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5 edition of Montana employers found in the catalog.

Montana employers

survey results.

by Montana Council on Vocational Education

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Published by Montana Council on Vocational Education in [Helena?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vocational education -- Montana.,
  • Occupational training -- Montana -- Surveys.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesQuality workforce-the key to economic development.
    GenreSurveys.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22887030M
    OCLC/WorldCa23042928

    Employers in Montana should take precautionary measures when giving references, including: • Insisting on a written authorization from the employee/former employee who will be the subject of the reference or from the prospective new employer. The written authorization should be kept on file along with a copy of the reference (or a written. This manual provides informal guidance to help Montana employers develop and implement alcohol and controlled substance testing programs. The manual includes a copy of the "Workforce Drug and Alcohol Testing Act" enacted by the Montana State Legislature, summaries of applicable state and federal codes.

    Montana State Government Telephone Directory. Please read the instructions below BEFORE clicking on the following link: Montana State Government Telephone Directory. INSTRUCTIONS: The "Bookmarks" located on the left side of the document are visible on most computers. An employee may file a written response to information contained in the employee's personnel records. The employee's response must be filed within ten working days of the date on which the employee is made aware of the information by the agency. The written response becomes a permanent part of the employee's personnel record.

      Access indispensable resources below to help stay current with HR and employment law developments in Montana, including more than 50 state-specific Employment Law Manual sections, customizable Montana Employee Handbook templates and other state-specific resources, and recently passed and upcoming state deadlines.   Montana Employee Rights: Montana Minimum Wage Act. The Montana Minimum Wage Act—an important sub sect of MT employee right laws–is the law that applies to employers (with four or more employees excluding immediate family members) who fail to meet the coverage requirements of the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act. This law simply states that.


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State Employee Access. This page is for state of Montana employees and those doing work on behalf of the state only. Employer Handbook. Montana Department of Labor & Industry. Unemployment Insurance Division (Revised ) This Handbook will help you comply with the Montana Unemployment Insurance Law by providing basic information and answering the most commonly asked employer File Size: 1MB.

Need info about Montana's employment and labor laws. Employment Law Handbook has free detailed information for all categories.

Click to read more. Montana Employee Handbooks: What you need to know. Employee handbooks should be drafted according to the particular needs of each individual workplace and according to the requirements of state and federal law.

Employers should try to develop policies and procedures that reflect the company's size, employee needs, and company philosophy. Employer Contribution The State contributes $1,/month per eligible employee to the State of Montana Benefit Plan.

Paying for Coverage The State of Montana employer contribution may not cover all of your benefit costs. Any extra cost is automatically deducted from your bi-weekly paycheck.

You start owing your benefit. State of Montana Employee Directory Search. First Name: Last Name: Phone Number: Within. For employers with gross annual receipts of $10, or less, the minimum wage is $ MT Dept.

of Labor: Minimum Wage. For more information on Montana’s minimum wage laws, visit our Montana Minimum Wage Laws page, which includes topics such as minimum wage, tip minimum wage, tip sharing and pooling, and subminimum wages. Site maintained by: State Information Technology Services Division PO Box Helena, MT Service Desk () General Info ()   The Wrongful Discharge from Employment Act Montana Code Annotated (MCA) is a law unique to Montana.

It provides employers with a narrow window of “at-will” employment opportunities. “At-will” can be defined as the right of an employer to hire or fire for any reason that is not illegal or contrary to written policies.

Only. Professional Employer Organization licensure, contact Brett Wall at ()or E-mail [email protected] Subsequent Injury Fund () Silicosis Program () MONTANA HUMAN RIGHTS BUREAU POLICY GUIDE INTRODUCTION It is unlawful for an employer to treat an employee or applicant for employment differently because of his or her race, creed, religion, color, national origin, physical or mental disability, marital status, or sex.

Montana’s public employers. We serve the people of Montana and are here to help you through this time of crisis. If you have been impacted by COVID and are facing hardships, we will work with you to find a solution.

To see how other agencies have been impacted by COVID go to We are continually reviewing due dates and deadlines. The Montana Department of Labor and Industry has responded to employers' needs by making it easier to obtain posters mandated by laws for posting Read More Request a Workplace Safety Consultation.

Montana State Government Telephone Directory. Contact the General Information line at with any questions. Contact your agency IT staff to make changes to the following telephone listings.

TTY number is All Montana phone numbers are preceded by. Montana Secretary of State Montana Capitol Building, Rm P.O. Box Helena, MT Front Desk: provided or fax a copy of the employee’s W-4 form by dialing For the Helena area, and outside Montana, employers can fax to You will need to photocopy, as needed, the New Hire Reporting form provided in this mailing.

Electronic Media - Employers may submit reports on diskette or CD. Job Service Montana offices are your full-service, no-fee employment resource.

Staff in local Job Service Montana offices can assist you with your job search by: • Discussing approaches to finding a new job and helping you develop a work search plan. • Reviewing your application materials and providing. Employee Standards of Conduct Page 3 of 12 Original Publication: March Revised: March Introduction You are a state employee and your public duty is to work for the benefit of the people of the state.

State statutes mandate your responsibility to the public. The Montana Code Annotated (MCA) describes the holding. Individuals who earn wages by performing services in Montana are liable for Montana income tax.

As an employer, it is your duty by law to deduct taxes from the wages you pay. If you reside in Montana, or are a nonresident employer who pays wages for services performed in Montana, you are required to withhold Montana income tax.

PAYMENTS NOT FOR HOURS WORKED AND REIMBURSEMENT FOR EXPENSES (1) The term "regular rate" shall not be deemed to include "payments made for occasional periods when no work is performed due to vacation, holiday, illness, failure of the employer to provide sufficient work, or other similar cause; reasonable payments for traveling expenses, or other expenses, incurred by an employee.

In every state (other than Montana), employers are free to adopt at-will employment policies. Can You be Classified as an At-Will Employee? The respective state employment laws generally presume that employees are hired to be at-will employees, but place the onus on employees to demonstrate otherwise.Employee Annual Change Book Retiree Annual Change Book Annual Change Presentation.

New Employee Benefit Books. New Employee Benefit Book New Employee Benefit Book New Employee Benefit Book New Employee Benefit Book New Employee Benefit Book Newly Retiring Benefit Books. Newly Retiring Benefit Book Montana Annual W-2 Withholding Tax Reconciliation Montana Withholding Tax Payment Voucher Download PDF Form.

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