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3 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for California on
Q: My question concerns employment law and privacy issues in a church.

The head priest has requested the following information from all staff members: usernames and passwords for 'company' email, Zoom, Facebook, or other 'service accounts;' and PIN codes for credit card accounts and 'other company accounts.' He states they are to be... Read more »

Joel Perry Glaser
Joel Perry Glaser answered on May 7, 2020

What you are describing certainly appears to be a violation of your right to privacy, you can make a complaint to HR, consult an attorney or do both.

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2 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination for California on
Q: I got hired at CVS without a interview. I arrived at the store they said I may not be able to work because of my cane.

I did all the paper work even got a start date but I got to the store and the manger said they dont think I can work because of all that's going on then ask me what happen to me as to why I have a cane I told him I had low b12 and it damage my nerves. Are they allowed to take back my job offer... Read more »

Joel Perry Glaser
Joel Perry Glaser answered on Apr 14, 2020

The answer to your question depends on the circumstances of your hire and the requirements of the job position. I recommend you contact an employment lawyer.

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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Workers' Compensation and Gov & Administrative Law for California on
Q: Do any of the new acts (CARES, etc) in place protect new mothers who just ran out of their FMLA during this crisis?

My wife and I just had a baby in February, she ran out of her FMLA last week. She's a nurse who is staying home until this passes since we have an infant at home. So she's not technically unemployed, but they're now telling her she has to pay in for her insurance. Can they do this?... Read more »

Joel Perry Glaser
Joel Perry Glaser answered on Apr 10, 2020

The question is how long has your wife been off work and is she protected by laws other than FMLA, as well as entitled to temporary disability benefits while she recovers from childbirth. I recommend you contact an employer lawyer directly.

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Colorado on
Q: I was terminated after voicing my concerns over COVID-19 & working from home. Is that okay?

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Joel Perry Glaser
Joel Perry Glaser answered on Apr 9, 2020

This potentially is retaliation under your state's whistleblower statute. I recommend you contact an employment attorney.

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