It is not in line with another employees that I asked confidentially. They received one week for every year of service. I was only offered 4 for 12 years. There are many circumstances leading up to the company saying they accepted a resignation, I never gave and I repeatedly told them that.... Read more »
The issue here as presented is that this can be considered a claim by the BK Trustee. Some or all of any settlement may be taken by the BK court. All attorney fees have to be approved by the BK trustee including any part of a possible settlement. Talk to your BK trustee and get something in...Read more »
My wife is currently in a union contract dispute with her employer, a local college. The complaint is that the union CBA that my wife is covered under states that if the college is not going to renew an employee's contract they must be notified in writing with an explanation by March 1st. My wife... Read more »
I recommend that your wife bring all of her employment documents, CBA and contracts to a local employment law attorney to review who also handles education law. Without seeing the actual language, it is difficult to make a recommendation.
I was suspended then fired didn't know why until my pay check didn't post that following week. Then I was told that they're holding my last check pending an invitation and the cops would contact me. I asked for the detective on this case phone number they were very rude about i and didn't give me... Read more »
It is unclear what the investigation is about. I recommend you contact the Michigan Office of Wage and Hour to file a complaint for the unpaid monies and contact an employment attorney in your area for the same.
The injury in question did happen at work but I didn't claim it under workman's comp because the company was worried about their safety rating. I am a salaried employee as well are they allowed to do this?
Regardless of not initially filing a workers compensation claim, I recommend that you do contact a workers compensation attorney regarding this issue. There may also be other unlawful violations, but that is where you should start first because in Michigan a workers compensation claim is the...Read more »
I was recently terminated from Board of Education as a teacher for refusal of drug testing. I have filed a letter of appeal to the Teacher Tenure Commision and the District file a motion of dismissal. I was informed by the Judge to write a response to the motion of dismissal. I need guidance in... Read more »
As a tenured teacher, you have more legal rights than an at will employee in Michigan. I recommend that you contact an employment law attorney in your area to assist you. The Tenure Commission has strict court rules and requirements just like a regular court. The school district attorneys know...Read more »
In Michigan, there are laws that if a person is not part of the conversation, that the others being recorded have to give consent. If you have concerns, I recommend you contact am employment attorney in your area.
The offer is $30 per 1 hour of service. 15 min uncompensated clean up time per service provided. The agreement is for 30 hours of providing services. If there are no services booked I don't get paid. They insist I am an employee.
I recommend that you contact an employment attorney in your area to review the agreement and go over the facts of your case. More information is needed to determine your employment status.
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