EMPLOYER HAS 400 EMPLOYEES AND OWNER PARENT COMPANY HAS 10,000
answered on May 19, 2022
I would highly encourage you to reach out to an experienced lawyer to handle this. You can reach out to any attorney on this platform by clicking the contact information next to their name. Most lawyers, including those at my office, offer free consults to see what can be done to help you out.
A manager\general manager at a certain company came into my office and was talking to a fellow coworker. At first I was not paying much attention and I heard her say "I said it about that dumb ass over there" "nothing but wasted space". I looked around my coworkers monitor and... Read more »
answered on Mar 11, 2022
With the way that it looks, you may end up having a potential claim for constructive termination, given that your manager is creating an environment that is not suitable for working. That being said, you may want to consult a lawyer in your area to discuss further.
Wrong employment termination and Discrimination.
answered on Sep 23, 2021
You most definitely need to talk with a lawyer about this, as cases like this hinge entirely on the specific facts and circumstances of the termination.
The practice owner goes back and forth if he likes me or not. Recently, he got rid of his old crew and I’m the last. Now, he is going over my boss’s authority trying to get me fired but they have no reason so they can’t. I’ve recently had to be put on nerve medicine due to the treatment. Is... Read more »
answered on Dec 12, 2019
It is not "okay" to use intimidation tactics but it may not be unlawful. If the treatment is based on your belonging to a protected class (eg. age, race, gender, religion, disability, national origin, etc.) then it become discrimination under Title VII and make potentially be a hostile... Read more »
And terminated for job abondment while on approved vacation
answered on May 6, 2019
It sounds like you may need to speak with an attorney. If you were working at the time of your injury, then you may be entitled to worker's compensation. Plus, there are some rules that protect you while you are on leave.
I put on my employment form a direct deposit information the correct information however the bank sent an email to my employer stating it was wrong and gave another account ( which isn't mine ) but I had already had a direct deposit from my employer the week prior. now they stated that my... Read more »
answered on Apr 8, 2019
Regardless of the bank SNAFU, if you are receiving pay for the time worked you have no viable claim. Litigants MUST have a real injury in order to sue somebody.
They state that you can use sick leave for immediate family (if you need to be off because they are sick or you need to take them to the doctor), they do not state what is considered immediate family. They have told numerous employees that you can not use it for parents just spouse and children. If... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2017
The company is free to define "immediate family" however it wants for the sake of its own policy. I agree that most people would consider parents to be immediate family, but the company is not legally required to give you sick leave for your parents' illness.
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