- 1 How do I notify employer of change in availability?
- 2 Is it bad for employees to know about changes?
- 3 How to involve employees in the change process?
- 4 How to keep employees informed of organizational changes?
- 5 How do I change my employer to a TN?
- 6 Can a company change the status of an employee without notice?
- 7 Can an employer change an employee’s work record?
- 8 When does an employee change his or her name?
- 9 Can a company ask you to change your job description?
How do I notify employer of change in availability?
Let your boss know exactly when the change will take effect and how long you expect it to last. Put it in writing. Neatly type up your new schedule and give your employer a hard copy when you speak to her. Send a digital copy of your new schedule via email to your boss as a reminder of your new availability.
Is it bad for employees to know about changes?
From leadership transitions and restructurings to mergers and acquisitions, there seems to be constant change in the workforce. But surveys show that many employees don’t understand why these changes are happening. This can be detrimental for any company trying to implement change.
How to involve employees in the change process?
Find creative ways to involve employees in the change. When planning for major change events, it is important to solicit feedback and engage people in the process. This helps build ownership in the change, and makes employees more likely to support the change and even champion it.
How to keep employees informed of organizational changes?
Keep employees informed by providing regular communications. Change communications is never a one-and-done event; keeping employees informed is something that you will have to do throughout every step of the change process.
How do I change my employer to a TN?
TN status holders generally have two options to change their employers. The new TN employer can file a Form I-129 petition with USCIS, or. The employee can depart the U.S. and request a new TN at a U.S. port-of-entry or a U.S. consulate.
Can a company change the status of an employee without notice?
Talk to an Employment Rights Attorney. At-will employment doesn’t just cover firing, however: An employer can also change the status of an at-will employee — including, for example, the employee’s hours, salary, title, job duties, worksite, and so on — without notice and without cause.
Can an employer change an employee’s work record?
An employer must have a legitimate reason for making a change such as an employee forgot to punch out or they have sufficient evidence the employee wasn’t working – such as camera evidence. Accordingly to the FLSA, changes to records must include accurate information about the data as well as the the hours worked and the wages earned.
When does an employee change his or her name?
Note that when an employee changes his or her name, the employer is not required to have the employee update the Form I-9. The USCIS addresses this on its webpage as follows: “When an employee changes his or her name (for example, when an employee marries), an employer may but generally does not need to note the name change on Form I-9.
Can a company ask you to change your job description?
The issue. A change in your position can be seen as a change in employment conditions. This usually means that an employer asks an employee to perform another job at a different salary. However, an employer cannot simply do that. An employer can request the employee’s consent to change the employment contract.