Key Idaho requirements impacting pay and benefits are: At the time of hire, an employer must notify employees of: An employer is required to furnish each employee with a written statement of deductions made from the employee's wages for each pay period the deductions are made.
An employer may not withhold any portion of an employee's wages, except under the following circumstances: Deductions taken with an employee's written consent must be for a lawful purpose.
Texas Penal Code states that once a person becomes 17 years of age they are capable to give consent for sexual activity with another person.
However, certain arrest records will be released only with an applicant's or employee's written consent.
While it is acceptable for an employer to ask about criminal convictions in an interview or on an application, the application form or interviewer should state that: An employer may use drug and alcohol testing as a condition of employment or continued employment, provided certain conditions are met, e.g., employees are paid for testing time, and employers have a written testing policy. If, however, the second test is negative, the employer must reimburse the employee for the test costs and, if applicable, reinstate the employee and compensate the employee for any time he or she was suspended or placed on administrative leave.
An employer must comply with both federal and state law.
An employer must also comply with applicable municipal law obligations affecting the employment relationship, in addition to complying with state and federal requirements.