I worked remotely and did not inform my manager. This has never been a part of policy or an issue for the 5 years working for this company -- There is still no officially stated policy for doing so. My manager was personally upset I wasn't in the office and that I did not reply to their email... Read more »
I just got fired from my city's probation department, I was a county clerk. This is a small town in Texas , the issue is that too many people reconzied me , they essentially fired me because I knew too many probationers, that's her words.. is this age discrimination? The only reason I... Read more »
I constantly ask for the HR departments information and the GM never wants to give it to me he also doesn’t want to give me email documentation over the investigation he did but he wants to speak with me and I honestly don’t know what to do because I feel like they’re trying to set me up
The background check showing a murder charge instead of attempted murder has made it very difficult to find meanfull employment? Should I sue the county? I was released in 2012 and have notified them of this mistake. It is severely damaging my quality of life.
I have 6 felonies4 of witch are sexual no convictions or arrests since 2008 no trucking company will touch me and iv had several of them tell me blatantly that I am disqualified from employment for my offenses
The EEOC investigates claims of unlawful employment discrimination. It has published a guide on how and when employers may use a job applicant's arrest and conviction record to screen applicants. This guide is focused on when using this information to screen job applicants constitutes...Read more »
I submitted an ADA request to my employer. They approved it based on a doctor's recommendation without consulting with me. I did not agree to the accommodation approval as it did not accommodate my situation because I have a special needs newborn in and out of the hospital and I need to be... Read more »
Whether an employer has made reasonable accommodations to enable a qualified individual with a disability to perform essential job functions or to have the same privileges as employees without a disability without undue burden on the employer is a fact intensive determination. There is no way of...Read more »
I submitted an ADA request for a 3 day a week with a part-time schedule to my employer signed by a doctor. I'm a 4x combat veteran and have a special needs newborn so I have to make it to appointments.
The employer received the request and approved 4 days based on my doctors... Read more »
I have a lot of documentation on situations and incidents stating back in September of 2021 started documenting the beginning of 2022 in regards to retaliation from management and all shapes and forms what can I do is start to become intolerable to work
Retaliation is a recognized cause of action in discrimination cases. Maintain a detailed log or diary of your managers’ actions toward you. Then bring it to the lawyer who handled the prior discrimination claim that you think your managers are retaliating against you for. If you can’t bring...Read more »
No, but they can make it a condition of continued employment under many circumstances. If such a test is “job related and consistent with business necessity,” the employer can require a COVID-19 test as a condition of continued employment. This is largely being interpreted as meaning will the...Read more »
I worked part time for a company making the $7.25 minimum hourly wage. The company also had a tip pool on top of their pay, and employees were tipped equally every day. When I quit the job, the manager told me that they were going to withhold my tips from the previous day I had already worked. They... Read more »
This is a tricky situation. Under federal law, employers are generally only required to pay you at least your state's minimum wage for each hour of work you perform. In the service industry, this means your server wage + your tips received must equal a ground total that averages out to an...Read more »
My employer sold their location to another company. We were advised to WFH permanently with the only condition that we have stable internet. I moved state and been living in TX (2nd home) for over a year with manager knowing the situation. Today, I got let go due to "needed to be within 50... Read more »
You are going to need to get the guidance you need from a Texas employment law attorney because that is the location where you are working. A California attorney cannot provide you with sound advice for this.
If you were in California, your employer has the right to make the rules, and as...Read more »
The offer letter contains mine and the employer's signature, the agreed upon salary, and my start date. The director called me and said the person I was replacing changed her mind and wanted her job back. They gave it to her since she was a good and long standing employee. If my current... Read more »
While a review of the document you signed would be necessary to answer this question, job offer letters are usually not considered enforceable contracts. As a result, an employer can rescind a job offer for any reason, even if the employee has already signed an offer letter.
My dad is my boss at work. He left my mother for one of our coworkers. She's half his age and has only been there six months. She's made sexual advances at me that I blow off. Well he fell for it. The day after he left my mother I arrived at work and he started bossing me on things to do... Read more »
I have no idea how an employer would enforce a requirement to "come to work in a good mood," but they could certainly insist on certain behaviors which might suggest that a person is in a good mood, such as being polite to customers or co-workers, greeting customers at the door, smiling...Read more »
Example, an employee is required to get 10 customer reviews a month. The employee asks 84 customers for reviews but only 6 respond. Is that grounds for termination when the completion of the goal requires a third party participant to follow through?
Yes. If you are an at-will employee, your employer can terminate you for any reason or no reason, even if it is unfair. Unless you have an employment contract stating otherwise, your employer can terminate you for failing to get the requisite number of customer reviews - even though the goal is...Read more »
More information is needed here. However, filing an EEOC charge against your employer is called a "protected activity," meaning you cannot be retaliated against based on your choice to file the charge. If, after you filed your charge, you noticed your employer started treating you...Read more »
Your boss should back you up on requiring the membership because if you are caught selling to non-members then the entire club's permit could be suspended for 60 days for operating as an "open saloon."
Also, helping someone violate the private club rules is a crime under...Read more »
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