I have been furloughed for COVID, now my boss is telling me she cant afford to bring me back and can only pay me for 2 more weeks or I will have to renegotiate my contract. I am getting ready to sign a mortgage so this ie really putting me in a bind.
I would recommend reaching out to an employment law attorney in your state. It sounds like your employment is governed by a contract, so if your employer is not meeting their obligation within that contract, they may be in breach. There are different strategies that can be taken depending on your...Read more »
It depends. If you have an employment contract signed by you and the employer stating that you will receive a specified salary and the employer is no longer paying you that salary, the employer may be in breach of the contract. However, employers routinely send offer letters to prospective...Read more »
I got into a altercation with someone and picked up a misdemeanor assault charge and have to turn myself in. I have to get fingerprinting done for my new job (child care facility) and really can't figure out which step to take first. What will happen if I go to my fingerprinting first? And if... Read more »
If you have to turn yourself in, that tells me you have an outstanding warrant. Better to turn yourself in with money in your pocket to post bond than wait to be picked up at an inconvenient time. Your work will find out no matter what.
Wrongful discharge from medical services of physicians network by president of the network, excluding my disabled 75 year old stepdad and I from getting medical services from physician's in that network; this after we raised issues over the conduct of one of the physicians on that network, one... Read more »
Although you asked you question under employment law, this is not an employment issue. Instead, it's a healthcare issue. The fact is that a doctor can refuse to accept a person as a patient. Your best bet is to attempt to repair the relationship with whoever has a problem with you.
I was recently fired for money missing. The first time it happened I caught 40.00 missing from the register before doing the deposit, the problem with this is that every employee on the clock can get into the drawr. The second time I counted a deposit and gave it to another manager to check. This... Read more »
Federal law prohibits discrimination where workers are treated differently on opportunity to earn overtime pay. You do not explain the situation with your employer. I suggest you consult with an employment law attorney.
Work week is sunday to saturday. My schedule is mon thru fri. I took off a monday but I worked 48 tues thru thurs. Plus 8 more hrs on sat. So a total of 56hrs. 40 str. time plus 16 overtime. But was charged 8 hrs vacation for that monday. Is that legal to take your vacation time. Regardless if... Read more »
Their response from them was take it or leave it. Plus since Ive been on this shift Ive not been compensated for second differentia or retroed for the timel. Its been 3 months. An we just received our raises and
If you know where the person lives, you could try following them to work, Or, you could hire a private investigator to do this for you. There are also websites you can find online that claim to be able to help.
The statute of limitations for wrongful termination of employment is 2 years. What is the nature of the discrimination claim?
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