An employee may be prohibited from going to the restroom
Since last May 12, companies have been obliged to record the entry and exit time of their employees. In fact, this is included in the current regulation of the Workers’ Statute, in article 34.9.
Given this lack of information in the regulation, there are many who have been involved in conflicts of interest with their workers. But to prevent this from going any further and to clarify the matter, we are going to explain below some relevant issues that you should take into account about breaks and effective working time.
On the other hand, another thing that is agreed by agreement is to determine whether the 15-minute break constitutes effective working time or not. If that working time is considered not to be effective, the worker must make up for it by putting in more time during the working day.
“Whenever the length of the continuous working day exceeds six hours, a rest period of not less than fifteen minutes must be established during the working day. This rest period shall be considered effective working time when so established by collective bargaining agreement or employment contract”.
Law for going to the bathroom
Can I be fired (or not hired) because of my HIV status? With the exception of extremely unusual circumstances, it is against the law for someone to fire you for having HIV or to ask you if you have HIV during the hiring process.
What laws protect me from HIV discrimination in employment? Employers are subject to federal laws, and in some cases state and city laws, that ensure that employees with HIV have job security, privacy, and (when necessary) reasonable accommodation in the workplace, without having to suffer harassment or discomfort.
The primary federal law protecting employees living with HIV is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities, or who are perceived to have disabilities, in any place of employment where there are at least 15 employees (this does not include federal agencies, which are covered under the Rehabilitation Act, see below). In 2008, Congress amended the ADA to clarify that its protections extend to people living with HIV.
Asking permission to use the restroom at work
Amazon has a productivity monitoring system based on software that measures the amount of time employees are connected to their work tools, both in their offices and in logistics and product manufacturing centers. The e-commerce giant has claimed on several occasions that it is a program designed to detect problems that hinder the tasks of its staff members, and that it is only secondarily used to detect underperformers. The reality, however, seems quite different.
An accusation that has been ratified by the Department of Labor and Industries of the State of Washington, in the United States, which after an investigation of its facilities has concluded in a report that the pace of work that Amazon expects from its workers is very high and that “pressure is exerted on employees to maintain that pace without adequate recovery time to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal disorders”.
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RulingsSharingDo not shareRulingsFundamental Rights. Scope.ORD. Nº3416/49The powers that the legal system recognizes to every employer, including that which allows the employer to establish in the Internal Rules of Order the obligations and prohibitions and in general the control measures to which workers are subject, find as an insurmountable limit, in accordance with the provisions of the first paragraph of Article 5 of the Labor Code, respect for the fundamental rights of workers. Fundamental Rights. Scope. Fundamental rights, scope,
The powers that the legal system recognizes to every employer, including that which allows the employer to establish in the Internal Rules of Order the obligations and prohibitions and in general the control measures to which the workers are subject, find as an insurmountable limit, in accordance with the provisions of the first paragraph of article 5 of the Labor Code, the respect for the fundamental rights of the workers.