Available for 6 months. They have given other persons a much better severance package and they were of a different race and they had performance improvement plans. They want to give me one month salary and a Cobra pkg.
answered on Jan 25, 2023
If you believe that you are being discriminated against on the basis of race, and treated differently from other employees in regard to severance payments, then you need to consult a licensed discrimination lawyer in the District of Columbia as soon as possible. Most attorneys are providing... Read more »
answered on Oct 12, 2022
You should consult with with a qualified employment discrimination attorney who specializes in Sexual harassment. Most attorneys are providing consultations over the phone or zoom due to COVID.
My supervisor did not compensate me for work performed and lied and said 7:45am -5:15pm was 8 hours and was committing fraud. What caselaw can I use for this
answered on Aug 15, 2022
Is this a matter involving a DC employer? If so, I would be glad to give you a free 30 minute consultation tomorrow morning, August 16th at 10 am.
Clearly, videotaping under your skirt could well constitute sexual harassment in the work place. Did you report this incident to HR? Or have... Read more »
This is for my child to be able to attend school this month.
answered on Aug 3, 2022
You would need to get medical documentation from your child's doctor stating the child has a disability that prevents him or her from receiving the covid shot safely. I am attaching the exemption: https://osse.dc.gov/release/osse-encourages-families-receive-required-immunizations. Good luck.
A high level manager asks a salaried employee if they can stick around to meet with them at 5:00pm which is normal close of business.
Employee is escorted to a conference room and takes a seat. The manager says they need to make some calls and then shuts the door.
The employee can... Read more »
answered on Feb 6, 2022
The definition of false imprisonment is very strict. It is a term under criminal and tort (civil) law. Under tort law it is classified as an intentional tort. A person commits false imprisonment when he or she commits an act of restraint on another person, confining that person in a bounded area.... Read more »
People who wish to become American citizens should be given a step by step imagination process with potential immigration lawyers - I think world advertising is in order - avoid the breaking of the law label as illegal as in illegally being here at their own free will - as an illegal?
answered on Jan 29, 2022
The American Immigration Lawyer’s (AILA.)
is an organization of Attorneys who specializes in aiding individuals who have immigration problems including Naturalization, becoming an American citizen, as well as other immigration issues.
So I got a job at a small pizza place in DC and my first two paychecks were just hand written checks without any paystub or details of my pay. I was being paid only $12 and making maybe 3-15 in tips a night and no benefits. I made an error that resulted in us having to make two pizzas and was... Read more »
answered on Dec 22, 2021
First of all, if you believe that you are being retaliated against and threatened because you may file a compliant you need to consult with a qualified employment discrimination attorney licensed in the District of Columbia. You also need to clarify the alleged homophobic slurs made by your... Read more »
The form specifically states: "While the information requested on this form is intended to be used primarily for internal purposes, in certain circumstances it may be necessary to disclose this information externally. And 85 Fed. Reg. 17047 states that "Providing this information is... Read more »
answered on Oct 4, 2021
You do not have to sign the form. However, by not signing the form you can expect to be treated as not having been fully vaccinated. The policy is not discriminatory on its face if it is equally applied to everyone regardless of sex, race, national origin, religion or disability. It does not seem,... Read more »
My lawyer decided to stop representing me in a case with OPM, does the judge have to approve it or let them off the hook?
answered on Apr 8, 2021
The judge will consider the Motion to Withdraw. He or she will consider the reasons for the Motion, then make a decision of the Motion. The attorney who made the Motion still represents, you until the Motion to Withdraw is granted and ordered by the judges.
Last year my employment was terminated by a non-profit based out of Washington DC. It was because I anonymously blew a whistle on my supervisor's conduct. I was told if someone were to call for employment verification, the organization would only give out the start and the end date.... Read more »
answered on Feb 2, 2021
It is highly unusual for a former employer not to give verification of employment of a former employee. Usually the verification is very general, for example Mr Smith worked for Company A from Jan 1 2020 to Jan 1 2021. You would need to contact a licensed attorney in DC for a more in depth... Read more »
answered on Dec 21, 2020
Your question is not entirely clear, but a member of the military is a federal employee. Individuals who work for NOAA are federal employees as well. PHS helps aid federal agencies as the FDA and the CDC
I am a former government employee who left the federal government in 2014. My departure was due to an unethical SES who was removed from his director position due to complaints. Since leaving, I have worked as a contractor, I have passed my security checks. I am in the process of emailing my former... Read more »
answered on Dec 17, 2020
You may obtain copy of your most recent SF-50 by requesting from the National Archives and Records Administration, Good luck!
answered on Dec 1, 2020
Given the current political environment, it is very risky for you to leave the country at all because you may have an exceptionally hard time getting back in. It's even more risky if you are returning to your native country if you are alleging a reasonable fear of past or future persecution.... Read more »
Homosexuality in Egypt is a crime punishable by ~15 years in jail, and your future is probably ruined (same with your reputation), assault in prison is inevitable.
My parents are emotionally abusive and homophobic as well.
answered on Nov 12, 2020
The general rule is you can apply for asylum based on sexual orientation if you are being abused in your home country because of your sexual orientation. You would have to prove fear of present persecution based on your sexual orientation and/or the potential of future persecution because of... Read more »
answered on Nov 12, 2020
Your question is not entirely clear. I can't tell if you went into treatment and are being prescribed methadone as part of the treatment, or if you are in treatment because of addiction to methadone.
District Courts have split on the question, especially if you have some protection... Read more »
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