How Soon Must a Terminated Employee Be Paid?

Answer To promote fair employment practices, federal and state government regulations require employers to fulfill certain wage and hour obligations. This includes paying employees for services rendered i... Read More »

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How long do you keep terminated employee files?

On One Hand: Keep All Records for One YearAll employee records should be kept for at least one year after termination, including the employee's name, Social Security number, address, occupation and... Read More »

Can an employee be terminated when fmla is completed?

According to the Department of General Services, an employer cannot terminate an employee at the end of FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) leave and must "reinstate the employee to the same or equ... Read More »

After being terminated, how long does an employee have to get COBRA?

Employers have thirty days to notify health care providers of an employee's termination. Employees then have sixty days from the date of notification to elect COBRA continuation coverage and anothe... Read More »

How Long Can a Terminated Employee Participate in Cobra?

COBRA stands for Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act and provides terminated employees and their dependents with access to group health coverage following a job termination. The act is o... Read More »