My prior employer wrote an employment contract that included a base as well as an $800 per mo draw against future commissions for a (minimum of 18 months) however after less than 6 months he just came to me and said that he was going to do away with the draw against commission all together. When I... Read more »
answered on May 14, 2019
I am sorry to hear about your experience. To directly answer your question, you may consider filing a charge with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission ("OCRC") for a potential violation of Ohio law. You will find that the OCRC and EEOC are very similar; the OCRC investigates violations of... Read more »
while on short term disability/active employee, received by fedex letter dated 6/6 stating position will be eliminated 12/31/18 and severance package will be issued due to company closure . then receive a 2nd letter 22 days letter dated 6/28 stating position terminated on 6/29 same days as approved... Read more »
answered on Dec 19, 2018
Without reviewing your short-term and long-term disability policies, it is difficult to say whether your employer went about things correctly. Assuming you are an at-will employee, an employer may terminate your employment at any time and for any legal reason (with a few exceptions). That is still... Read more »
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