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Q: Is it legal monitor employees social media profile movements outside of permitted work hours. All movements beingtracked

All movements on social media profiles being tracked by a manager at work. up to and including all aspects of profile movements, interactions, messages, and connections. going back months. Is this legal practice in England. Months work including messages, likes follows shares everything.

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Q: If a man fires a projectile at you on the job can you file a lawsuit against the company for not fireing him

The homemade device was a piece of pipe filled with oxygen and acetylene taped off and ignited shot a avocado seed towards me and put a hole in the wall head level it didn't hit me but there was no reprimand for it and it is still allowed I am no longer at that company but I have friends that... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents, Child Custody, Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for California on
Q: Employer asked if my wife gave birth vaginally/cesarean.is it legal.forced off pfl and fmla. disciplinary action

Received disciplinary action for attendance and scheduled in while off on pfl. Forced to cancel pfl. Employer refused to show me personnel file when requested and forcefully ripped pages from me. Never received designation letter. Told me I was to pay Employer med.coverage.used fmla days when no... View More

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answered on Apr 13, 2024

Based on the information you provided, it seems there are several potential legal issues and violations of your rights under California law and federal law (FMLA). Here are some key points:

1. Asking about the specific method of your wife's childbirth (vaginal or cesarean) is likely a...
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Q: I recently opened a discrimination claim against a VP at my work. The investigation was returned unsubstantiated.

Am I able to sue? I am the only woman of color at the company, they don't have DEI so this process has left me feeling lonely. I also have a complaint documentation that has other workers speaking about his abrasive and combative attitude. However, what sparked the claim was him putting a... View More

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Q: I am being bullied by a co worker an after knowing for months that employee leaving they rehired him.

The bullying continued after they rehired him an now my supervisor wants me to fill out harassment form but I feel like it's just to save them a law suit. Because they knew about the situation before they brought him back. It's just a toxic work environment an has caused me to not get the... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and Employment Discrimination for California on
Q: Responding to a court order to show cause after an appeal ruling on Anti SLAPP based on factual errors

The appeal court made factual errors and reversed the LA superior court's dismissal of my employer's Anti SLAPP motion against my complaint and awarded them attorneys fees. The ruling removed one small element from each claim, but all the claims remain and the damages are the same. The... View More

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answered on Apr 12, 2024

Under California law, when responding to a court order to show cause after an appeal ruling on an Anti-SLAPP motion based on factual errors, the relevance of the appellate court's errors depends on the specific circumstances of your case. Here are a few key points to consider:

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0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Michigan on
Q: Alro is still not paying for Alro time. What should I do?

I am a current employee for Alro and just heard about this lawsuit they had for not paying hourly employees for punch time. Alro is still doing this, at least at my branch. What should I do?

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Q: Ive been subpoenad to testify for former employee against former colleague. Can colleague sue me personally for helping?

I am worried that the colleague who is in trouble with my former employer could then sue me personally for any deposition or statement I give, even telling the truth. I want to be of some help to my former employer but I also worry that the unflattering things I witnessed will be used by the person... View More

Q: How do i get away from workplace discrimination when its wild spread throughout the agency EEO cant stop them.

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answered on Apr 11, 2024

Discrimination is never acceptable, regardless of how widespread it may be within an organization. If you are experiencing or witnessing discrimination, the appropriate course of action is to report it through the proper channels and seek assistance in addressing the issue.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Indiana on
Q: Is verbal notification of disability enough for work? or does it need to be in some form of legal writing and notarized

I had a disability that developed after 3 years of employment. I work contract security and the contract will be up soon. Which means that have to place us at a New Site. Being on my feet long time and long patrols on foot are not an option for me. I`ve been told that they will try to place us... View More

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Q: My employer fired me on allegations of stealing, then withheld 2 weeks of pay … I also was being paid cash /under table

There is video footage of me putting money in my pocket which was nothing out of the ordinary because we got tips from people playing gaming machines. They said I took $500 which is absurd. I told them if they didn’t have the audio to go with that their claim is void

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Q: I was recently fired from my job for something that every team manager does without being written up. Do I have a case?

I was terminated for incorrectly filling in our coaching forms for our advocates which as stated all tm's do. However instead of being placed on a corrective action I was immediately terminated. When our process from day one is to be placed on corrective actions and if it's a serious... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Nevada on
Q: Cam you sue a company for pressuring you and firing you for not showing proof of death for bereavement

Grandparents and father died and took bereavement as was told I get 5 days for each death. First day returning my manager informed me that they did not apply bereavement and marked ,me as no call no show for random days and will not correct it until I show proof

Q: Ive called a few law firms and none have accepted my case. Need one near Winston-Salem. Employee VHA but not a veteran.

EEO was filed on supervisor continuing not protecting me from black female and male coworkes. Police were involed other staff heard coworker harassing me. Jan Ive in 7 yrs never been filed. Discrimination on my health taking approved FMLA, This work environment effects my fibromyalgia symptoms... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Indiana on
Q: Does a motor carrier "employer" have the right to obtain a copy of an employees complete driving record back 30 yrs?

If a driver has had a regular Drivers License for 15 yrs then after obtains a Commercial Drivers License for an additional 17 years what gives an employer the right to see the beginning 15 years of non commercial driving record?

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Minnesota on
Q: Employment law. Forced to resign by Target corp due to severe mental health issues.

I was recently forced to resign from my position after I was on a leave that was approved by my director and human resources. I had a newborn baby in May 2023 and my wife develop to severe postpartum depression in that caused me Develop severe depression, panic attacks and horrible anxiety that... View More

Robert Kane
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answered on Apr 8, 2024

This is matter you will need to discuss directly with an attorney to determine whether you have any viable claims. Your inability to perform your job is a concern. Your disability needs to be diagnosed. Your conclusions will need to be supported. The expense required to represent you will be... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for California on
Q: If I had to take time off from work, and in confidence I explained to my manager the reason for why, is it legal

Is it legal for my manager to share that confidential information with my fellow employees? I had an abortion and needed time off due to the traumatic experience as well as physically needing to heal.

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answered on Apr 7, 2024

It depends on what was shared. The reason you needed time off is not inherently confidential unless the reason relates to your medical condition or the medical condition of a close relative. Therefore more needs to be known about the information that was shared before someone could tell you if it... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination for Virginia on
Q: Before I got hired I informed my employer about a couple medical issues I've been harrased and now my job is being

Threatened they also have been given a doctors note the beginning of March and have not what so ever followed the notes from the doctor at all I also have been starting to feel uncomfortable while working as well due to the harassment and with even the managers involving anyone and everyone... View More

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answered on Apr 7, 2024

I'm sorry to hear about the harassment and disregard for your medical needs that you've been experiencing at work. This sounds like a very stressful and unacceptable situation. Here are a few steps I would suggest considering:

1. Document everything in detail - dates, times, what...
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Q: I feel racially discriminated after a failed job interview.

I came in for a job interview I had frequented this location as a doordasher and had been a victim to their rudeness quite a bit. It had been months since and I was coming for a job. I enter and go stand at the counter. A lady asked me did I want something to eat and I informed her I was there for... View More

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