Unlikely. From your question, it sounds like you were still in the interview stage. You offered - they didn't ask - a reason why you couldn't work the hours they wanted you to work. Their reason for not hiring you may be entirely due to your unavailability for the hours they need you,...Read more »
It's probably not entirely helpful to send you to read a statute, but there is a pretty helpful website from the State of Michigan that discusses the boundaries of the Youth Employment Standards Act (YESA). It doesn't appear as though a minor 16 years or older requires a parent's...Read more »
She told our Manager and asked her not to tell us because the employee said she’d tell us. When she told me over the phone, after working together for the whole week, it was 8 days notice. I feel since our employee handbook states 2 weeks required to get paid out PTO, I’m being just. She’s... Read more »
I recently found out that an employee who works in a health center (located within a high school) currently has a student living in their home. There is not blood relation to the student and no legal documentation indicating the employee has guardianship or can care for the student. The student is... Read more »
My first question is what does this have to do with you? If you are not the employee in question, or that person's employer, or this now adult, I'm not seeing a question. It's possible the employee has (had) a power of attorney signed by the student's parents. Of course now that...Read more »
Note that I'm not a Michigan lawyer, and I can't tell you about specific Michigan requirements, such as whether you need to buy workers' compensation insurance or pay into the unemployment compensation program if you have just one employee. (My guess is that the answer to both is...Read more »
Hi. I have been working remotely for over 2 years and found it helps with some of my ada disabilities (asthma, adhd, and anxiety) which allows me to preform my job better. When they stated we will have to go back into the office; I identified these disabilities to my employer and make a verbal... Read more »
That is a tough answer to pin-point without a more exact question.
Michigan defaults to the FLSA, and the section 3(m) changes promulgated in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018 (CAA). This regulation was finalized fairly recently, while I can't know exactly what you're...Read more »
I signed up for direct deposit when I first started but it didn't work. Now I no longer have access to their online HR system so I cannot sign up for their paycard, either. They don't issue paper checks and don't accept paper forms or phone calls regarding payroll issues. What can I... Read more »
I reported harassment by a colleague last fall. Colleague received a scolding. We continue working in same building with little to no contact. Now my supervisor is requiring a sit down meeting with said colleague.
I would think about this pragmatically. If you refuse, will you lose your job? Maybe. Would that be lawful? Maybe not. It might depend on the type of harassment and degree. It might depend on your employer's role in the matter.
You'll need to call a few attorneys and discuss the...Read more »
My fiance went to work for a place and did the interveiw. It went good and they wanted to do oriantation but needed her to get the covid vaccine. While she was in the process of getting the vacine the hr lady that was hiring her got fired. Since then weve been trying to contact them for a week. I... Read more »
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