It really depends on the particular circumstances of your situation, but since Arizona is an "at will" employment state, the answer is probably yes. You should talk to an employment attorney who will give you a free consultation.
Yes, you can file for bankruptcy while you are employed. If your gross salary is above a certain threshold (based on family size), you may be prevented from filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and have to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Find a bankruptcy lawyer who will give you a free consultation.
Arizona does not have an overtime law, and yes, your employer is entitled to have you work mandatory overtime. However, if your employer is covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act, the federal overtime laws apply. Here is a link to the US Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division. You can...Read more »
I left under Family Medical Leave Act and also was awarded short term disability. In the first few weeks of being out, I noticed they advertised for my position on Monster.com and then hired someone else. I'm in outside sales and cover a Northern Arizona Territory. I've been told by... Read more »
Until you go back to work and find out whether you still have your position there is no legal claim. If you find at that point that you have truly lost your position, consult an employment attorney.
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