He said I didn’t go back and that they were training so doesn’t have to pay me. Made me feel so dumb the 2nd day that the 3rd i didn’t feel confident enough to go back is there anything I can do to get paid my two days I workd ….I now it’s not much but I workd so hard those two days …. ??
I was under contract as photographer the contract stipulated that if the the employee wishes to break the contract she will need 30 days notice and all outstanding jobs are to be completed they are all finished by the way. She sent me a text on April 25th, stating that quote (my contract will be... Read more »
My daughter has been performing a job at a local supermarket for $18 per hr.. The persons job she's been doing went out on worker's comp & plans on coming back in August if & when healed. It's a union job for the person that was hurt on the job. When the person that was... Read more »
3 individuals brought an airsoft gun onto campus and proceeded to shoot at students and myself with it. The gun "jammed" from what the individuals stated however, there is no way to be certain if there were more than just one gun in the vehicle. Our director of security called for local... Read more »
I work at a small restaurant. I have been working there for 8 months. Last month my boss has been very flirty with me and started touching my body . Started with a hand on the back saying I’m doing a good job then escalated from there such as him grabbing my waist or rubbing his hands down my... Read more »
More information is needed to answer this question. However, if you signed an agreement or contract as a reserve deputy, this is the first place you should turn regarding whether you are permitted to pursue other employment.
The offer letter contains mine and the employer's signature, the agreed upon salary, and my start date. The director called me and said the person I was replacing changed her mind and wanted her job back. They gave it to her since she was a good and long standing employee. If my current... Read more »
While a review of the document you signed would be necessary to answer this question, job offer letters are usually not considered enforceable contracts. As a result, an employer can rescind a job offer for any reason, even if the employee has already signed an offer letter.
I work as a teacher in a high school. A coworker made a verbal threat against me to another coworker. I filed a complaint (which was never corroborated) and the solution was that I did not have to attend our "team" meetings. By doing this, the principal isolated me from the team as the AP... Read more »
Sexual harassment case (I was the complainant) in the settlement I agreed to never work there again. He resigned and the company has since been bought out 3 times over. There is an opening that I want to apply for, but I’m not sure I will be able to be re-hired
I have worked at Company A for 7 years and at company B for 5 years. Both part time. Company B's parent co purchased Company A. Although they are operating as separate companies with separate wages and pay, my hours at company A currently on hold until they legally decide if I can now work at... Read more »
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