1 year and 3 months ago I turned my manager in to hr for making a racially offensive comment and they said her manager took care of it but I just found out he new nothing of it. I cant stop thinking of it and when i do i just cry even now just typingAm I able to sue? Since they really didn't... View More
They have harassed me for 2 years parking just outside my work area staring me down they drive slow past the door I'm just inside and outside of regularly staring at me. They have chased me into my work at a Goodwill store 3 or 4 times from anything like eating my lunch on the sidewalk outside... View More
In the United States, police generally have the authority to ask an employer for an employee's name, especially if it pertains to an investigation or a legal matter. Employers may choose to provide this information without the employee's consent. However, there are nuances depending on...View More
i was told i failed a drug test ,i called my employer and asked for the lab report which im entitled too per Fmcsa regulation, a agent from the fmcsa even sent my employer the regulation. i was told that they sent it in oct 2021 i never got. a year later i found out the test was never sent to the... View More
In Arkansas, harassment communication is typically defined as any communication intended to harass, annoy, or cause alarm. However, requesting documents you're entitled to, such as a lab report for a drug test, should not constitute harassment if done reasonably and in accordance with your...View More
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Your insurance company should defend you - it isn't clear why you're being charged. You could reach out to attorneys to try to arrange a free initial consult. If you have a copy of the police report,...View More
Discovering that your boss listed your hire date incorrectly by just one day, leading to your disqualification for a 401k bonus in Arkansas, can be frustrating. To address this issue, take proactive steps by gathering evidence that supports your accurate hire date, such as offer letters or...View More
My 16 yoa son works for a large christian camp weedeating and mowing. His coworkers who are juveniles keep haraasing him, which he has advised his supervisor. One attacked him with a weedeater and they did not fire that juvenile. Are they not wrong for not firing or reprimanding him? My son has... View More
Sorry to hear your sun endured this treatment. Employees are usually limited to worker's compensation benefits from on the job injuries. One exception is for the intentional physical assault by a co-worker. Then general negligence law kicks in. The employer can become civilly liable for...View More
They repeat lies and omit facts that could easily cost the customer tens of thousands of dollars- I’m sure they have done so many times. Most of their clientele is lower to middle income which is concerning. I think I can pretty easily prove that they conditioned us to repeat these lies. (BTW,... View More
Where the arbitration agreement in your employment contract is an impediment depends on what you want to do. To the extent you want to sue the company for back wages or any other employment issue, the arbitration agreement would likely require that the claims be asserted in arbitration, rather...View More
My pay is complicated because I worked overtime, I get shift differential added to my base pay at one rate for 2nd shift and another rate for 3rd shift, I also worked 4 extra shifts with a bonus of $200 extra per shift, paydays are semimonthly. I had 97 hours (11hours OT), with $800 bonuses owed to... View More
You should discuss this situation with an Arkansas employment attorney in more detail. In addition to the issues you've listed above, employers also need to account for shift differentials and non-discretionary bonus payments when calculating your overtime pay rate. If your overtime pay rate...View More
release and agreeing to non-compete and non-solicitation terms, which are all straightforward. The company is struggling and is telling me they can't afford to honor the contracted severance payments any longer, which are supposed to continue for 7 more months. I'm not aware of them... View More
You should contact an Arkansas employment attorney to have your separation agreement reviewed. If your employer promised to pay you a certain amount of money in your separation agreement that they are now refusing to or unable to pay, you may have a claim against your employer for breach of...View More
My boss came in today and said starting next week I will no longer receive my hourly pay of $12 hr for 34 hrs weekly. He says starting next week Noone gets hourly nomore and will be working making commission only. He said we will get paid $100 every deal we close. Problem with that is that... View More
Thanks and in Arkansas they can change to pay you commissions so long as you still make a minimum wage. If you work as an employee for a week and don't get paid anything, that is a minimum wage violation
That is illegal under Arkansas law. Arkansas law requires comp. time be credited as 1.5. You should speak to an attorney about it. There are a few very technical exceptions to the law, but your situation doesn't seem to fall into those exceptions
The job was for one foundation within the company, scheduling appts, messaging physicians and or staff, refill requests etc. within 3 months of being hired was trained on new program and told we were going to all become Universal agents taking calls for multiple foundations with different work... View More
My principal stated that all certified staff are required to come in before our contracted hours and stay afterwards to supervise students for free. She also says that if we don’t, we will be written up for insubordination and that those of us with second jobs would have to make other... View More
I worked for a company, empire aes, doing fiber optics for a month. I received two weeks of pay. After that they stopped responding to my attempts to contact and have not compensated me for the additional two weeks. I submitted my work through their system as required but they won't even respond.
Thanks and it depends on your position and their exact policy. If, for example, they don't have a cap on the amount of comp. time that you can accrue (add up), and you keep accruing unlimited hours, then you are owed the pay for the hours over the cap at time-and-a-half your regular rate of...View More
I am curious if there is any recourse for uprooting my life then being laid off due to restructuring. I was rushed to move and employed for a month before being laid off. I was offered two months severance and didn’t sign as it doesn’t cover my expenses or having to relocate again. Per... View More
You must be paid for all hours you worked, so you should bring this up to your employer and explain the discrepancy. Moving forward, you should independently track the hours you work so you have your own record of your start and end times.
Thanks and if an employer has a bona fide paid-leave plan in place (paid sick leave, short-term disability, etc.) and an employee is not yet eligible to participate in the plan or has exhausted his or her leave, a full-day deduction from pay is allowed.
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