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Keeping Your Job
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 W-4
Form –
 W-4
is completed when you _______
________ OR when a _________
occurs
 Form
includes a worksheet to
determine your allowances-
 Exempt
status applies to people who will not
earn enough income during the year to owe any
federal income tax.
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 Line
 Max
7 on the W-4 form
amounts that can be earned change
annually.
 Social
security number -
 S.S.
numbers are automatically assigned
when you are _____ and stay the same for
______.
 Your
_____ and _____ records are compiled
using this number.
 When
you become eligible for S.S. payments
(retirement) your monthly $ is based on what
you paid in under your #.
 Work
permit –
 Applications
can be obtained through the
school business office.
 Portions
of the application are completed
by your _______, _______, ______, and
_______.
 Type
of permit issued is dependent upon
your age.
 W-2
Form –
 Provided
________ by ____________
you worked for that year by ________
 Forms
are needed so employee can file
____________________.
 Form
I-9 –
 Form
is completed by the _________
when he/she _______________.
 Employee
must __________with the
form (driver’s license, passport, SS
card, or birth certificate)
 __________________
enforces federal
employment laws.
 In general, federal laws exist to:
Provide
unemployment, disability, and
retirement benefits
Establish a minimum wage, regular working
hours, and overtime rules
Help workers injured on the job
Provide equal employment opportunities and
prohibit discrimination
Establish safe working conditions
 Passed
in ______ (Medicare added in 1965)
 Established
a national insurance program to
provide aid for the _______ and ________.
 Provides
benefits for:
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 SS
is funded by a ___________and matching
employer contributions.
 Unemployment
insurance -
 Available
for employees who are _______
or __________.
 Benefits
weeks.
are paid for a maximum of ____
 Eligibility
varies by state.
 Established
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a federal _________ ______
States can set higher min. wages
Tip earners are not eligible for min. wage
 Required
_______ ____ for hours worked
beyond ____in a week
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Overtime hours are paid at ____________
_____ (1.5 times the employee’s regular rate)
Applies to _______ paid employees only
 Worker’s
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Compensation –
Insurance is responsible for payments regardless of
fault.
 Benefits
include payments for ________
_________ or payments to families in the
event of an employee’s death.
 Allows
employees to take up to ________ of
_______, ____________ time off for:
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 Available
to employees who have worked at
least 12 months.
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Discrimination laws protect workers from unfair
treatment in the workplace.
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Equal Pay Act – Prohibits unequal pay for men and women
doing substantially similar work.
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Civil Rights Act of 1964 – Prohibits discr. in hiring,
training, and promotion based on race, color, gender,
religion, or national origin.
Age Discrimination in Employment Act – Prohibits
discr. in employment decisions against people over
the age of 40
Americans with Disabilities Act – Prohibits discr. on
the basis of physical or mental disabilities
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These laws are enforced by the _______________
_______________________________________
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