Should you tell your boss about personal problems?
It’s worth telling your manager about your personal problem if there’s something you need at work—but you have to know specifically what you’re asking for.
So think through whatever accommodations or requests you need before you open up the conversation..
Can my manager text me?
If an employer requires or allows employees to work, the employee must be paid for all of that time. … For example, a supervisor can now text or email an employee 24/7. If the employee is expected to answer, they must be paid for their time in reviewing and responding to the message.
Can your boss ask about your personal life?
This means that not only do state laws forbid an employer from entering an employee’s house, or tracking their movements through wearable technology without the employee’s permission, but that an employer cannot even ask an employee about his personal life unless the employee brings it up first.
Can my employer ask me personal questions?
The short answer to this is that yes, they can ask. Whether or not you choose to provide it is up to you. However, an employer can usually legally deny you a position if you refuse. An employer may wish to see your W-2 to confirm if the current salary you claim to earn is true or not, and this is legal.
Can you be fired for your personal life?
Most employees play it safe and don’t risk getting fired over actions that occur on their own time. But of course it can happen. Most experts say the decision to fire an employee over their private life depends on the extent that those activities negatively affect the workplace or the employer’s public image.
Can your boss tell other employees my personal information?
It is good privacy practice for employers to tell employees when they collect their personal information. In doing so, the employer could tell the employee why they are collecting the information and who the employer might pass that information on to.