We are going to be giving job duties Far outside of what are initial hired position is. If we refuse to go back we will be let go, and unemployment will be informed that we refused work, and we will then loose are unemployment eligibility for refusing work Forced upon us even tho the work is not... Read more »
California warn act and we found out the company already did that without any formal notice. Then before we know it on Sunday may 10 we were scheduled to work but we were informed that if we have coughs runny nose shortness of breath body aches covid 19 like symptoms that we were to stay home. I... Read more »
The California Labor Commissioner has said that employers must give their employees “reasonable notice” of a requirement to use accrued vacation or PTO. Reasonable notice has been interpreted to mean 90 days notice. So, no, I do not think that is legal.
I am a prof services sales exec with a salary and a commission plan to pay on all originated revenue sold during the year. After two years, I exceeded sales expectations. Now my employer is wanting to renegotiate my comp plan by stating that the high salary they already give me should account for... Read more »
I am an exempt IT professional. Is it legal for my employer to ask me to perform maintenance work during after hour after a full 8 day or perform systems fixes on weekend while being oncall without compensation like comp day for the works being oncall or off business hours works?
If there is a police report, you can provide it redacted -- I would say almost completely.
If there is no police report, the employer is still required to give you the time off without retaliation -- California Labor Code Sec. 230.8 says you cannot be fired for taking time off for a child...Read more »
A friend of mine informed me that their wife's employer threatened to fire their employees if they posted on social media that there was a positive covid-19 case at their store. Some of the employees are worried about sharing this information because they feel the public has a right to know... Read more »
Twitter might be a good medium for that. If the post were to a public health agency, the employer would be violating Section 1102.5 of the California Labor Code which prohibits terminations for complaints to government agencies.
I accepted a settlement offer from the defendants. I have signed the agreement the defendants drafted. It has been 3 weeks since they made the offer and still the defendants have not signed it. I am told we cannot enforce it under 664.6 because the defendants have not signed therefore not... Read more »
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