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Q: I do Not understand how they can convict some one when the companys own witnesses testify of no crime being committed. H

There was no crime committed at all. The testimony of their corprate investigators. How can you be convicted of a crime that was never committed?

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Ohio on
Q: Can an employer require the use of accrued personnel time off to complete a 40 hr work week when work is not available

When I do not have 40 billable hours in a week I am required to use PTO which is a combination of vacation hours, sick time and accrued hours from previous years. I have no control of billable assignments and regularly have assignments moved to other employees cutting my time.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for New Mexico on
Q: Looking for an attorney to file a appeal before 7-7-2022 employment law employer Taos hosp. wrongful termination

this is in the workforce unemployment division now to appeal. However I will continue law suit for defamation, wrongful termination. back pay etc.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Michigan on
Q: Can an employer tell their employees to not be a reference for another employee?

My employer has told me that she doesn't want me to be a reference for an employee that is currently working out their two week notice. Is that something she can legally request?

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Construction Law and Employment Discrimination for California on
Q: Covid Vaccine Mandate - Booster

I was recently hired at a Construction Firm and provide covid vaccine card. Today I recieved an email from HR stating that i do not have the booster. There is nothing on the employee hand book nor nothing in the interview stating that the employment requirement that mandates covid vaccine for... Read more »

Neil Pedersen
Neil Pedersen
answered on Jun 29, 2022

You get the booster. If you refuse to do what your employer wants, you get fired. It is that simple. Sorry.

Good luck to you.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination for Georgia on
Q: What is the deadline for filling a possible eeoc violation?

Just need to know - What is the deadline for filling a possible eeoc violation?

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Kentucky on
Q: I wasn’t paid bc my employer when I had covid19
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Jun 27, 2022

What is your question?

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination for California on
Q: Can a CNA program in CA require that you work for them for a year after licensure?

Went to apply and they said they would pay the tuition if I committed to 30hr/week for a year. I said I just wanted to pay the tuition and take the program to skip the working commitment since I already have a good job. They said they don’t accept applications without the working commitment. Is... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Texas on
Q: I was denied a job, was told it was due to lack of experience. (I just graduated welding school)

I have 2 years experience. Total including school.

A fellow employee, that just started (also female)

Was told the exact same thing. He gave us painting jobs instead, and told us both, that this would help us get our foot in, and we would get first dibs on welding positions... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for North Carolina on
Q: Is it legal for an employer to retaliate after finding out about an employee looking for another job?

I have worked with a company for over 10 years. Recently, I have had some health issues, in which my physician said I should find a "less stressful job". At which point I started searching for a more suitable replacement. Since then, the General Manager found out, and has singled me out,... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination, Employment Law and Workers' Compensation for Texas on
Q: Is it legal for my employer to fire me over not being able to work because of an injury that happened at said employer?

I work at a dog daycare and when I put up one of they dogs it bit me really bad, I was taken to a care facility and went to hospitals and also hand specialist. One of my doctors signed off cleared to work but with restrictions. I showed my boss and they said they wouldn’t schedule me till I was... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Colorado on
Q: Are there laws against a workplace from intentionally referring to transgender employees by their deadname in Colorado?

It was brought up to me by a coworker of mine that at an all-staff meeting, despite everyone knowing my chosen and deadname, they've refused to change my nametag to reflect my chosen name. I was wondering if they're legally allowed to call me by a name I despise, and further if I were to... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for California on
Q: Can i file a lawsuit against my employer for not giving me any kind of lenience with being autistic?

So basically I work in retail and I'm autistic. I am being fired because I got upset that my manager was giving my mixed signals constantly on what i should do instead of telling me outright what i should do. which is something i have a lot of trouble with because i am autistic. she also has... Read more »

Neil Pedersen
Neil Pedersen
answered on Jun 23, 2022

When you have a disabling condition that makes it such that you cannot perform the essential functions of your job without some kind of reasonable accommodation, you need to place the employer on notice of your restrictions and provide suggested ways you could be accommodated so that you can... Read more »

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0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination for Arizona on
Q: Can I be fired for not attending a mandatory sermon?

This year I was forced to attend a sermon at work. I was wondering if they would be able to punish me for exercising my protected right to practice no religion.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Alabama on
Q: Do I have a case against former employer based off Alabama code Section 13A-11-90?

This employer notified me via text that I had violated their handbook policy on weapons after a former coworker assaulted me and gave false statement that I went to retrieve a weapon from my vehicle as a Shift Lead Supervisor for Allied Universal Security. I have a witness who was also a Shift Lead... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Employment Discrimination and Sexual Harassment for California on
Q: I'm straight. Can I sue my employer for sexual harassment by forcing me to read emails praising the LGBTQ community?

This infringes on my moral and religious beliefs and makes it impossible to feel loyalty for my employer.

Neil Pedersen
Neil Pedersen
answered on Jun 22, 2022

Far more would need to be known to answer your question. For instance if monitoring or reading emails is part of your job and you are not being singled out as part of an attempt to win you over to their way of thinking, it may not be harassment based on sexual preference or identity. On the other... Read more »

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