I was fired from a place, wrongfully after being treated poorly and they gave the excuse of time theft, and have messages from my manager saying I still had tips at the store and I went back to get them but apparently I'm not allowed to enter the store anymore. I was never notified of this and... View More
My job offers holiday pay under the condition that you work a full shift the day before and after the holiday in question. I went in under the weather and was sent home while being informed i would not get paid... I didn't ask to be sent home however.
I had a scheduled day off from work at United Parcel Service for doctor appointments at my local VA outpatient clinic. When I walked over to the common/waiting area a supervisor said " hey aren't you supposed to be at work?" I responded "hey what's up" and sat down.... View More
It is likely that her contract with her company contains non-compete and non-solicitation clauses that would prohibit her from sniping clients from them. There is likely a liquidated damages clause in the contract that the company would use to prevent her from working for you directly.
It depends on the terms of the caregiver's employment contract and the laws of Ohio. If the caregiver's employment contract contains a non-compete clause, the caregiver company may be able to sue the caregiver if they breach that clause by going to work for a competitor. However, there is...View More
I do realize that I have proof of it. Also, I have been seeing a therapist, and it has come to light that many of my anxiety issues are related to this abuse. I was not the only paralegal he abused either.
The statute of limitations in Ohio for sexual harassment that occurred before April of 2021 is six years, so you can still pursue a claim. The statute of limitations under federal law (Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act) is 300 days.
the company privately for an undisclosed price and now wants to "make me whole" by making 20 payments of $500 or $10,000 total to compensate for my 10%. That would mean the company is being valued at $100,000--equal to the salary of a current employee.
Your rights as a minority 10% owner are determined by the LLC's Operating Agreement and any buy-sell or other agreements. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local business law attorney to review those agreements and advise you of your options.
My husband’s employer told us if we paid for our own insurance health insurance they would give us a refund check for the amount each month so we paid for two months in advance because the insurance company told us to the employer gave us a refund check, but they taxed it. We already paid taxes... View More
Taxation on insurance refunds can vary depending on the specific circumstances and applicable tax laws. It's advisable to consult with a tax professional or accountant to review the details of your situation and determine whether the taxation of the refund check is in compliance with relevant...View More
In Ohio, whether 3rd shift differential pay should be included with vacation pay can depend on company policies and employment agreements. It's recommended to review your employment contract, company handbook, or any relevant documents that outline the terms of your compensation and benefits....View More
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. At this point, one option is to try to arrange a free initial consult with an attorney to review your file in detail. Good luck
Hi, I am currently working 6 months in my company and no plans to leave. I am an immigrant, they sponsored me to be here. Now they are asking me to sign a contract that binds me to work for them for 3 years or pay a huge amount of money. They said they sent it to me last 2022 but I have proof they... View More
It's important to consult an attorney for personalized advice. You may have the right to negotiate the terms of the contract or seek legal advice to better understand your options and potential consequences before signing.
In Ohio, tips are generally considered the property of the employee who receives them. The employer is not allowed to keep employees' tips unless there is a valid tip pooling arrangement in place, where tips are shared among employees based on a predetermined agreement.
In Ohio, employers are generally required to pay employees for all hours worked. If an employee forgets to clock in, it is the employer's responsibility to ensure accurate record-keeping of hours worked. Docking an employee's pay or imposing a fine for failing to clock in could...View More
Im a desiel mechanic and my company took away overtime after 40 hours sometime last year. Now we must work 55 hours before overtime. They are now requiring that we work 6 days out of the week. Is this legal even though I'm not making overtime until I reach 55 hours?
In general, employers have the right to request reasonable documentation or evidence for absences or situations that affect your ability to work. However, the specific requirements may vary depending on company policies and state laws.
As for whether it's legal for your boss to ask for...View More
Your medical condition could constitute a physical disability for which you are entitled to a reasonable accommodation. HOWEVER- the employer does not have to accommodate the condition if you remain a danger to yourself or others, with or without the accommodation. Blind people cannot be...View More
Retaliation in the workplace generally refers to adverse actions taken by an employer in response to an employee engaging in protected activity, such as filing a complaint or participating in a union-related activity. If you believe that your supervisor canceled your overtime specifically because...View More
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