I am having severe back pain and some other issues I have written out paperwork of my doctor approving this leave. The woman that I am working with as my case manager is telling me that is not good enough I am going to physical therapy twice a week for it.
One day at work Ive become very stressed, running up and down a flight of stairs every few minutes, and when I came back to my female coworker to help her finish our tasks for the day, and I suddenly got an erection. It was noticeable but I tried to make it not so obvious and even apologized to her... Read more »
We work for Customer Service that works for a larger corporation. I was provided overtime by the company that hired me, however, the company we provide Customer Service for directed my company to revoke my overtime because I am unreliable due to having FMLA and they can't take the chance that... Read more »
Your situation would require consultation with an experienced employee-side employment law attorney. Very generally, you are not entitled to overtime, and so your company not giving you more overtime may not mean much.
I (a woman) was fired from a short-term position with an organization due to “merging departments” and my replacement (a man) was hired at a higher pay rate than me (by $800/month) despite having the same responsibilities and less experience than I had when I held the position. Do I have a case... Read more »
Generally, yes. An employer is allowed to discipline employees for misconduct in the workplace. If your employer has a disciplinary policy spelled out in an employee handbook or other written document, the employer would need to follow the written policy. Assuming your employer did follow its...Read more »
I have no felonies on my record that the public can see. That means it won’t come up on a background check whatsoever. But I received a call and the persOn conducting the report asked me about something that happened back in 2015 which was literally dismissed by my judge and i was removed from... Read more »
Employers, generally, can hire or fire people for almost any reason except for reason of protected status (e.g. race, gender, religion). We live in an age where people are fired, and then not hired, for tweets.
But here's where you stand now: 1) a final decision hasn't been made,...Read more »
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