I have an employee on a 6 man deck crew. He got hurt outside of work, not at work so it is not comp 3 days after his 90 day probation period was up. He sent me a copy of his Dr.s note showing he has a fracture in his hand so we put him on light duty work. I even have a text from him saying this was... View More
I was in car accident the taxi service they provided through their maintenance staff in snow storm, disconnected my phone off after..Requested myself and others to deep clean home each shift and send pictures knowing I was hurting would leave me on shift after doctor had me on 8 hour work... View More
We (security) have been told we're not allowed to use certain employee break rooms. We are only allowed to use the most crowded or far away break rooms. Considering that travel to and from the break areas is deducted from our break, we can end up spending half our break or more trying to get... View More
In California, employers are required to provide employees with adequate break times and facilities. The specifics of where breaks can be taken may be subject to company policy, but these policies must not be unreasonable or discriminatory.
If your supervisors and department managers are...View More
Employer is combining "sign-on withrelocation bonus" and stated that if employee leaves within 12 months 100% of dollars are due back to employer----and, if employee leaves company within 24 months, 50 % of amount are due back to employer.
Questions: (1) this is a Nevada-based... View More
I work at Walgreens and our policy regarding breaks/lunches states they are not to be combined. I am forced to regardless a d sent an email to my DM. He said he would be in the store and straighten this out. Right after this my hours are being slashed at the peak of Christmas season. Is this... View More
My employer company A laid off some of the employees including me and I have 60 day notification period in which I am getting paid. I have another offer to start for company B before the end of the notification period. Is it required for me to notify my employer A before I start with company B.... View More
During the 60-day WARN notification period, you can explore and accept employment with another company, such as company B, without the requirement to notify your current employer, company A. However, it is essential to ensure that you fulfill your obligations and responsibilities to company A...View More
i have an ADA and requested an accommodation at work in regard to it. the accommodation is to be moved to a certain position that would allow to me to do my job better and i submitted paperwork filled out by my mental health provider to the HR department for this. they are now saying that there are... View More
In Feb of 2016 i had a lawyer for some driving charges and then my son who was involved in a child in need of assistance proceeding had the same lawyer appointed to represent and act as his guardian ad litem for him in November of 2016. Then the same attorney sat on the bench of a juvenal court... View More
In California, state employment laws generally apply to public employees regardless of the size of the district or city. This means that even small towns with a limited number of employees, like your district with only five employees, are typically subject to the same state regulations as larger...View More
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