I am on my final days with an agency. So I found out I had certain health issues and discussed my possible resignation with the agency. The person in charge stated that if I wanted to consider staying on board for 10 hours a week so that I had time to take care of myself and continue to work. I... Read more »
No. Not really. The reason for such a box is for employee suggestions, not employee complaints. If you have a complaint that you want to make, do so directly to your supervisor or the HR department. Suggestions will be shared with people within the company to determine the viability and...Read more »
I'm a freelancer who was working FT for one company. An assistant, with the company (using personal car), delivered computer equipt. to my home during COVID two years ago. I did not sign any documents upon receiving equipment. I no longer work for with this company. They have not asked for... Read more »
Your post suggests that if you were sued you would lie about having the computer. That is not advisable, and no legitimate attorney should advise you to lie. Yes you can be sued if you have another person's property.
Your post is somewhat confusing. If you are still on disability, then why would your employer schedule you to work. Perhaps your post is just unclear. It would be wise for you to locate and consult with an experienced employment law attorney as soon as possible to explore your facts and...Read more »
There is simply not enough in your post to know if your employer is violating the law or not. Generally, when you take FMLA/CFRA leave your right to return to your prior job or one similar thereto is guaranteed. If you cannot perform the essential functions of your job because of medical...Read more »
It was unintentional and due to disorganization on my part and billed for pts I may not have seen in person . I honestly thought I saw those pts n entered notes late and billed. It was only about 35 hours .
Should I resign or wait n see if it gets resolved ??
This is a decision that is not legal in basis, but personal. You need to decide if you wish to have a resignation on your record, or possibly a termination for the cause stated. However, understand that resigning will not guarantee that the prison will not disclose the allegation to a future...Read more »
After false allegations co worker whom I dated ended the relationship. After one day of employment the awkwardness of going through the investigation and false rumors. I resigned effective immediately. I was reinstated as a consultant however the city denied my return, the HR Director asked the co... Read more »
There is nothing unlawful about an employer taking a picture of you in the workplace, unless the picture was of you in a place of privacy, like a changing room or the bathroom. Similarly, there is nothing unlawful about an employer taking pictures of your personal property that you have in plain...Read more »
Currently, I’m in the process of being hired by an airline. According to the airline, “Where permitted by applicable law, must have received or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by date of hire to be considered for a U.S.- based job, if not currently employed by XXXXX Airlines. ”... Read more »
For example, a hair salon ask their employees to disclose other hair salons they work at due to "conflict of interest". Can they fire the employee or force them to quit the other job if they disclose it? Do the employee have to disclose it?
The law does not prohibit non-compete provisions with employees because no employer wants an employee who could be taking business elsewhere. The law rendering a non-compete provision unenforceable applies to former employees.
The answer to your question depends on whether you have a written agreement regarding repayment of the loan that allows the employer to take the money from your final check. If there is not written agreement, or if the agreement does not allow the employer to do what it has done, then the action...Read more »
They helped us for 3 years as manager and handled everything. they would evict tenants, flip the units do everything like paint and, patch holes, clean all the roaches and mold. everything to make sure the apartment looked brand new for a new tenant. A new tenant they would find on their own.... Read more »
Yes. There are many violations of the Labor Code revealed by your post. You need to get specific, confidential advice from an employment law attorney who can advise you about your exposures and hopefully plot out a path to get you through this termination.
I was terminated from my last position. The owner of the company gave me a final hand written check. The following week I received a direct deposit for the same amount. 2 days later I got an email saying they would reverse the direct deposit they did in error. I have moved the money from the... Read more »
I am a disabled adult american with Autism Spectrum Disorder. I was never put in contact with anyone at the school district I worked at to set up proper accommodations for me. I don't know what I should do about this, I am afraid of being blacklisted in retaliation or something.
Get a doctor's note indicating the restrictions you have related to performing your normal job, as well as any suggestions the doctor has for accommodations that could be provided by the school district that would allow you to continue to perform your job. Present that note to the district....Read more »
I suffered a severe reaction, from coughing & choking to blackouts & memory loss. We learned of the toxic chemical after the workers’ comp doctor ordered the employer to have an air sampling test completed. In the weeks leading up to the severe reaction, I was feeling awful; fatigued,... Read more »
No. All workplace injuries and medical conditions are the exclusive jurisdiction of the workers compensation system. There are some very limited exceptions. You should speak to your workers compensation attorney about those.
What kind of lawyer . What are the charges if he's ever even held accountable
What if he's very vindictive and sets me up and has video of me attacking him but doesn't show how he threw broken glass razors and screws into my face while he hid in the dark so it shows only me... Read more »
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