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Yes they can require you wear protective gear. By accepting the paycheck you give up certain rights of choice, this has be challenged in federal court many times and upheld every time. Think about it, if you are injured who are you going to sue or ask compensation from if it happens on the job. If you disagree quit and move on.
According to the At Will Employment California, an employee can leave the job at anytime and for any reason. This law says that an employer can at anytime fire there employee from there job for any reason and so as the employee have the rights to leave the job for any reason and at anytime. You can also understand the above law in more detailed way from At Will Employment California.
You can only be fired on the spot for what is called 'gross misconduct'. This is behavior is defined as 'doing something where your presence can no longer be tolerated on the premises'. This is in a normal, go to work and come home job. In your case, you live there are well. Normal grounds for gross misconduct, would be assaulting a fellow employee, or tenant, theft, that sort of thing.
When you took the job, there should have been written terms and conditions regarding your job and your provided accommodation. It should tell you how long you can remain after dismissal or you handing in your notice. It is not reasonable that they want you to leave in 48 hours.The building can evict you, but that takes time. With two children, they can't put you on the street.
My advice is to contact your local welfare housing office. They will know the law, and they will offer you priority temporary or permanent housing because of your 2 children.
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Use setting type compound for filling over screws. This compound doesn't shrink and does a better job of covering them up. Light weight compound is fine but is soft. It does shrink as it dries so you'll need maybe 3 or 4 coats to get the dimple area covered. I use setting compounds on all my second coats for this reason. This applies to tapered seams, end or surface joints and corners. You want to tape the drywall with all purpose compound that does shrink so it pulls the tape tight when dry. I use the TapeBuddy taping tools for a tight, no blister seam. Let this dry and second coat with the setting type compound and your finishing project will go much faster.
issue warning about conduct being contrary to code of conduct if you have one if not warning about conduct being contrary to expectations and bringing company name into disrepute
as well as making the workplace unsafe for other employees
as the OH&S act states that the workplace should be a physiological
and psychologically safe enviroment and his or her conduct is contrary to the legislation further occurences lead to dismissal
There is no password setup that I'm aware of. You can set a discount level that requires admin permission to excede it. This requires employee setup also. Give your employee YES to INVOICE DISCOUNTS and PROMPT to DISCOUNTS BELOW X% under EMPLOYEE MAINTENANCE. Then under SETUP, SETUP SCREEN, click the INVOICE SETTINGS tab. Set the INVOICE DISCOUNT SECURITY LEVEL to the discount amount that employee need permission to exceed. If set to 10, anything over 10% will require admin permission before it can be applied.
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Expect spark-plug work to be tedious. If this is your first time, plan 3 or 4 hours after engine cools (or 1 hour on several days), allowing 15 minutes per plug.
Consult your vehicle's manual. Look up where your spark plugs are, how many you have, the correct "gap", and the size socket needed to remove them. Also write down the vehicle's make, model, and year.
Visit your local auto parts store. Find (either by looking up in the provided reference book or by asking an employee) the correct spark plugs for your vehicle. The store also has socket wrenches, plus spark-plug sockets (with gasket), and socket-extension rods or swivel-joints to reach recessed plugs.
Find out (from the reference book, the packaging, or the employee) if these spark plugs need to be "gapped". Some modern plugs should not be gapped (but others can have different gaps, depending on use in either 6-cylinder or V-8 engines, etc.).
Park vehicle, turn off the engine, and open the engine compartment, to cool for hours. (WARNING: After running a car for a long time, the spark plugs can be the hottest part of engine! While it can require several hours to cool enough, it can require several weeks to heal burnt skin.)
Take (if needed) a wire-gauge spark plug gap tool and adjust the distance between the two electrodes. Between the electrodes is where a spark is made. One electrode will be an L-shaped piece of metal (hook), the other a metal prong centered directly across from it. Set the gap between the two electrodes, from .028-.060 inch, such as .035/.040 /.043 /.050, as in book (see Tips below).
Collect tools & new plugs (perhaps in a tool-tray). Remember which direction the socket-wrench switches to reverse/unscrew: wrench might not be visible when working back plugs.
Check fit of new plugs inside wrench-socket gasket. If new plugs stick to rubber gasket, consider removing gasket with screwdriver in square hole, to just use tape. Like taping screws to a screwdriver, the socket can be taped to spark plugs (not the threads) with scotch tape, for easy release once inside the engine. Otherwise, have pliers to pry the socket off new plugs once installed.
Locate (with the help of your manual or a repair manual for your vehicle) the distributor spark-plug cables/wires. The number of wires will be equal to the number of spark plugs your engine has. Often these wires are red or black, and will be equally divided on opposite sides of the engine.
Using masking tape, mark each of these wires for where they connect. Don't rely on memory: if interrupted, easy to forget, and engine can run rough with crossed plug wires. For 8 cylinders, deducing plug connections is almost impossible (120 choices for 5 wires) -- in that case you must contact an expert or study wiring guides.
Remove each spark-plug cable, pulling the caps (to avoid breaking cable wires). Caps should come loose by very intense twisting/pulling (avoid jerking/hitting fingers).
Using a spark-plug socket, remove each plug from the engine, and replace each with a new spark plug. Don't over tighten (usually just 1/16 turn, after finger-tight).
Replace the spark-plug cables on the same plugs they originally came from, and remove the masking tape.
Remove tools near engine (beware the moving belts), close your engine compartment, and start your vehicle.