Because of my schedule I pump at 8:30 , my 15 min break is at 9 which I am no longer allowed to take. My boss also said I have to pump during my lunch , my lunch is only 45 min long so by the time I'm done I will only have about 25 min left. Can my boss do this? Or am I allowed to say no to this.
Generally, there are no laws that require employers to offer any certain length or amount of break time for employees. In your situation, if your employer offers scheduled break times, they may request that you pump during these break times. If this is not possible for you to do during your...Read more »
I was recently terminated from a job because of absences that exceeded their policy. However, when I got the job, I gave them documentation from my doctor proving that I have a disability and that my disability will cause more absences than the average healthy person due to medical complications or... Read more »
Based on the information you provided, your employer probably did violate the ADA by terminating you in retaliation for requesting a reasonable accommodation of your disability or, alternatively, by discriminating against you on the basis of disability despite your use of the interactive process in...Read more »
I can't find work because employers pull up the charge on a background check even though it was dismissed. Even with dismissal, the charge still looks ugly to potential employers and now I'm suffering financially.
In Indiana an employer can choose to not hire or to fire for any reason as long as it is not for a constitutionally protected reason. Your situation does not fit a constitutionally protected class. However, if the case was dismissed you should consider an expungement. This will seal the case and...Read more »
The doctor misdiagnosed my injury, delayed my treatment, and altered my restriction paperwork with my knowledge. Which I believe all of these act to be intentional base on audio recordings of our conversation ( the doctors contradictions on treatment) this was all due to my former employer who... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you have a meaningful consult with an Indiana attorney based on state-specific elements of law, the criteria for med mal claims are fairly standard throughout the nation in the most general sense. The criteria...Read more »
You should consult with an employment attorney in your area to discuss your situation. The FMLA prohibits your employer from interfering with your rights under the FMLA (such as job restoration after a qualifying leave) or from retaliating against you after you return from FMLA leave. The...Read more »
I Informed HR that I was going to be needing to use some of my 12 weeks allowance of FMLA. I had seen a doctor the day I let HR know. The doctor just needed the forms from the HR department of work but she had given me a note excusing me starting on June 29th 2021. Then today on June 30th 2021 I... Read more »
Hello, more information is needed here. It would be unlawful for the employer to consider your use of FMLA in a decision to terminate you. I would reach out to an employment law attorney to schedule a consultation.
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. If the incident involved an injury sustained in the course of employment (you included personal injury in your categories), you could reach out to a workers' compensation attorney. Many offer free initial...Read more »
I applied at a competing catering company. I called consistantly, got an answer and was just unlucky because the hiring manager wasn't in that day, or so I thought. I ended up finally reaching them just one day before my application expired, and the manager told me that "they were... Read more »
Is this legal? I've told them in writing once I recieve my final check (if the cost of the shirts and keycard is deducted okay) that i would return the shirts and keycard and shes threatening to charge me with theft over it . They also told me the reason I was not being trained on the floor... Read more »
You should return the shirt and key card immediately. You should then contact an employment attorney to discuss the details of your employment situation and the circumstances under which your employment ended. More information about your situation is needed, but you may have a claim for gender...Read more »
I submitted a dispute but it has not been forwarded to the Corporate office to this date. I also requested a copy of my file and was informed that a subpoena would have to be submitted to obtain the requested information. What course of action do I need to do at this point? There are several... Read more »
I was terminated without expecting it and they shut down access to the email account immediately, In addition, the CEO did 'talks' online on YOUTUBE and the content is relevant to my claim of discrimination, the company has closed these and I cannot access the content, can I ask the... Read more »
More than likely the only way to recover documents in this circumstance is to file a lawsuit and request the documents and videos through issuing Request for Production of Documents to the Defendant (company).
I recently applied and interviewed for a job. I was told by the manager in a follow-up phone call that I was not hired because I was socially awkward. I asked the company's HR department if that was a legimitate reason not to hire some one. They told me that they would investigate, and later... Read more »
You most likely do not have any sort of grounds for a civil suit. The only possible grounds that you might have is that you were discriminated against due to a disability, in this case that your diagnosed ADD is so severe that it constitutes a disability and has a major and severe impact on your...Read more »
Our company combined with another two years ago to make one company with one pay scale for all jobs and they mix our people and there's in the same jobs and we are training them but they are making as much as 11 dollars an hour more and have been full time the exact same amount of time as me... Read more »
The drug testing varies by person to person some are made to just empty pockets and pull pants down to knees.Lately they have made everyone pull all their clothes down to their knees and have a stranger watch them pee the whole time. My first drug test the male HR rep was there to verify i... Read more »
I work at a small 99 bed hospital and my supervisior wants all RRT to do intubations. The standard she has set is 1 intubation a month. This standard requires me and most other to come in on our own time to meet this standard due to the lack of opportunity in the ER and the floors. We have... Read more »
Employment discrimination is discrimination based on race, gender, color, national origin, religion or disability that causes an adverse employment action. It does not seem like this situation would fit into one of those categories. I would recommend contacting the hospitals HR and dealing with it...Read more »
Need more information on the particulars of the case. It would be extremely difficult to prove constructive discharge because of religion. Discrimination based on religion which led to you feeling the need to quit, but then again I would need more information.
In Indiana, defamation is considered a personal injury, so it is subject to a two year statute of limitations. There can be some exceptions, such as if the defamed person is a minor.
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