Q: currently i work for Goodyear my hours are from 8 am to 6 pm 6 days a week but they only pay me for 49 hrs
i wrk for Goodyear i wrk from 8 to 6 pm but they only payed me for 49 hrs, when i got hire i mention that i had to got school Monday/Thursday, today they wanted me to stay for a meeting, i explain to the manger that i had to go to school and that going to school was more important, that staying for the meeting. the manager did not like it so he wanted to fired me, so i toll him that what they were doing was not legal, plus i express that what they were paying me was not what we had agree, i was to get pay $15.00 plus 32% commission, but i have only being pay per hour. He went to the office wrote a report that he wanted me to sign, the report said that i was quieting, but i was not quieting, he keep insisting for me to sign the report. i told him that i would sign if he will change that i was getting fired Since i refuse to sign he made call, and come back and told me that i was suspended for 7 days and to take my tools. I want to know if this is legal or not.
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A: You can file a complaint with the Dept. of Labor: https://www.dol.gov/whd/howtofilecomplaint.htm
You can file a complaint with the State of California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement:
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