The employment law attorneys here would have the best insight into this, but your question remains open for two weeks. However, as a general contract law matter, it isn't unusual for companies to impose a margin on what they pay employees or contractors - this is a basic business model. It...Read more »
In an at-will state like New York, you can be terminated for any reason or no reason. Announcing your pregnancy does not prohibit your employer for terminating your employment due to performance. However, if you are terminated and believe that your pregnancy played a factor in the decision to...Read more »
Back in 2018, I had an accident in my country, so I have a back problem and the day I did interview with my employer, I already explain to them that I am in a session of treatment actually. They accepted to hire me which was a months ago, and today, they just fired me because I did not work... Read more »
I'm sorry you were fired. This is something that the employment law attorneys here would have better insight into than personal injury attorneys. There's no guarantee that all posts on this Q & A board are picked up, but if you reposted and added Employment Law as a category, you...Read more »
I received a demand letter, I left the job due to hostile environment. I had to contact the labor department to collect my last wages. Now the demand letter wants repayment for half of the bonus’s I was paid. The offer letter has no clawback or mention of any repayment. I don’t mind paying if... Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks. This is something an employment law attorney would probably have the best insight into. There's no guarantee all posts are ultimately picked up here, but you could repost and add Employment Law as a category. Good luck
i was given an impromptu meeting in regards to a allegation of creating a hostile work environment...after i was suspended for five days without pay....the meeting brought forth no evidence of the allegation as no witnesses were called and more importantly my private medical issue with there very... Read more »
You should contact an experienced employment/labor attorney to go over the details of your case. From the small amount available in this public forum, it certainty sounds like you have reason to be concerned.
My friend made a harmless video of her dancing with a dog at work (she works at a doggy daycare). she was then fired for the video four days later after posting it she also recently worked a full shift then after they told her to delete the video and she was fired Right after.
I'm sorry your question remains open for four weeks. The attorneys in the Employment Law category would have the best insight into hiring, firing, and other job-related issues. Your question must have gone unnoticed in this category. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up; some...Read more »
I work for a state government office. One day, my subordinate began loudly uttering (using profanity), derogatory remarks about another worker whom has a slight mental disability. He was threatening to "tell him off" if approached by the other employee, and was making negative comments... Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for two weeks. You could repost under the "Employment Law" and "Employment Discrimination" categories instead of "Uncategorized." There's no guarantee that every question here is answered. Some questions do go unanswered....Read more »
This is not really a medical malpractice matter; it is something that an employment law attorney would probably have the strongest insight into. You could repost under the Employment Law category. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up, but there would probably be better chances of a...Read more »
Carefully review your employee handbook and/or all of your employer's policies. Although those policies, rules or guidelines usually do not form contracts most intelligent employer's will follow them. The reason for doing so is that employers will refer to those policies and use them in...Read more »
An offer letter is different from an employment contract. Most offers are "at will." The employee can leave or employer can ask the employee to leave. No reason is needed for either employee to quit or employer to end the "at will" relationship.
NY employee started with Mass employer on 10/1/18 (first day of Mass MNAA). On 10/3/18 employee signed a "Non-Solicitation Agreement" on third day of employment without any advanced notice of the agreement in the offer letter. For 18-mo employee cannot "render any management-related... Read more »
"Employee wants to take clients they brought into the company" is a red flag. If employee had been acquainted with or done business with a client before accepting employment with a company that might be ok? But the "ok" depends on what the employee did prior to accepting...Read more »
This is only one possible lawsuit worthy instant there are many other things such as not being paid on time.Sometimes not getting paid for time that was put in and there was also a promise for health care in my contract that wasn't fulfilled as of yet. The place I work at cost 1.5 billion... Read more »
This is something that the employment law and workers' comp attorneys here would know best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In general, employees injured in the course of their employment usually go through workers' comp insurance for their medical expenses and lost wages....Read more »
It is unlawful to discriminate against an employee based on their religion under both federal, NY and NJ discrimination law. You should consult with an employment attorney to discuss your matter further and get advice on how to address this.
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