i was given an impromptu meeting in regards to a allegation of creating a hostile work environment...after i was suspended for five days without pay....the meeting brought forth no evidence of the allegation as no witnesses were called and more importantly my private medical issue with there very... Read more »
You should contact an experienced employment/labor attorney to go over the details of your case. From the small amount available in this public forum, it certainty sounds like you have reason to be concerned.
I provided every proof that i wasnt paid for certain jobs , dozens of emails and promises , lately i have been harassed with iron strong evidence that is directly correlated to the fact i asked for my money , is it wise to persue a lawsuit or big employers always win in such cases and it takes... Read more »
I work at dominoes as a delivery driver. So i guess i might've broke the glass door by exiting by using my foot to push the door open causing it to crack. Anyways whether I actually broke it or not I don't know, say i did break the door, no one actually saw me do it. My boss just says... Read more »
I agree with Mr. Urba. The most important thing is that the policy of not reimbursing unused vacation time to terminated employees be applied fairly to everyone. If any similarly situated employee was paid his unused vacation time upon termination, you are probably also entitled to be similarly...Read more »
Your schedule is 9 to 5. Mon -fri They make you stay home but you have to check in and be on standby. If you get paged out after hours or the weekend they say we don't have to pay you anything for that because we are paying 40 hours pto for the week. I am a non exempt employee and I receive... Read more »
If you are a non-exempt employee (and therefore entitled to overtime if you work over 40 hours per week), what you are describing is unlawful. More information is needed about your employment to determine if you are exempt.
My boss does want to pay me 12 hours overtime because she said it wasn’t approved but regardless I worked it so isn’t she still obligated to pay me ? Also I was promoted to a manager and then demoted me in two months because she hired someone without a Real reason and then dropped my pay.
If you are a non-exempt employee, your boss must pay you 1.5 times your regular hourly rate for all hours worked after having already worked 40 hours per week. She can't use your alleged lack of authorization as an excuse for not paying you overtime.
I am 16 yrs old and I work for a Franchise my boss threatened to take 1 hour off everyone’s paycheck because we were so busy that we did not have time to fill the sauces. Although we did end up filling them, I think that the Boss cannot really take away and Hour worth of everyone’s paycheck... Read more »
I work for a trucking company, we have the smart drive camera system, these cameras only record several seconds before and several seconds after an event like accident, hard brake, red light etc.. there's two cameras, one facing the front and the other facing me, they are used for security... Read more »
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