You might have a claim based upon religious discrimination but any such claim will be hampered by the fact that Jehovah Witnesses, unlike some other Christian denominations, do not follow a strict "Sunday-Sabbath" rule which discourages members from working on Sundays as a part of their...View More
If I can't work Sundays they can't guarantee me hours regardless of My obligations to observe and practice my religion which I have been devoted to for the last 10 years no accommodations were made and my hours have been cut to average 10 hrs a week . Is this legal I thought... View More
It is a non profit that goes into nursing homes and they Said the nursing homes won't allow me. However I cannot find anything supporting that I would be refused access. I went and did a workong interview and after sent an offer letter contingent on background check and UA, however I wasnt... View More
About 2 months ago I was yelled at on the sales floor by a district manager. A customer witnessed and complained to a cashier how I was being treated. I submitted an HR ticket about the incident. No response from HR with witness statement, district manager stops talking to me. I submit a 2nd HR... View More
The issue is whether he is a Qualified Person with a Disability- able to perform the essential functions of his job. These facts certainly sound like the employer has violated the Federal ADA and possibly CO state laws too. He is entitled to a reasonable accommodation for a physical disability and...View More
I was hired by a company as an intern. I was then granted access to a percentage of my clients. At the start of 2022. My employer sent us a work agreement where he stated we had to agree to 40 hours in office + occasional nights and weekends. He then proceeded to pay us all year in 1099. Ive now... View More
If you were paid via 1099 and classified as an independent contractor, you should reach out to a Colorado employment attorney to discuss your situation in more detail. You may have been misclassified as an independent contractor when, in reality, you should have been classified as an employee...View More
We are scientists of equal caliber and the job would involve independent research activities at this Fortune 500 company. We could work in a number different departments for different supervisors in different labs. During an initial interview my partner was told he was highly qualified and... View More
The illness that required it was my mothers and it was sudden i gave as much notice as i could. I have been told by my supervisor i can do overtime in my main area but am forbidden from doing it elsewhere indefinitely because of my use of leave
It sounds like your employer may be violating the Family Medical Leave Act. An employer cannot use your FMLA leave as a negative factor in making an employment decision that impacts your ability to earn income. More information is needed to analyze your situation. You should contact an employment...View More
I was just terminated due to violating company policies. Supervison stated I wasn’t following their company credit card policy procedures due to one transaction I had that was over $150,000 when another director(manager) was there during this transaction as well. The policies were never explained... View More
A lot more needs to be known regarding your situation in order to assess whether you have any legally actionable claims. I highly recommend you have a free consultation with an employment attorney so see whether you have been discriminated or retaliated against for any unlawful reasons.
I am currently 6.5 months pregnant, and have been granted an accommodation by my workplace to complete my work remotely for the duration of my pregnancy. In January, during my first trimester, I started to experience severe motion sickness that limited my ability to complete my 45 minute drive to... View More
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, people with disabilities (including pregnancy and related side effects) are permitted to request reasonable accommodations to enable them to perform their jobs while honoring their restrictions. However, the accommodation must be reasonable, and...View More
The first week of training I was blamed for not working the tech platform up to their standards. The tech Platform was new and kinks were being worked out. I was blamed for their troubles/kinks on the platform. They made excuses and said beside I showed no interest in the position in training.... View More
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I hope your son is okay. In terms of your question, no one could answer that based on these facts alone. One would need more information in terms of why the bike couldn't stop, among other issues....View More
The day my dog died I had taken him to the vet in the morning for a follow up check up I called into work to let them know I was going to come in late and I was going to make him stable comfortable and I will come in to work to finish my shift, I got fired that day and their excuse was lack of... View More
Your question does not provide enough detail to analyze whether this would violate the law. If you are an otherwise qualified individual who was not offered the position because of your disability, then you may have a claim under the Americans with Disabilities Act. However, you would not be...View More
other employees. We were told he only recorded us to listen in sales meeting to our conversations with clients & prospects. I am in shock & humiliated & frustrated. I need to know my rights in Colorado on gender discrimination in the workplace & wire tapping laws.
You may have a retaliation claim based on your complaint of sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In order to establish this claim, you'll need to prove (1) you complained of sex discrimination, (2) your employer took an adverse action against you, and (3) there...View More
I work as a dispatcher and am employed with the company. My dispatch team and I are consistently being harassed by independent contractors that are in contract with the Head quarters of the company. All we do is send orders to the next available driver. We receive about 50 messages a shift... View More
My mother is 42 years old and had an interview at Qdoba Mexican Grill in Colorado Springs, CO. They told her she was too old for the job and sent her home. It is my understanding that this is not legal, is this true?
It is unlawful for a business to discriminate against applicants over the age of forty on the basis of the applicant's age. An employer may be liable to an applicant refused a job on the basis of age if the employer employs more than the minimum threshold under federal and state law. Your...View More
You will have to sue the whoever gave your cat away and the person they gave it to but there are a lot of details that will affect whether you will be successful. I'd suggest you schedule a consultation.
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