No, if they sent you home you shouldn't be fired as long as you are outside of your initial 90 days of employment. Each workday an employee is required to report to work, but is not put to work or is furnished with less than half of his or her usual or scheduled day's work, he or she must be paid for half the usual or scheduled day's work, but in no event for less than two hours nor more than four hours, at his or her regular rate of pay. I think you'll agree with me that there are some days in which you'd prefer that your co-workers also came in sick. Those reporting time pay requirements vary depending on how long the shift was to have been, and how soon into the shift an employee was sent home. There may be some argument that they wouldn't have to pay you for the day that you didn't actually show up, as employers can deduct pay for whole days.
Under the reporting time pay requirements, when an employee reports to work as scheduled and is given less than half of the usual or scheduled day’s work, the employee must be paid for half of that usual or scheduled day’s work.
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The higher the HCA(hydroxycitric acid) concentration, the more mileage you are going to get out of the supplement. All brands will contain some amount of the extract from the actual fruit, but the amount of the active substance can vary a lot.
There are plenty of fly-by-night products around(pretty much all of the ones in local stores) that only offer a very subpar purity. Often times such supplements(like ones sold at WalMart) only contain 20 or less HCA- even when they are marked as higher(this was the conclusion of a recent study). Such low-grade products(like the ones from GNC usually) are basically scams, replete with fillers and additives and dont do much to give you the true benefits of the natural extract.
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In essence as far as I’m concerned if I don’t go to work, I don’t get paid. My boss sent me home sick I wanted to stay.’ is closed to new replies. Change the channel. (MoneyWatch) Dear Evil HR Lady, I work for a company that relies on the Internet. The server was down today, going off and on. They knew about the problem two hours before we reported to work. Sep 29, · No you will not get fired just because your boss sent you home sick. He sent you home because he didn't want the germs to spread around at your work probably. Most jobs now adays have sick days and vacation gadratildev.ga: Resolved.