What personal health information is being disclosed other than someone having signed up for a timeslot, and an inference that those persons will now be vaccinated? Your point is well taken that...Read more »
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recommends employers ask employees why they refuse to answer or cooperate, an employer like a hospital is probably equipped to discuss the subject with you. However, under the circumstances existing currently, the ADA allows an employer to bar an employee...Read more »
It's not advisable. It's actually illegal to be in possession of prescription medication not your own. Will the police break down your aunt's door looking for it? Probably not unless she has her own legal issues. But it may not be worth the exposure risk.
They checked me in and I sat in the waiting room with others. They were commenting on how much I paid on my bill that day, how is the hospital would never see another penny, The fact that I was getting fake teeth (previous boating accident facial trauma) and that it wouldn't help anyway, how... Read more »
A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. You could continue to await a response, or you could consider reaching out to a local attorney to discuss, also looking into whether any state laws apply here. Good luck
Hopefully your place of employment has general counsel or some other mechanism for you to obtain legal advice about these sort of matters. You should communicate through the proper channels to get your answer to protect yourself.
Perhaps an overly simplistic answer, given without benefit of...Read more »
I did not consult my primary doctor as he does not take call and is not available to patients after office hours.. This occurred late at night - 11:30pm or later. During the consult with the ER Doc she was inputting info into the computer with her back turned. In checking her notes later I was... Read more »
A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a starting point, reach out to an attorney. They will probably need to request your medical records, conduct an investigation, and assess options (including the possibility of going to court), if the hospital will...Read more »
My ex and I just had a baby. I Found out five weeks before the baby was born that he was still married. And instead of him working from home he is actually a stay at home dad. I live in the state of Michigan and was already told by the child support division that he would be imputed at minimum wage... Read more »
Yes, medical coverage will be a part of the child support order. At a minimum, your ex will be responsible to the state for reimbursement of birth expenses. And so long as he (or you) have access to private insurance, one of you will be required to keep the child covered.
My sister is in the hospital, for kidney disease and another life-threatening illness. She will remain there for another 7 weeks, after which she is expected to get a kidney transplant. She is mentally competent--understands what the doctors tell her, has normal conversations with us and can... Read more »
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