My job deposit money to my bank account and I didn’t know it was an error they didn’t tell me nothing I found out by looking at my next paycheck and seeing I had 100 dollars so when I checked they took out 500 dollars and it’s wasn’t even for taxes it says Ret DD can they do that even... View More
if the company improperly deposited money, then they are entitled to its return. They should not be taking back "more" than what was the error. You can report them to the Division of Wage and Hour of the NJ Dept of Labor if they are doing that.
My job was recently affected by a large layoff due to the company losing a significant amount of business. I was close with my manager and he initially offered help with reviewing my resume and finding a new job. However i quickly stopped hearing from him when reaching out for help. I found out... View More
Once you are separated from a place of employment there is no obligation of the employer to have contact with the employee. It is not clear what you mean by "liability". However, they may be concerned about a potential lawsuit against the company by the former employee.
I am on a “probation” period as all newer employees are, but it doesn’t seem right to refuse to pay you for a holiday, make you stay home, and not give you work if you asked so you can get paid 40 hours that week.
I have MS and need to leave my job early 1x a month to get a medical infusion with my medications. This week, a member of the dispatch team announced Via email that I was leaving early for an infusion. This went to over 10 of my coworkers. Is this something that I can seek action on against my... View More
Have at will contract. Employee has not taken leave and is doing most tasks but not this key one. Has provided dr note restricting activity while under medical evaluation. Small business and other staff can't sustain continuing to take on this extra work which is physically demanding.
Managers told us HR needed updated drivers licenses and passports. When asked why no answer other than it was needed was given. I went to HR to get an answer and was told because of audit. I was fine with the answer, but received a message from my manager saying they never said I could go to HR and... View More
I recently was told that it is illegal to make guests who pay in cash, pay credit card fees. I had nothing to with the terms of agreement between the bank and owners. Why would I be responsible for those fees?
Seems like I'm being "squeezed" out. Having issues w my manager and asked her about looking into an amicable mutual separation. After this I was told my choices are to resign w 3 weeks notice no severance applicable (11 years of service) or continue on under a PIP for the next... View More
I am asking to work remote 5 days per week. We already are remote 3 days per week. I have provided several doctor's note about my disability in hopes they would accommodate something that 1. we already do more than half the week and 2. the entire company did during COVID which proved remote... View More
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