I incurred a speeding violation driving a company vehicle for which my out of state employer sent me a notice that my next paycheck will be deducted along with "service fees". Is this legit? Which service fees are these?
Back in September I told my employer I could not be supervisor anymore as it was unsafe to my nursing license and residents as I was often scheduled by myself on a floor and running across building for long periods of time to handle issues on other floors. I had let them know to inform me then if... View More
filed criminal matter in superior ct. Pro se. I would like to sue Dr. in civil court becoz Judge denied my PCRA & said Dr. Implicated me at his sentencing? This guy ruined my life, I have suffered too many damages. I have statement of claim drafted & would like attorney to review it... View More
At a meeting a few weeks ago our employer announced that “they aren’t monsters” but if you call out sick and have no sick days they will take the time out of your vacation days instead. This has caused people to sit there miserable and sick but unable to leave because they have a vacation... View More
I’m a waiter in Philadelphia and I often have to work outside. My new manager bought a few coats with the company logo and is making us share them. They assure us they are being dry cleaned between usage but I don’t trust them. I’ve had bed bugs in the past and am prone to hive breakouts. is... View More
In Pennsylvania, the issue of providing uniforms or specific clothing for work, including jackets, can vary depending on company policy and the nature of the job. If your manager is requiring all waitstaff to share jackets, this isn't explicitly illegal, but it does raise concerns, especially...View More
Recently I was involuntarily terminated due to insubordination which falls under gross misconduct with the company. Is it true that if I'm terminated from a job, that I'll automatically be declined for Unemployment Benefits? I heard that in order to be eligible, you have to either be laid... View More
I have been a manager at a large retailer for the past 9 years, my coworker who was hired at a higher position and then stepped down and was able to keep his pay and now makes 13000 more then me, he has only been with the company for 2 years vs. myself who has been with the company for 18 years. We... View More
You did not reveal your gender, but among other potential claims, you may have a cause of action under the the Equal Pay Act, which requires that men and women in the same workplace be given equal pay for equal work. The jobs need not be identical, but they must be substantially equal and this is...View More
They would tell me the schedule on their website at 4-5:30m pm the day before. I would look at their site, and it would say where I was working or no work available. The schedule was no work available, I click acknowledged. The next morning, I got a text asking when I was going to show up at work.... View More
If your daughter-in-law's employer is requiring her to work for a full year after the birth of her son so that her maternity costs are covered, this is a violation of the PHRA. Even if she quits before the full year is up, her employer cannot hold her legally liable for any insurance costs.
I work for a company who’s forcing me to drive illegally to deliver loads if I don’t deliver the load on time I’m charged 250. They have a way to adjust the ELD in the truck that I’m driving. I’m driving to 17 to 22 hour days.
It's concerning to hear about your situation. Companies are required by federal regulations to ensure that drivers adhere to hours-of-service rules. Manipulating the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) is a violation of these regulations. If you feel that your safety and the safety of others is...View More
It's important to address pay disparities. You may consider discussing this issue with your employer or HR department to ensure fair compensation. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to consult with an attorney.
I work for an agency. They put me on salary to not have to pay me overtime but I was told that is wrong and I should be paid overtime even though I am salary and also was told that they should not be deducting from my pay if I have to leave an hour or two early but they do deduct currently
You are more than likely entitled to overtime. Paying someone a salary, by itself, is not enough to overcome an employer's obligations to pay overtime. Please feel free to contact me to discuss this further.
In Pennsylvania, a driver who is typically paid per mileage might see a paycheck reflecting an hourly rate for several reasons. One possible reason could be that the employer is compensating the driver for non-driving work-related duties, such as waiting times, loading or unloading, or attending...View More
In Pennsylvania, employers are generally required to provide reasonable accommodations for pregnant employees, which may include light duty assignments based on medical recommendations. The Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) prohibits discrimination against employees based on pregnancy, childbirth,...View More
im in PA. I have a signed contract stating that either party must give 30 days notice. my employer let me go on the spot. did not pay me my 24 hr PTO (handbook states they would) and wasn't paid for the 30 days. im a nurse practitioner and bc of credentialing, I wasn't even able to work... View More
In Pennsylvania, employment laws generally allow employers to change employees' schedules, including hours of work, shift times, or days off, as long as the changes comply with relevant labor laws and employment contracts.
However, employers are typically required to provide reasonable...View More
First and foremost, your son's medical marijuana use should be protected under Pennsylvania's medical marijuana law. Employers are generally prohibited from discriminating against employees solely based on their status as a certified medical marijuana patient.
I'm a remote employee in PA, until now my internet was extensible but is no longer going to be covered by my employer. Since internet is 100% necessary for my job role, shouldn't at least part of the fee be covered?
In Pennsylvania, employers are generally not required by law to reimburse employees for business expenses, including internet costs for remote work. However, some employers may have their own expense reimbursement policies.
To find out if your employer offers any reimbursement for internet...View More
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