answered on Mar 30, 2022
Thanks and there could be a minimum wage or overtime violation for being forced to work that much in Arkansas. It depends on if you are getting an overtime premium payment for hours over 40 in a workweek. It also depends on your rate of pay, or if you are paid a salary
I talked to my mon she agrees and a customer even said I was here a while
answered on Jan 10, 2022
Thanks and you could have a potential minimum wage violation, depending on the particular situation you are in. You should speak to an attorney or the Department of Labor
Fudiciary knowledge and compliance in nonprofits a must
answered on Nov 11, 2021
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. Those might be a lot of areas of practice to roll into one attorney - the areas you outline in the description, coupled with the categories selected for your post.
One option might be to start with one or... Read more »
answered on Oct 18, 2021
In Sebastian County we just fill this out and give it to the prosecutor. Call the prosecutor they probably have a form. Here is what we do:
I'm not the only one heaven these issues I've been there two years two months they are hiring people in that makes more than me and making me crane now
answered on Oct 7, 2021
Thanks and the Fair Labor Standards Act requires, with some exceptions, overtime payments of time and a half a regular rate of pay for hours worked over 40 in a week. If you are working more than 40 hours in a week and not getting an overtime premium payment of time and a half, and not otherwise... Read more »
Don’t get it by November1 Is this legal
answered on Aug 4, 2021
Thanks and what Tyson and many other companies are doing is likely legal in my view. Speaking broadly, Federal law allows companies to set general policies for the safe operation of the company. These general policies can include a vaccination or masking requirement. As long as these general... Read more »
Denied unemployment based on them
Jobs quit scheduling me for interviews
Haven’t found ANY work since.
answered on Mar 10, 2021
Thanks and an attorney would need to know more about what a former employer said and/or wrote about you, and what evidence you have of that. Arkansas law may be able to help, depending on the facts. You can contact an employment law attorney to learn more
answered on Feb 11, 2020
Like most situations, there isn't a simple "yes" or "no" answer. The Arkansas infertility mandate requires that insurance plans in Arkansas cover IVF up to a set lifetime amount. However, many HMO and self-insured plans are exempt from this requirement.
I was the only AA at my job in corporate banking. I suspected that I was being discriminated against. For example, there were certain restrictions placed on what I could do but, after asking several non AA coowrkers who started the same day as me who stated they didn't have any restrictions... Read more »
answered on Jan 8, 2020
You may be able to bring a claim for retaliation based on complaints of race discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. To prove this claim, you must be able to establish that (1) you engaged in a protected activity; (2) you suffered an adverse employment action; and (3) there... Read more »
I am being wrongfully accused of something with little to no investigation into the event, the school is just believing what a parent is claiming and going off of that w/o my side of it. They consulted w/ their lawyer who determined that I was a liability so they are recommending termination.... Read more »
answered on Nov 6, 2019
It would be best to get an employment lawyer that has experience in administrative hearings, board appeals, and hearings before the nurses' board.
I have a serious injury (not work related) that has caused me to miss several days of work. I have had several ER visits for pain, Dr visits working on fixing the issue, and days where I simply could not move. That said, I understand missing excessive time is wrong. Where I don't... Read more »
answered on Sep 15, 2019
You need to speak with an Arkansas employment lawyer. There are some facts that need to be learned before an answer can be provided. I would be happy to discuss your situation with you.
I work for a municipality in Arkansas? I was issued a city phone and was told I would be responsible for all call outs per my license. ( water/Sewer) . I have answered calls and also came back from dinners and vacations to handle utility issues. I have never been able to go out of town far away... Read more »
answered on Sep 4, 2019
You may want to contact an employment attorney that handles FLSA cases because you may have a claim related to this activity by your employer. We would be happy to speak with you.
He constantly yells my name as I pass by and when I stop to see what he wants, he will not say a word. He watches for me to come back into my work place to give me more work. He will tell me that he is my boss and I have to do what he says end of discussion and will walk off and not let me talk.... Read more »
answered on Aug 24, 2017
If it via not sexual harassment, age discrimination, or some protected "class" of behavior, your remedy is to find someplace else to work.
Sounds like that is what your boss wants you to do, anyway.
I was placed on Paid Admin Leave when WM learned I have EEOC case. I've learned someone has taken my job. I can't understand how this has happened to me. I followed Code of Ethics and rules and my career is over. My boss has been reported previously. Open doored last year. I began... Read more »
answered on Jun 15, 2017
I suggest Steven Woods in Rogers, he practices employment law and will be able to help if you have a case.
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