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The employee must give their employer 3 months’ notice that they want to opt out of Sunday working.
They must continue to work on Sundays during the 3 month notice period if their employer wants them to.
This means the employer may not fire, demote, or reduce a worker's pay because the worker filed a complaint about unsafe working conditions.
A determination of employer retaliation by OSHA can result in the reinstatement of the worker to their former position and an order for compensation for lost wages.
Collateral re-use has shrunk over the past few years from $10 trillion to $6 trillion -- $4 trillion in liquidity has been removed from the markets.
Basel III regulates liquidity for the first time, in addition to regulatory capital, with the LCR.
If unsafe working conditions are present, a worker may report the violation to the employer, to the federal and/or state Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and in some cases, the worker may refuse to work.
The following is a summary of OSHA protection and guidelines for dealing with dangerous conditions in the workplace.
OSHA applies to private employers that conduct business through interstate commerce. The intent of OSHA is to protect workers (excluding independent contractors) from: Safety standards set by OSHA include provisions for the storage of hazardous chemicals, equipment maintenance, fire protection, and protective clothing.