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‘Employment Training’ Category

Aug20

Employee training

Jul26

New Hire Training

July 26th, 2014, 10:11 AM |  Posted in: Compensation, Employment Training |
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Jun16

Employer required defensive driving?

June 16th, 2014, 7:38 PM |  Posted in: Employment Training |
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Jan06

Classes/Seminars

If a non-exempt employee takes a work-related class (for example a once/twice weekly evening class that will end in a job-specific certification), do they have to be paid for the time they spend in class? I should note that participation in the class and the subsequent certifcation are completely voluntary, and would take place at a local school. The state is Ohio. The company would be paying all fees.

If a non-exempt employee takes a work-related class (for example a once/twice weekly evening class that will end in a job-specific certification), do they have to be paid for the time they spend in class? I should note that participation in the class and the subsequent certifcation are completely voluntary, and would take place at a local school. The state is Ohio. The company would be paying all fees.

January 6th, 2012, 9:13 AM |  Posted in: Employment Training |
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Dec19

Wage question

If an employee shows up for the first day for orientation with intent on not taking the position, is the company obligated to pay that time? At the time of resignation, the employee admitted to accepting a job elsewhere prior to the start of orientation.

If an employee shows up for the first day for orientation with intent on not taking the position, is the company obligated to pay that time? At the time of resignation, the employee admitted to accepting a job elsewhere prior to the start of orientation.

December 19th, 2011, 4:05 AM |  Posted in: Employment Training, Human Resources Management |
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