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We are not 1099 employees. If the insurance denies the claim we are not paid. There is quite a bit of work (at least an additional 25%) that is not client facing but is essential to the practice such as maintaining documentation, developing treatment plans, communicating with other medical... Read more »
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Basically my manager is on the clock while he sits outside the store on a swing chair with multiple women. He is a married man and I just find this behavior very creepy and uncomfortable. He spends more time outside the store flirting with these women than actually working.
Sexual harassment is contingent on upon you receiving the harassment. That is, sexual harassment does not generally occur when others are harassed. There are a few common law holdovers that allow emotional distress to related parties (which is also contingent on physical harm to a related party),...Read more »
This question repeats itself (I suspect because something was cut off). You may want to resubmit your question. It is correct that under Colorado law, a minimum 30 minute lunch break (unpaid) is required for most employees working more than 5 hours.
Boarding is often the most stressful and complicated part of the job. During boarding they are pressured to get flight out on time, if they fail to do this they can get written up. They have do a beverage service for first class, and do safety and security checks. They have to help passengers with... Read more »
It sounds odd to me, but it is partly defined by the scope of the employment contract. While Colorado does have basic employment protections, there are many exceptions and case-specific determinations which can change outcome. In other words, you will need to contact an employment lawyer directly...Read more »
A lawyer will need to review the specifics of what "therapy" is being provided. As a general rule, certain types of assistance with finding employment does not require licensing in Colorado. If you are referring to VA work, full compliance with state and federal rules usually required. Justia's Q&A...Read more »
He can do some of the job but not all. He was hurt using a ladder that he was expressly told not to. He may be permanently injured in his foot. But we hired him to manage warehouse and drive deliveries. He cannot drive our truck and can not do all of the warehouse work now.
I'm the property manager of a local motel. My wife& I were hired as a team,only she was terminated after the owner found out that wife had filed a complaint with the U.S. D.O.L. &found owner in violation and an assessment was made for collection of back wages. That 9 months ago. New mngrs were... Read more »
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As a general rule probation officers have limited powers related to the...Read more »
The 1099 basically means that you are not an employee (who receive payments via a W-2), but an independent contractor. The status really relates on whether the employer needs to pay unemployment, workman's comp, and tax withholding (1099 employees place no requirements on their employers). The...Read more »
I worked for a temp company for 85 days (working towards my 90 day hire on) at a sewer company making 20 an hour. Bosses loved me but were not paying the temp agency that was paying me. So 5 days before the sewer company could hire me on the temp company pulled me from working with that company.... Read more »
My W2 seems incorrect and I would like to compare it to my pay records. On occasion the small business I worked for did not provide me with a pay stub, but I also (stupidly) did not keep all the stubs I did receive.
Having shift leaders follow me around work. Having me move my car but not asking other employees parked next to me to move there's. She has the heat in the kitchen set at 84-88 degrees and 4grills on. I sat a thermometer where I stand and it read 99. And she knows I I and the others don't like it... Read more »
Employee worked for startup and offered equity in exchange for deferred payment. Company was so slow, that employee and CEO agreed to pause working relationship. CEO now has very similar company, but under a new name, says cannot offer equity to someone who is not an employee. What should... Read more »
You will need to contact a lawyer directly for a review of the total circumstances. There are simply too many variables to make an even partial general statement of the law. The key issues are whether the equity rights were fully vested and exercised before the company closed. Even then, the answer...Read more »
No this is not proper or reasonable. Depending on the scope of surrounding conduct your sister may have a claim for hostile workplace claims. This may also qualify as for a direct violation of Colorado labor laws. It is recommended that your sister contact an employment attorney to discuss this...Read more »
My employer recently opened an office in the US after formerly having an office in China for several years. The owner is American and has not updated their policies to reflect US law. I work at least 40 hours a week and I am paid less than Colorado minimum wage. My commission is paid only a couple... Read more »
Depending on the nature of the employment contract and when the commission is locked, a delay in payment may be reasonable. The concept that you would totally lose all commissions when you quit is overstepping. You may want to contact an employment lawyer or a file a complaint with the CO Dept. of...Read more »
My company is in the process of being sold payroll has not been paid since Dec 15 2016. the person purchasing the company has assumed all payroll responsibility but has been advised not to pay anything until escrow is closed due to numerous bad debts. this seams a little strange I would think labor... Read more »
For the new owner the most prudent decision probably is to wait until all aspects of the sale are complete before paying payroll. Since the sale is not complete the new owner is likely not subject to payroll obligations. However, the old owner (current owner) is still obligated to pay wages. As...Read more »
Probably not if you just witnessed the act. In Colorado, most civil damages require some evidence of physical harm or direct negative impact (beyond emotional harm). Based on the right circumstances (e.g. if the manager was encouraging you to participate or watch) there might be a sexual...Read more »
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