Oil Service Company has an office in a remote area in North Dakota. During an uncharacteristically heavy snow, three employees in the office of Oil Service Company called the manager of Oil Service Company to say that they did not think that they could get to work because of the heavy snow. The manager told each of those employees that he did not want them driving to work if they thought that it was too dangerous, but that since there was an important contract that had to be finished, and if they wanted, he (the manager) would come to their houses, pick them up, and bring them to work. Two of the three employees who called agreed to have the manager come to their houses and bring them to the office. One of those employees slipped on the ice in front of her house as she was coming down the front steps to the manager's car and was injured.
Is this employee entitled to workers' compensation for this injury? Why, or why not?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 10:08 am ad1c9bdddf
Yes, the worker is entitled to compensation for this injury. Even though the workers was not on the physical premises of the organization, the injury can be considered employment related as the worker was coming out of ...
This response discusses a situation related to worker's compensation for getting injured in snow.
FMLA and Workers compensation
Explain the application and implication of the following laws for your employer. Be sure to analyze (but is not limited to) the following employee safety, health, and welfare laws:
a. Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
b. Worker's compensation Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
Then, answer the following questions:
a. What are employers' responsibilities under the law?
b. What protections does the law provide for employees?
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