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0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Tax Law for New York on
Q: tax and employment dilemma

I was hired as a part-time independent contractor for a school district in Aug 2018, with renewal each school year through Jun 2022. I also had another part-time job. I filed for unemployment during the pandemic in March 2020 because both jobs' hours were significantly reduced. I was... Read more »

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Q: I wrongfully terminated from my job at sheetz Thursday for the f word to another employee and she said it to me i

In the office I feel like I should’ve been wrote up or suspended but to lose my job when I I’ve heard employees say it on the sales floor that only got written up

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Pennsylvania on
Q: Ok I was terminated from my job at sheetz for saying the F word in the office

But this girl that’s an assistant manager was screaming at me also swearing I admitted to saying it and I was terminated and she wasn’t I have been at my job for 6 years and never been in trouble there

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Massachusetts on
Q: I was considered 2 minutes late to work. my job said they gave my shift away and I could home is this legal.

I was scheduled 10 hour shift after driving 23 min to work. When I was told to go home

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Q: Under limited contract can employer provide me extra benefits inbetween apart of on which I signed the contract

Under limited contract can employer provide me extra benefits inbetween apart of on which I signed the contract.Or do I have to wait till the contract ends

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Nevada on
Q: I have a question about my recent notification about my position

I was contacted by my DM and HR representative on a three way call letting me know that my current position is being eliminated in 500 locations and gave me two options either take a pay cut and demotion or a severance package, and there was no warning, I am wondering if someone could read over the... Read more »

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Q: Who pays for a pre employment physical and background check if it's required before employment In California?

They are saying that I have to pay for it ..because it's something I can take with me with they say.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Missouri on
Q: Can I demand my last check at time of termination?
0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Missouri on
Q: I was just fired. Can I demand a check before I leave.

I was told that I can call a union representative, and they may fight for me (highly unlikely). I just got hired on permanently and joined the union last week.

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Missouri on
Q: Can I demand my last check at time of termination?
Ronald J. Eisenberg
Ronald J. Eisenberg
answered on Jan 27, 2023

You may demand it. Missouri Revised Statutes Section 290.110 provides the procedure for formally demanding it and the potential liability of the employer who failse to comply.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for New Jersey on
Q: My new employer requires me to sign a waiver saying they can use my name, image, and likeness worldwide without $.

I work for an auto parts store. We were just recently bought out by a national company. They gave me a job contingent on me signing away my name, image and likeness to be used however they choose without compensation. I don't feel comfortable signing it but it will cost me my job. Is that legal?

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Q: My employer is withdrawing elected HSA funds from my check but has not funded HSA account. This about a month so far

Benefits person keeps giving me excuses they are having issues with company they chose. Called HSA company, they blame employer. No one can answer where the money being withdrawn is going

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Arizona on
Q: Am I owed pending payment commissions since the work I do is done by only me but the customer has not yet paid.

I work at a closet company and build various designs. I get paid commission on each job. I've recently been terminated and told I am not owed the pending commission percentages on several jobs totalling about $1800. On all of these jobs I have completed them to atleast 95%. In this field it is... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Texas on
Q: My empoyer tried to bully me into signing a digital signature waiver, which I refused. Bullying continues. I am sick,

The stress has activated my auto-immune, aggravated my PTSD, and due to my broken pituitary, it is hard to recover with the continuing bullying. I need help. They take offense to my bluntness, which I have repeately aplogized for and explained is part of my Autism.

I need to know if there... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Idaho on
Q: If the NLRB can help with a termination, should I choose them or an attorney or both?

I was recently terminated and believe it was because I discussed pay with a coworker. This violates the NLRA. The NLRB can look in to it, but only offers reinstatement and backpay. I do not know if I should contact an attorney instead, or if I can/should go through both avenues simultaneously.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Florida on
Q: Hi, I had an employer in Texas accept my resignation and they gave me a 10 week severance plan. They took it away 2weeks

After promising it. Leaving 10000$ not paid to my family. After someone within the company finally pursuance’s them to give it to us (months later) they did. Do I have any footing to possibly lawyer up? I didn’t fight it or ask for any money but I just got my taxes from last year and my mind is... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for New York on
Q: Does NYS Labor Law 196-B (Paid Sick Leave) apply to local government employee union collective bargaining agreements?

The NYS Paid Sick Leave Law says it does NOT apply to federal, state, and local government employees. However, the law also states labor union collective bargaining agreements entered after September 2020 have to "meet or exceed" the sick leave law and Section 196-B has to be addressed in... Read more »

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