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Now SB 1252 relating to payroll records in Labor Code section two to six this new law gave a right to employees or former employees to receive an actual copy of the pay records prior to this they just had a right to inspect the records and so this is a new requirement and it's a good reminder and part of the refresher I mentioned earlier it's a good reminder for employers to look at and make sure that they have compliant procedures in place about the different deadlines you have a responding to an employee's request for various employment documents under California law and generally current and former employees have a right to their personnel records on their labor code section 11 98.5 as I have up on this slide this code section provides that every current and former employee or their representative has a right to inspect and receive a copy of their personnel records in terms of requests pursuant to this section the request has to be made of writing through two methods one it's written and submitted by the current or former employee or their representative or two written and submitted by the current former employee or their representative by completing an employer provided form the employers can require that this these requests come through certain channels and on certain forms so employers have to comply with these personnel record requests no later than 30 calendar days from receipt of the written request now the big catch here is the terms personnel records a personnel file you know we talked about these a lot but surprisingly becomes a surprise many employers in California the terms personnel records a personnel file are not defined in the labor code and because the Labor Code section here 11 98.5 refers to these terms personnel records but never defines the term there's a lot of ambiguity about what documents should be kept an employee's personnel file and what documents have to be made available upon request to inspect or copy the personnel records so while not legally binding on employers there is some guidance from the division of labor standards and for enforcement expressing some views on what generally should be considered to be contained in personnel records and the DLSE has set out that the documents in the personnel records are documents that are generally used or have been used to determine an employee's qualifications for promotion additional compensation or disciplinary action including termination they set out some examples in a opinion letter of why it should be in a personnel file and again this is not binding on employers it's more of a guidance as to take into consideration but it sets out that application for employment payroll authorization forms notices of accommodation warning discipline or termination notices notices of layoff leaves of absence and vacation also notices of wages attachment and garnishment and any other kind of notices related to education and training records and obviously

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How can I be sure people won't steal my idea during a pitch?
The answer to this is really simple. If you don't talk to people, you cannot validate it. If you don't hit the right product market fit, you're doomed. That's why you have to validate it.All startups, begin at your stage. They don't want to tell people about their idea. They believe they have the next big idea, and are too scared to tell people about it. I was one of them, and now I know how things work.There is nothing you can do about people stealing your idea unless are protected legally, either by patents or NDAs/Non compete - but NDAs don't really provide much protection. If you are looking for an investment, investors will not invest in you if you don't tell them your idea. It is a red flag, signalling that you're a rookie, and they will walk away from you pretty quick. On another note, a true startup should be able to be able to deal with competition, because if  you do get traction, you will get new people entering your market. Can you deal with that?My best advice, attend some startup networking events, watch how people network and talk to each other. You will find, most people are quite open about what they are doing. They will be too concerned on dealing with their project, then copying yours.I've said this a lot on Quora, but I'll say it again. Most startups believe they have a billion dollar idea. The truth is, if they don't have these 5 issues right that I've listed below, they have nothing but just an idea. It comes down to:Execution: Building it right.Validation: People want it.Segmentation: Choosing a small market. Team: Being passionate about it.Scalability: A way to grow it.Without validation, you cannot be sure that you have built it right. If your wrong, then you have wasted a lot of time. And your back to the start. If you don't have scalability, you will not be able to protect yourself from competition. I would just like to highlight on market segmentation: you need to choose a small market in a big market. Like what Facebook did, Harvard University, then the world. Or, YouTube musicians, then the world. Sam Altman from Y Combinator has an awesome quote: "build something that a small number of users love. Then expand and make a lot of people love it." Here's a link to his article, you really should read it: How to Start a StartupWhen I was working on my startup, it took a lot of time for this to sink in, I had a meeting with an accelerator to critique my startup, and his words were almost the same. I can't emphasize it enough, and a lot of people overlook this simple thing. I just want to add, there are some minor exemptions. Number One: You're experienced and know what your doing. Number Two: You're building the product to solve a problem that you face, and you really want to use it. Number Three: Sometimes a landing page is enough if you write good copy (headlines) and know how to push it out and get press. Luke FitzpatrickFounder of ShushNotewww.shushnote.com
How can I add my business location on instagram"s suggested locations?
Making a custom location on Instagram is actually quite easy and gives you an advantage to other businesses because it allows you to drive traffic via location.First off, Facebook owns Instagram, therefore, any location listed on Facebook also appears on Instagram. So you are going to need to create a business location on Facebook.So let’s dive into how to create a business location on Instagram.Make sure that you have enabled location services through the Facebook App or in your phone settings. If you are using an iPhone, select “Settings” → “Account Settings” → “Location” → “While Using The App”You need to create a Facebook check-in status. You do this by making a status and type the name of what you want your location to be called. For example “Growth Hustlers HQ”. Scroll to the bottom of the options and select “Add Custom Location” then tap on it!Now that you’ve created a custom location you need to describe it. It will ask you to choose which category describes your location, which you will answer “Business”.After choosing a category Facebook will ask you to choose a location. You can either choose “I’m currently here” or you can search for a location that you want to create for your business.Finally, publish your status. Congratulations! You have just created a custom location to be used on Facebook and Instagram.Now you are able to tag your business or a custom location on Instagram.If you have any questions about Social Media Marketing for businesses feel free to check out GrowthHustlers.com where you can find tons of resources about growing your Instagram following.
How can you figure out what to do, and who to turn to when you realize you're living with a narcissist, and what information to obtain?
In my experience the realisation is not, "I'm living with a narcissist", it's, "They will never change and they will never see."When you get to this point you are going to feel numb, drained and deeply frustrated.The first thing to do is look after yourself. The information you'd need at this point would pertain to your specific needs. Mostly you'd need health and self nurturing information. Your life is about to change.Your either going to give up the battles and accept that your partner is unable to love you in a healthy way.If this is what you choose, join a group of people in your situation. Much of the data you will find online comes up under the search "How to Deal with a Narcissist" and will be a mix of boundary setting, self nurture and how to phrase things that will flatter your partner.Later, read Malignant Self Love and apprise yourself of the details of the NPD. Do this once you feel centred. I other words, don't make your recovery about the Narcisssit. It's about you.If you choose to leave, I'd recommend looking up something called Narcisssitic Victim Syndrome. Look, I don't think it's recognised by any appropriate institutions but it's very accurate and helpful. It's more emotional than it is scientific but the material on it is relatable and kind.Then once you're on your feet, there is a website called Daughters of Narcisssitc Mothers. It works for sons and exes alike. It gives a clear description of the disorder and has some shared experiences of survivors.Then I'd read a book called Forgiveness, by Joyce Myer,
How do people steal identities using social security numbers and use them to obtain loans and creditcards? Why aren't they caught immediately?
I am actually not sure how it is that they don’t get caught once they use the card information, but I have a strong suspicion its because rarely does any authority actually search for them. Someone stole my debit card out of my purse and made 7 or 8 purchases, nearly all at places where there would be security video, when I reported it to my bank, the had me sign some forms stating I did not make the purchases, and then claimed they would do the investigating. I figured they worked with the FTC or something, but when I followed up, they had just put the money back in my account and had no further info. I was pretty sure I knew who took my card, and I wanted him arrested, I guess a couple hundred bucks wasn’t worth the work to them.Also, less than a year ago, my boyfriend noticed a bunch of small transactions followed by a few large purchases on his bank account. The thieves do a little trial and error with the information, by making small donations to charities (about $10) to see if the payment clears. Once they know the account is active, and the information is correct, they make online purchases. They didn’t buy gift certificates or account credits, they went shopping for shoes and electronics. Obviously these products would have needed an address to be delivered, but we couldn’t track anything down. His bank did the same as my bank, have him sign some paperwork and give him his money back.When I worked in collections, a debtors would call us claiming we stole their money, or they didn’t authorize the transaction, and they were irate. Usually they had simply forgotten they set up the payment, or didn’t know that the payment was processed under our company name instead of the creditor, these calls were easy to resolve because we could pull the recording of the conversation as well as provide details about the account with the creditor. However, there was a time when someone called in claiming we used their account information to order a pizza. I think they determined it was us because it was a new bank account, or the delivery address was within a 2 hour drive of our business (they lived on the Pacific coast, we are on the Atlantic). The customer had tracked down the address, not the police. We didn’t have any other customers saying their information was used fraudulently, and I was super strict in my department about shredding anything written down because it could be taken from the trash. The young lady was suspended and eventually fired, but there really was no proof she actually had taken or misused the information. It wasn’t my decision, but I don’t think she did it, after all, a recorded or live call could be listened to by any supervisor.I am really curious if the police, FTC, or FBI routinely investigate these situations. Perhaps they set a minimum dollar amount stolen before they get involved, or a certain number of claimants.
Why don't schools teach children about taxes and bills and things that they will definitely need to know as adults to get by in life?
Departments of education and school districts always have to make decisions about what to include in their curriculum.  There are a lot of life skills that people need that aren't taught in school.  The question is should those skills be taught in schools?I teach high school, so I'll talk about that.  The typical high school curriculum is supposed to give students a broad-based education that prepares them to be citizens in a democracy and to be able to think critically.  For a democracy to work, we need educated, discerning citizens with the ability to make good decisions based on evidence and objective thought.  In theory, people who are well informed about history, culture, science, mathematics, etc., and are capable of critical, unbiased thinking, will have the tools to participate in a democracy and make good decisions for themselves and for society at large.  In addition to that, they should be learning how to be learners, how to do effective, basic research, and collaborate with other people.  If that happens, figuring out how to do procedural tasks in real life should not provide much of a challenge.  We can't possibly teach every necessary life skill people need, but we can help students become better at knowing how to acquire the skills they need.  Should we teach them how to change a tire when they can easily consult a book or search the internet to find step by step instructions for that?  Should we teach them how to balance a check book or teach them how to think mathematically and make sense of problems so that the simple task of balancing a check book (which requires simple arithmetic and the ability to enter numbers and words in columns and rows in obvious ways) is easy for them to figure out.  If we teach them to be good at critical thinking and have some problem solving skills they will be able to apply those overarching skills to all sorts of every day tasks that shouldn't be difficult for someone with decent cognitive ability  to figure out.  It's analogous to asking why a culinary school didn't teach its students the steps and ingredients to a specific recipe.  The school taught them about more general food preparation and food science skills so that they can figure out how to make a lot of specific recipes without much trouble.  They're also able to create their own recipes.So, do we want citizens with very specific skill sets that they need to get through day to day life or do we want citizens with critical thinking, problem solving, and other overarching cognitive skills that will allow them to easily acquire ANY simple, procedural skill they may come to need at any point in their lives?
How do you fill out apartment applications that require employment and income information when you’re still a university student and are still applying for jobs for after graduation?
Well, in that case you can’t really say you have a job when you don’t. If you have a documented offer of a job and the income you will receive, that will be enough, but it has to be documented and verifiable.I was in-between jobs at one point, had just sold my home, and with the equivalent of two or three years of liquidity for paying rent up front, I couldn’t get a lease without my sister co-signing. (I was in my fifties at the time. I wasn’t some kid.). I told them I would pay the entire first year up front in cash immediately, since I was flush with cash and was not looking for a job at the time. No dice. No income stream, no apartment. That was a corporate rule for that apartment complex.I think you will need to find someone who will be willing to co-sign for your lease. Their income and employment can be used for you to get your lease. When you have your job and income coming in, you can arrange for that person to be taken off the lease.Another option that might appeal to you is to go to a roommate matching site to find someone who will give you space in a shared apartment on a short 6 month lease, 3 month lease, or month to month. I did that when I came to Chicago for my latest contract, found someone in a week, moved in, all was and is well. Remember that people who apartment share aren’t corporations. They’re flexible. You put your extra stuff in storage in the meantime.When you’re ready to move on from there you will have had time to look for the right place for your new job, so the transition is easier too.
How do we obtain a transfer and migration certificate to fill the NIMHANS 2019-20? Is it mandatory?
You don't need to submit them initially during application. But at the time of joining u have to submit mandatorily
Why are medical forms so annoying? You need to fill out the same information over and over!
This is important information for those taking care of your mother. The facility and its doctors, nurses, and staff may not have time to search for the one page with all the information, hence asking for it in multiple locations.Most facilities do not have the technology to take a screen-input answer and replicate it across forms.