More facts are needed to analyze your situation. Arizona is an at will employment state, meaning you can be terminated for any reason or no reason at all. The only protection you can usually get from a legal standpoint is if the termination is based on your race, religion, sex, etc.
She was told that she had to take the company phone home with her and be "on call" until 9:30 each night (she works from 7:30-4:30 normally) in order to get a raise. Now they are adding Sundays as well saying that was discussed and it was not.
You are typically entitled to reinstatement to your position or to an equivalent position (with equivalent hours) upon return from an FMLA-qualifying leave that does not exceed the maximum 12-week allotment. This right to reinstatement exists even if your employer replaced you while you were on...Read more »
In general, your employer can change the requirements of your job at any time. However, in some circumstances, you could have recourse under the Americans with Disabilities Act if your request to work from home is for a medically-related reason. If you are currently unable to work in the office...Read more »
If the case was dismissed, you did not plead guilty and you were not convicted. Even if it was a delayed entry of guilt, if you completed the requirements and the Court dismissed the case without entering your plea, then you still did not plead guilty on the record and the Court did not convict...Read more »
I am a teacher at a school in Arizona currently a hotspot for the covid 19 pandemic. My employer is planning to reopen irrespective of benchmarks laid out by the Arizona Health department, putting me, my fellow teachers and students at risk. They have threatened legal action if I decide not to show... Read more »
Additional information is needed to answer your question. Do you have a medical condition that places you at a higher risk for serious illness if exposed to COVID-19? If so, you could work with your doctor to request an accommodation in the form of teleworking to begin the school year. If your...Read more »
It might still be valid. This depends upon how the sale was structured and the agreements made with the buyer. I recommend that you discuss with an employment law attorney before you make any decisions.
You could have legal consequences. It depends upon the facts of the situation and any document or agreement that you may have signed. I recommend speaking with an employment law attorney to learn your legal rights and options before making a decision.
every employee on job group chAt. when to come in, every where my checks from every employee there , numerous numerous times.every im losing my place,bills ,food texts from over 20 employee..i lost my apartment,and everything else after also texts for help .. personal damages are in play.
I'm sorry your post remains open for four weeks. There are a number of categories here and it isn't clear if things in the various categories are related to one another. The most central one appears to be employment-related. At this point, you could contact an employment attorney to see...Read more »
An employer does not necessarily need to hire the individual with most experience. However, an employer cannot make a hiring decision based on an unlawful motivation. If you can demonstrate that you were not selected for the position on the basis of your membership in a protected class (i.e.,...Read more »
This will depend on the size of your employer and what services it provides. If your employer has more than 50 but fewer than 500 employees and you are not employed in a healthcare or emergency responder role, then you may be eligible for additional partially-paid leave to care for your children...Read more »
You are not competent to read the law and determine what it means and whether you can do what you are trying to do. While I have not read the law either I can tell you that if ANY Florida law requires any sort of "certification" before anyone can do whatever the law covers, you cannot...Read more »
Arizona is an at-will state meaning, generally, you can terminate an employee for any reason, as long as it is not an unlawful reason. There aren't laws in place to protect you as an employer, only to protect the employee. The protections extended to employees generally involve terminations...Read more »
Ben off 5 months with comp, My Dr says sedentary work restrictions in Jan. Ins company wanted 2nd opinion that Dr said the same thing sedentary duty. 2 weeks later IME Dr thew me under the bus and said I have 0% on report for all areas of any kind. Boss says get to work by Monday morn. Id... Read more »
The answer is not a simple yes or no and it depends first on what your injury is, what your regular job is, where you were working when you were injured, who has been your treating doctor, who you believe was a "second opinion" doctor, and who the IME was. It is very rare in AZ to have an...Read more »
A new female assistant principal started to work at my charter school. She suddenly and abruptly comes to my class, or will raise her voice at .e in front of my class. Last week she observed my class in order to grade me. This in turn, is used to see if my employment contract gets renewed the... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Arizona and Federal employment discrimination laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of certain protected classes, such as age, sex, race, and national origin. If an employer discriminates against you because of your membership in one of these...Read more »
Although severance pay is not required by law in Arizona, employers will sometimes offer a severance package when they are terminating an employee. Employers can offer a severance package out of the goodness of their hearts to soften the blow of an involuntary termination, but the main legal...Read more »
I never received change of status other than the original claim acceptance. I have started to work at non profit for 2 weeks and have not been paid. Ive seen a second Dr by Comp Ins request last week and Scheduled for an IME in another week. Its going on six months since surgery. Surgeon said... Read more »
Good morning, your question came in late last night. I am confused about your case history, the part about having seen as second insurance doctor last week and scheduled for another insurance examination next week. I can review the claim with you, at no cost, so you have a better understanding what...Read more »
Hello, thanks for your inquiry. That's a good question - I would advise against looking for different work than what you are being offered. The nonprofit place is more likely to accept your limitations from the doctor who put you out on light duty and if not you have a direct contact to your...Read more »
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