im a minor in New York State. I currently work at chipotle Mexican grill. My general manager wants to put me as grill and cook permission, I need to use a knife and operate the grill. Both my parents and I have given them permission to let me. Is it legal if I do grill position
Please see a link for New York's Department of Labor handbook on the employment of minors in New York State. You'll see a distinction for minors under the age of 16 and then continuing restrictions for those between 16 and 18. Check out pages 10 to 12 I believe....Read more »
that they interested in you and you follow all protocol by staying in touch etc. Then they decide to tell you the position has been filled and then you find out they reposted the job. Is there any bias here because they show interest in you and they tell you they filled the position and now it is... Read more »
Many say that it is a very tight job market. An employee's choice. The candidate they selected may have accepted a better offer or failed to show for their first day of work. Human Resources thought the position was filled and here they are. Or...Read more »
Documents including operating templates created by myself all on my personal laptop not issued through the business. All budgets and analysis's have been created on my laptop. Are any of these documents legally my property considering I created it all from scratch on my laptop.
There are employment law attorneys here who are most knowledgeable in this area, but your question remains open for a week, and you might be losing valuable time or a good opportunity. From a practical standpoint, ask. You have nothing to lose, and it could be preferable to the prospective employer...Read more »
My company handbook states only non exempt employees have to fill out a time card. The company has now been making exempt employees do so as well, though no revisions have been made to the handbook. They expect us to punch in, lunches, and out for the day. They have also introduced an "early... Read more »
Company handbooks are almost never contracts. I don't recall one which was enforced as a contract. They usually state so in the printed document itself. Handbooks are usually subject to change with or without notice as long as the employer applies the changes to everyone.
Additional information is needed to answer this question. If you were hired, terminated, and paid by Company, and placed to work in Hospital, then generally, your "employer" would be Company, not Hospital. However, there are circumstances in which a "joint employer"...Read more »
It could depend on the timeline and the severity. And those are things that a physician, not an attorney, is qualified to speak about meaningfully. The fact that you were at a hotel, in and of itself, is not evidence of the absence of a disability. Your post remains open for two weeks. Consider...Read more »
I work for a Fortune 125 Corporation in Upstate New York and they've always done random, suspicionless drug testing. They fire folks based on a positive test for THC. It's a supplemental insurance company, and I just work in policy service.
Have you considered "Harmless Error Doctrine"? You could win the battle but lose the war.
Let me explain. You challenge your termination because marijuana use is legal, they tested you with a positive result, and you were fired in my hypothetical scenario. Technically, you might...Read more »
NYC Labor Law Question for Medical Practice: (1) If we find proof that a doctor employed by our practice is also working for another practice during their employment contract with us, and during our practice office hours, thus violating the non-compete agreement, are we entitled to collect any... Read more »
Your rights will be governed by the employment contract as to the non-compete and time off. You cannot offset your claims against earned salary, or you will subject yourself to labor violations. You need a court case to determine your rights.
My boss gave me a company bonus check for project commissions in my duration. Do I have to report this to Unemployment NY? The check was issued from a payroll account of the company. this isn’t severance it is a bonus owed to me from last years project completion commission percentage. They did... Read more »
Limited duty medical assignment cost me promotion even though all my assigned tasks were completed without being effected by medical condition. Work For NYC Sanitation. Passed over for promotion due to being on limited duty assignment (no driving) even though my assigned position doesn't... Read more »
Underwent knee surgery and have been off from work on a paid short-term disability. I received a job offer while on this leave, do I face any repercussions for giving my two weeks after not having worked in several months?
One option is to repost under Workers' Compensation here. There's no guarantee that all posts are picked up, but a workers' comp attorney probably wouldn't be able offer very much guidance based on these brief facts. Another option is to reach out to workers' comp attorneys...Read more »
Hello , i work for a company for 8 months , they pay a base salary of 400$ a week plus commission, i started working on july 2020 , i made less that 2000$ in commission for the whole year of 2020 , i worked 100 hours a week on regular basis , am i entitled to minimum wage and over time , i logged... Read more »
She is working as a temporary worker at a hospital for an assignment. She was shoved twice and verbally assaulted by the male employee. He was arrested on Friday, but has since been released with no charges per the police. My sister is experiencing trauma from being physically assaulted by this... Read more »
Sorry to hear what happened to your sister. If she hasn't already, she should report the incident to her supervisor and request that the other employee be transferred to a different department to reduce the risk that she might run into him again. With regard to bringing a lawsuit against the...Read more »
They hired me gave me a start date I quit previous job worked for two day they informed me that I was never cleared through the justice center and I have to take off til they did which they did not so I was let go I received the pay for two days worked two weeks later they sent me another check I... Read more »
An employment attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. As a GENERAL premise, overpayment to a payee will generally result in a legitimate claim by a payor to demand return of overpayment - whether that payor is a bank, insurance company, or other entity. Based on your...Read more »
My wife got pregnant and in January (3 months) I informed my employer and asked if I could work from home. (Currently I work in our office 4 days a week on a IT help desk answering calls and going to users to fix technical issues.)
My wife’s Dr. wrote a note advising that if possible... Read more »
The ADA does not apply to you here, so there is no legal obligation for your employer to honor a request for an accommodation of working from home due to your wife's pregnancy. If you entered into a contract agreeing to give 90 days' notice of your resignation, and you resign...Read more »
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