As many student are concern here is that we know in our part 141 flight school is qurentining the student that have it might have the COVID19 in their room but no information are given out to the other healthy student so that we can be more aware ourself.
We considered something similar to that issue some time ago in this post which might guide your research. https://www.studentmisconduct.com/news/what-happens-if-i-tell-my-school-that-i-tested-positive-for-coronavirus-or-covid-19
I am using this for educational matter. A professor left me a telephone voicemail message. Then have dismissed me. I am currently writing an appeal and wondering if I can using and voicemail as an evidence
I am not aware of any prohibition against using the voicemail message as evidence. Wiretap recordings are prohibited because they are made without the knowledge of at least one party to the conversation, but a voicemail is deliberately and knowingly left on a recording device. It is the same as if...Read more »
It depends, on the terms of your contract and the CBA or MOU with the teacher's union for the district. So much more information is needed that it is not possible to provide a more definitive answer. As a member of the teacher's union, you can file a grievance if you believe the...Read more »
Please remember this is a public forum and you could be posting things today that you regret tomorrow. Sorry to hear that you are having these problems. Your actual question: "Can I get a job still?" cannot be answered with the information you provided, and it calls for predicting the...Read more »
All of a sudden The shelter island that started requiring that all my belongings and my persons be searched by one of their security guards before entering the premises this is my legal residence address on my ID and I have to be searched before I come home that doesn't seem legal to me and... Read more »
I don't think think so. You are a guest of the property owner, who can set whatever limits they want on those persons they allow to reside on their property. You say it is a shelter. So the owners apparently want to assure themselves that no guests can bring any kind of contraband onto their...Read more »
I was selected in a program that has now deferred their start date due to CoVID. They requested a sizable deposit to secure my position in the program for their initial start date. The program no longer fits my timeline and they have refused to refund the deposit. What can I do in this situation?
I agree with Mr. Kaufman that you may need an attorney to sort this out. However, your question does not indicate whether you have contacted the university directly to find out what there policy is, and what writing is it based on. Some schools have a refund policy based upon a timeline that...Read more »
It could depend on what types of representations or disclaimers it made. If it didn't make representations that it was accredited, it might be difficult. Based on these limited facts, it does not sound like something on which you would want to spend money on legal resources to pursue. But to...Read more »
I went to study abroad only because the program was going to help me pay my tution. When I arrived to the other country they said "sorry we can't help you. Get a student loan." I was in serious frustration and started to worry a lot because I did not know this was going to happen to... Read more »
I suggest you seek advice from an attorney in your area - perhaps a general litigation attorney or bankruptcy attorney. There are insufficient details in your submission for me to respond with any specifics. For instance, is the loan you have a student loan obtained from the Dept. of Education...Read more »
I have a particular contract with my work. I am allowed to work up to 40 hours a week 37.5 weeks out of the year. My position is on site as a technician in the sculpture department. The school is shutting down their onsite operations for at least 3 weeks. They have asked workers who can work from... Read more »
The answer to your question will depend entirely on the terms of your contract. Unless modified by contract your employer has no duty to pay you for periods of time that you are not working due to closure. It would be wise for you to locate and consult with an experienced employment law attorney...Read more »
You should start by consulting an employment lawyer who represents employees only, if the matter is related to your work. Otherwise, you have not provided enough detail for me to try to refer you to a different kind of attorney. You can go to the San Joaquin County Bar Association's lawyer...Read more »
My employer denied my catastrophic leave request because I exhausted my sick leave on January 8th and had 9.75 hours of comp time on the books but they did not use the comp hours for the days that I was off after January 8th and denied my request because of those hours instead they said I can ask... Read more »
Paid catastrophic leave is not required under the law. It is a discretionary employer benefit. As such it can be administered as the employer wishes as long as it is not denied or administered in a way that is unlawful, i.e., provided or not because you are a member of a protected class of...Read more »
The pay is the same and both are classified positions in public schools. However, the job descriptions have a bit of overlap but are mostly different and the behavioral aide role requires specific training, skills, and direct communication with behavioral specialists among others. Is it legal to... Read more »
I suggest that you talk to a manager in your Human Resources (HD) department and explain your situation. Since you are working for a public entity (although you have not indicated whether you are in permanent status yet), you should be able to consult with HR about your specific position and its...Read more »
First of all, provide sufficient details to permit a reasoned analysis of your situation. Conclusory statements are unhelpful. Facts and details are most important, but nothing is more important than a chronological statement of who did what, to whom, when, where and how.
I was told that I would have a guaranteed spot back at the schools I taught at after my maternity leave was over. According to the district, due to "declining enrollment" they had to move some teachers around to teach at different schools for the following school year. They are giving me... Read more »
No, you do not have a viable claim. They have accommodated your maternity leave and have alternative employment available for you to work when you return. Why would you want to sue the school district, and what damages would you claim? Emotional Distress for providing suitable alternative...Read more »
I recently had a meeting with the principal and superintendent of my sons school regarding targeted, segregated, bullied, harassed, stalked, discriminated against and illegally searches my son has received several times by a female staff member. I brought a witness to this meeting who wanted to... Read more »
You should immediately see a lawyer competent to handle school district and issues like yours, and place the recordings (or copies thereof) into the hands of the attorney for safekeeping until she can determine what to do with them. But do not relinquish control over the originals in your...Read more »
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