In a sense, yes. This is always a tough decision. If you ever need to bring a claim against your employer based on your disability but did not disclose to them you had the disability, your claim may be jeopardized.
I have customers that are requesting my services in a community and they are being told they can use anyone but me to work on their property because a member of the HOA does not like me. This has cost me a loss of steady income and future as well. Do I have a case?
This can be hard but not impossible to do. Beyond a simple search engine search, you have probably already tried, there a few ideas. First, look (online) in your local clerk of court or the clerk where the company is in locally. Next look in the local and federal courts where the company is...Read more »
I was working at a new job and was suddenly fired after being told I was performing great 3 days prior. The owner found some typos in my work and that was the reason given for my firing. I was a W2 salary employee with benefits. I was the only women on the team and one of the only ones, as they... Read more »
Under the new Families First Coronavirus Response Act, or FFCRA, most employers are required to give you 80 hours or 2 weeks paid under your circumstances. I would ask for this to be applied to that time, to be paid and have your pto restored. If they deny, you can contact the Department of...Read more »
As you can understand this is a new area of law and we are all still learning. Center for Disease Control guidelines do now take precedence over Americans with Disability Act regulations. My concern here is your phrase "ask you to produce a test (result presumably) as opposed to making you...Read more »
And intimidated by my coworker, our boss, our bosses boss who is also my coworkers mom. I filed an official grievance per comp policy over this. I have now been moved into a corner desk, restricted from speaking with coworkers, threatened with firing, and now they made a revision to our employee... Read more »
Some considerations: Is it the government being defrauded? Is it likely there has been enough time for EEOC to inform the employer of the charge? If so to the second question it may increase or give rise to a retaliation claim. This issue is too important to discuss on a message board and you...Read more »
I was working for a company and I got ill and I was not able to work for two months. My FMLA was exhausted and my short term disability claim was denied. My employer decided to terminate me after the two months. I filed for unemployment and the benefits were denied or the following reason: THE... Read more »
This is a hard area and the DEO changes its official and unofficial policies often. I would appeal the decision and attend the telephone hearing. Although at one point DEO tried to change their policy to say if you could not work due to illness you were ineligible, some hearing officers seems to...Read more »
My sister and daughter work for a 7eleven franchise my sister was fired for a reason but now the owner and co managers from other owned store and business are harrassing my daughter trying to make her quit too. They are talking negative thing to the customers in front of her face. Degrading her and... Read more »
I was openly verbally threatened with great physical harm by an employee while in the presence of management (who witnessed the threat spoken), who then claimed they were unable to take action due to the absence of physical contact....is this true? is it legally feasible to sue my employer? I... Read more »
They can take action. They can investigate, suspend, fire that person and/or make sure you aren't working together. You may be able to take action against the employer for several causes, such as negligent hire/retention of that employee. You may need to file with an administrative agency...Read more »
My general manager stated today that ever since I stated I was pregnant I am currently 4 months that I've become dumber and everyone there notices it too. And she constantly talks to my co-workers about me making jokes. Its to the point where I don't even feel like coming in because of... Read more »
Unfortunately, there really is not a suit for emotional abuse. There is for pregnancy discrimination. Pregnancy discrimination in the workplace is shockingly common. I recommend contacting an attorney immediately.
When you find it let me know. Settlement data especially is very hard to come by as settlements are most often confidential. Plaintiffs and their counsel dont have as much statistical information as exists in some other areas of civil trial law.
I pursued a position within the Federal government in three different occasions, not knowing that I was discriminated all the time on basis of national origin. I have voluminous records showing the employees of the agencies hide evidence in the discovery, obstructed my competition, employees and... Read more »
I'd be happy to discuss more offline. I am not sure what you mean by prohibit. I recognize there are several things that might be done practically to stop or deter you, i.e. if they control your access to health care, livelihood and career; but hopefully they cant literally stop you.
Yes. Depending if you work for local, state or a federal agency, the rules and procedures differ greatly. They also differ from private sector employment/labor rules. You need to speak with an attorney who knows these areas well to get solid insight.
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