Kevin Sanderson's answer I'd be happy to discuss more offline. I am not sure what you mean by prohibit. I recognize there are several things that might be done practically to stop or deter you, i.e. if they control your access to health care, livelihood and career; but hopefully they cant literally stop you.
Emre Polat Esq.'s answer Is it part of their uniform? What industry are you in? Food service/bar? It could be perceived as discriminatory. Further information is required. Consider a consultation for a case evaluation.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer In that case, suggest to file a defamation suit against your ex employer. Such a letter not earlier shared tantamount to a retaliatory act. Consult Attorney of your local jurisdiction having expertise in employment matters for specific advice.
Joel Friedman's answer Thank you for your question. I am not sure I understand the issue, you can each me after 9:00 a.m. this morning at 602-492-5331 so we can review the specifics of your situation. Thanks again
Louis George Fazzi's answer Tell your friend to contact the California Labor Commissioner and file a complaint for unpaid wages. The Labor Commissioner's office will take care of everything. Everything she needs to know is on their website: https://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/
Joseph D. Allen's answer Both Montgomery County and Maryland now have sick leave laws, and the employer has to comply with the provisions that provide the most protection to the employee. But depending on the size of the employer, the benefits may be limited. And there are employee tenure (length of employment) and hours worked requirements as well. You should speak with an employment/labor attorney about the facts of your situation.
Joseph D. Allen's answer Make sure to document your encounters with the employer, and save all of the inappropriate/harassing texts (preferably on a separate device from your phone). You should speak with an employment/labor attorney about the facts of your case.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Before jumping into a legal suit, you must prefer their internal procedures. Depending on their response or its outcome you may have a better ground to challenge their unfair practices.
Joseph D. Allen's answer If you have a workers comp attorney, they should be able to help you with that. If you don't, you should get one. Generally speaking, you do have a right to see what is in your personnel file.
Generally, you cannot sue you employer just because someone is mean to you. If your supervisor if unpleasant to everyone, or even if he or she is harsh with you in particular, because they dislike you for personal reasons, the law does not prevent that. There is no legal requirement that workers be treated with civility, kindness, or even respect. However, federal law does prohibit your employer from...
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