I’m a government contractor and have been with my job for almost two years. I get paid hourly, and accrue a certain amount of sick time with every hour that I work. My sick time gets deposited and becomes available to me every two weeks when I get paid.
Our building is secure and we do... Read more »
Is this legal and what can I do cause the EEOC I can't even get an appointment with
answered on Mar 19, 2023
Go to the EEOC online portal and file a complaint with them online. You will never get through any other way.
I read that KY law states accrued vacation days are considered earnings and all earnings are to be paid within 14 days of termination. Am I wrong?
Trying to get a federal job wondering if this would go against me they asked if I had anything on my record dealing with EPO’s if she dropped it in court and the judge dismissed it. Is it on my record for them to see
Just trying to get a government job. Wanted to know if this would keep me from getting it
My husband was exposed to 4 members of his family that had positive COVID tests; he called off work to get tested. We ended up having to do a home test due to our Medicaid lapsing; since his test was negative his job is trying to fire him for it. I'd also like to point out we live my... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2023
You can but it’s probably a loser. Kentucky is an employment at will state which means you can be terminated for any reason or no reason at all. If it was a commercial test rather than a home test, it would have made your case much stronger.
I was terminated "following attendance policy" supposedly, I dispute & ask for copies of my employee records & specified what I wanted. Any PTO(personal time off) used, EPTO (emergency), occurrences, & write ups with the signed copy. All with dates/times & any other... Read more »
Is this legal?
I am working on a government contract in Kentucky. I work on the computer to perform my work and they use a time keeping system that requires us to clock in and out daily, as well as clock in and out for our two 15 minute breaks and 30 minute lunch. At the end of the night when we clock out we have... Read more »
answered on Jan 18, 2023
You should contact a Kentucky employment attorney to discuss your situation in further detail, because whether off-the-clock work is compensable is a very fact-specific analysis. In addition, federal law generally requires breaks of 20 minutes or less to be paid. If you are required to clock in and... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2023
Yes. There is a 15 year statute of limitations on a judgment collection if it has not been renewed.
the supervisor claimed he received a notice (he cannot produce said claimed notice), from the city telling him the car had to be towed from the hotel parking lot bec. it had a lot of stuff in the car.
in the meantime, said employee is lying in the hospital from a severe stroke, (August,... Read more »
answered on Jan 4, 2023
Theoretically, yes, but you could easily spend more money than it might be worth, depending of the $ of damages involved.
I wasn't offered EAP which is written Corporate Policy. When I went into work that evening, the Maint Supv asked "what are you doing here? He then told me had received an E-mail over the weekend announcing to those with access who are given a Marzetti E-mail account (leads, supervisors,... Read more »
answered on Nov 24, 2022
Unfortunately, the facts as you set them out above do not have the requisite elements for an employment discrimination claim or a libel and slander claim.
My employer said they were going to suspend me without pay for 4 days bc I was a no call no show 3 times. I appealed and provided documentation that I had doctors excuse & called in (records from AT&T) On 2 of the dates. Now they have sent me info saying I was a no call no show on another... Read more »
answered on Nov 11, 2022
No. Should not be able to add incidents, especially where original incidents are proven unfounded. File a complaint with the Labor Board.
Decieved me with what they called" religious exemption" but in fact exempted me from accessing my benefits and earning wages health insurance etc. Drug was emergency use authorization only and was clearly and ineffective for stated purpose i claimed it wasn't legal from the... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2022
Depending on additional facts that need to be developed, you may possibly have a claim for damages for all or part of your loss.
As a nurse in KY, I have accepted a new job.my current employer is threatening to "hold" me in my current job for 90 days to prevent me from leaving/accepting the new job. Is this legal?
answered on Oct 26, 2022
While your employer can't force you to remain in your current role, there may be legal ramifications if you decide to leave early. For example, if you signed a contract stating you'd remain in the role for a certain amount of time and then leave before that time is up, your employer may... Read more »
I received a copy of my background check I had done in order to start my new job. On the report, it shows that I have a warrant for my arrest due to 4 years ago being fired from a store due to scanning coupons, the way I was taught, but they apparently think I was scheming with those customers to... Read more »
answered on Oct 12, 2022
This happens from time to time. People have old warrants in the system. You need to hire an experienced attorney to take care of this as soon as possible.
New GM showed me a bag with sexual toys and said I could have them and started playing with them, then brought some to work to give me, and gave me alcohol and led to other things. Is this sexual harassment? Also the new AGM gave me quite a few long hugs
answered on Sep 28, 2022
Certainly could be, yes. You should contact a civil rights attorney near your to review the case.
I have a medical condition that causes me to have very frequent bathroom breaks my HR department wanted my doctor's office to fill out an ADA form but now that they have the form my employer wants me to clock in and out for bathroom breaks when no one else has to what can i do about this?
answered on Sep 28, 2022
You should contact a Kentucky employment attorney to discuss your situation in greater detail. Generally, break periods of 20 minutes or less constitute paid time. In addition, if you are being treated differently than other employees based on your disability and accommodation request, this can... Read more »
Suppose I have an employment contract that says I have to give 30 days notice before resigning. Could my employer really force me to work against my will for 30 days? Could I be sued for not fulfilling the 30 day notice requirement?
answered on Sep 16, 2022
Theoretically, yes, although that is generally not how it happens. Once you give notice, they will generally ask you to leave shortly after that. The notice period rarely ever comes into play.
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