I am working in an US based MNC located in Chennai, as a contract employee. I was employed as a consultant in contract for 1year from Mar 2022 till Mar 2023 and my contract will be renewed from Mar 2023 to Mar 2024. As I am 4 months pregnant, I have asked for maternity leave from July 2023. But I... Read more »
You can hire someone to perform a background check and skip trace for assets if you have a judgment. In Tennessee a judgement is good for ten years and can be renewed by motion. If you discover assets, you can garnish wages, levy accounts, and personal property.
I have been diagnosed with Posterior Vitreous Detachment in my eye which has caused a sensitivity to fragrances at work. My optometrist wrote a letter to my boss requesting reasonable accommodations with regard to fragrances as it burns my eye and gives me migraines. It has been 4 months, my boss... Read more »
Job but work there part time. The owners decided to sell the company in the midst of this and I was never told by the gm i needed to come fill out jew paperwork for the new company like everyone else and I was ignored when asked about it, so... Read more »
My record has been clean, there was no evidence that I was in danger of being fired, no write ups. I would have preferred getting written-up so I could know that I need to improve. The company kept a worker with one year experience and had struggles learning the job. I think that I was targeted... Read more »
If employers policy states "Employees with in 40 miles of office are required to be in office on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. If employee is not in office on those days, it will need to be recorded as PTO". My question is if an employee is sick and chooses to work from home, and is... Read more »
Yes. While mistakes in pay could lead to wage violations if they are not timely corrected, you still have an obligation to work your normal schedule if you're still employed with the company, and the company can discipline or terminate you for failing to do so.
I was fired from a local company and the reason was they found out I was in recovery and said via text “we can’t have you come back with your history of drug abuse. We are afraid you’ll steal”. I have asked this question multiple time and can’t get a response. Do I have any legal action?
It says buyout on my check that has pay due to me via salary plus a little more. I’ve been severely lied to and I will take action but this money is added to my regular salary and I have bills so do I use a without prejudice UCC on the check before I sign. Even if I use the code without prejudice... Read more »
My recollection of that night is somewhat different. I was having a regular night, but a little before halfway through the shift I started to get the aura of a migraine headache and I informed my supervisor that I was going to be leaving early. I also said that I had 8hrs of PTO accrued and, if... Read more »
Hi! Based on your post, it sounds like you need an employment lawyer, not a personal injury lawyer. I would recommend that you contact the Tennessee State Bar for a referral to an employment lawyer ASAP to ensure your rights are protected. I wish you the best with your case - Alex
Hi there--I was laid off from my job at a tech company last week. I have stock grants that vest 20% each year for 5 years. The lay-off occurred 10 1/2 months into my 2nd year of vesting, so I'm leaving a lot of money behind. I'm 54 years old and other people performing much worse than... Read more »
You should contact a Tennessee employment attorney to discuss a potential age discrimination claim under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). As for your contract containing the stock grants and the separation agreement you were given, you should also have these reviewed by a Tennessee...Read more »
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