Employee of USDA has been verbally harassing me , constantly messing with my cleaning items , his boss also harassing me . My depression has got to the point where I walked out of work. No support from NW Works.
answered on May 18, 2023
If you have not already filed an informal complaint with your agency, you should do so immediately. Under the Federal Sector regulations, which cover federal employees, you have 45 days to file an informal complaint of discrimination from the date that discrimination or the date of last retaliation... Read more »
My supervisor did not compensate me for work performed and lied and said 7:45am -5:15pm was 8 hours and was committing fraud. What caselaw can I use for this
answered on Aug 15, 2022
Is this a matter involving a DC employer? If so, I would be glad to give you a free 30 minute consultation tomorrow morning, August 16th at 10 am.
Clearly, videotaping under your skirt could well constitute sexual harassment in the work place. Did you report this incident to HR? Or have... Read more »
WC denied case so I had to go on STD. My employer structured department. I now no longer have a job. I am still injured and need medical attention
answered on May 20, 2023
Depending on how the injury occurred, you may have a case. Consult with experienced attorneys.
Available for 6 months. They have given other persons a much better severance package and they were of a different race and they had performance improvement plans. They want to give me one month salary and a Cobra pkg.
answered on Jan 25, 2023
If you believe that you are being discriminated against on the basis of race, and treated differently from other employees in regard to severance payments, then you need to consult a licensed discrimination lawyer in the District of Columbia as soon as possible. Most attorneys are providing... Read more »
I work for a non-profit in DC. They are changing my position to be full-time telework, but I have to be available to come into the office now and then. That part is all OK with me, but in addition, they have provided a map of the counties in the area where I am allowed to live. They have threatened... Read more »
answered on Oct 27, 2021
There is no law that prohibits an employer from requiring employees to live within a certain radius of the office. You need to provide truthful information about your residence.
My lawyer decided to stop representing me in a case with OPM, does the judge have to approve it or let them off the hook?
answered on Apr 8, 2021
The judge will consider the Motion to Withdraw. He or she will consider the reasons for the Motion, then make a decision of the Motion. The attorney who made the Motion still represents, you until the Motion to Withdraw is granted and ordered by the judges.
Is one remark consider age discrimination or does it have to be a pattern of behavior?
answered on Aug 6, 2019
Well, it depends on what the policy is at your workplace. Generally speaking, I would say that actual... Read more »
answered on Jul 8, 2017
Speak with a lawyer so you can best lay the groundwork for the matter. You'll need to report it to HR first, usually. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more... Read more »
also is it called article 15 law of the state of new York or District of Columbia
answered on Jul 5, 2017
I am not licensed in the District of Columbia and therefore unable to answer your question.
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