I was wondering if education sector male employees having long hair is protected under Title IX. This is a private university that receives federal funding and a male staff member has been told by his supervisor to cut his hair to a length "appropriate" for men.
Code enforcer at that time. He lost his re election and now he is still a code enforcer. The communications committee chairman in my town who is a councilwoman is asking for the email addresses of the residents but he is hesitant to give it because there is a disclaimer upon sign up that the... Read more »
A particular music organization issued a vaccine mandate for all student musicians for their All State music festivals. They wanted to ensure a covid free environment but they don’t require vaccinated people to test negative before attending. Some of those students are still minors and are... Read more »
I'm currently searching for a job and I don't want to be denied employment after a positive drug test. I have a current medical marijuana card. I haven't used marijuana in about a month, so I won't show up on a urine test. I want to know if I can use marijuana now. Recently... Read more »
Cdl local driver boss finds me on GPS and then curses and screams at me in public and I have a heart condition and I have proof the clock is off by 20 mins and have witness outside of work even that's he is aware but won't fix it .I'd like to know my rights and IT'S NOT JUST ME... Read more »
They would have to continue your unemployment benefits. As to your rights, suggest you contact a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice who handles employment issues. They give free consults.
Not clear who the "they" is, but generally yes, especially if it's a private employer. They may not discriminate on the basis of age, disability, race, gender, religion but having a criminal record is not a "protected status." However I don't specialize in employment...Read more »
Looks like they may have violated the wage hour law. Look for other employment, and contact an attorney who handles employment issues for workers--look for a member of the Pennsylvania Assn for Justice --they give free consults.
I worked at a company for 2 years at the same job in the company as a high reach operator. They bought in a new supervisor and she changed me to another department were i had no experience or certification on the equipment. Which they told me I had to do. I am scared of heights and... Read more »
In order to qualify for unemployment compensation in Pennsylvania when an employee quits work (i.e. resigns) the legal standard is that there must be a "necessitous and compelling reason" for resigning. Prior to quitting, an employee should discuss the issue(s) of concern with the...Read more »
More facts are needed here. Do you have an underlying medical condition that caused the accident? If so, it may qualify as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"). Employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees on the basis of a disability. I would...Read more »
If you are covered by a union such as UFCW or SEIU, check with them. Assuming you are not , you need to get the personnel policy. Then you need to consult an attorney who handles employment cases FOR EMPLOYEES-- most attorneys handle them for employers. In the meantime do you have a copy of your...Read more »
You would have an argument to make that you have a "necessitous and compelling reason." Much would depend on what "these conditions" are--are you near customers? Do you have a good facemask ? Do you have gloves? Do customers have hand sanitizer or gloves they are given? If you...Read more »
I have worked in a restaurant for the past 4 years. Recently the state of management has gone downhill. As someone who also works in the medical field, I understand I, as an employee, am not allowed to go into work around food with contagious conditions. I provided them two seperate doctors note... Read more »
I was anonymously accused of drinking at my teaching job. I was forced to leave my room, with all of my belongings. No administrator attempted to speak with me to ascertain if the allegation had any validity. I was then requested (required) to go to an ER to have an alcohol level blood test... Read more »
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