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two part time jobs policy
Can a town, city or state bar an individual from working two similar but different jobs. For example I work for a city and after work I have a part time job with company who uses the same facility. Can the city tell me that I can not work for the company due to workmen comp rules? The way I see it if I get hurt on city time they pay for it, if I get hurt on company b's time they pay for it.
You should hire a lawyer, so that you dont have to stress out about these types of questions.
You should hire a lawyer, so that you dont have to stress out about these types of questions.
I agree with you dixie. I don't know what the law states, but it seems like who your working for at the time is what matters in work comp, not your location. You hear about truckers that get hurt on the road, states away from their home base. But where they are doesn't matter. If they are working for 'A' supplier and get hurt unloading at 'B' client... 'A' is who provides the work comp.

BUT, while 'A' would be responsible for the work comp, I think the employee could possibly sue 'B' also for personal injury if they had something hazardous at their location that caused the inury. Maybe your employer has had something like this happen before so they have policies set in place. Did they have you sign anything at the begining of your employment stating you can not take any other jobs in the facility while employed by them?

If you have a good relationship with your boss I would just ask them the specifics. Is this a Co. policy? Did you sign something stating that? Is it a law? Where you can find the law? Or if they can give you a document to read reguarding this situation?
something else must be going on because workers comp law does not bar multiple employment.
most states include wages from multiple employers when providing benefits.

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