The business I use to work for only had 5-6 employees and i can't seem to find anything that says he has to let me off work because he doesn't have to grant FMLA, even though I had a doctor's note, he told me that I was not allowed to take time off work. It got brought up later on,... Read more »
More information is needed to analyze your situation. As you mentioned, the Family Medical Leave Act - which provides job protection for medical leaves in some circumstances - does not apply to your employer because the business only employs 5-6 employees. Your cancer diagnosis would render you...Read more »
9am-7pm was My scheduled shift . As I received a reminder the day of the primary election. I requested the last 90 Min of my shift off to vote. My Supervisor replied via IM “Who approved this?” I advised this is a request, then asked are you denying or approving, I didn’t get a response. As... Read more »
Below is the statute. Based on your recitation of the facts, I questin whether you complied with the requrement that "that request shall be made for such leave of absence prior to the day of election."
Three hours off work to vote--interference by employer a class four offense....Read more »
So my wife and I work at the same place and we know the owner on a personal level outside of work. Well we got into an argument over the weekend and now he's taking it out on us at work. He called my wife a lier and said she should be ashamed to be a mother. He also brought up some personal... Read more »
Missouri is an employment at will state. It is not unlawful for your employer to be mean, unprofessional, or rude. You have not articulated that any part of the situation was based upon your or your wife's membership in a protected class. If you believe there was unlawful discrimination you...Read more »
I have a friend who works at an animal hospital and her job is to clean and care for the animals. She’s been left a couple notes regarding her cleaning in the past week, and now today her boss is telling her that she’s not getting paid for the work she’s been doing because they feel as though... Read more »
I agree with Mr. Eisenberg. Typically, an employer must pay an employee for all hours worked and cannot make deductions based on the quality of the work. However, if the deducted pay still keeps her above the minimum wage rate (calculated by dividing her total compensation by the hours worked for...Read more »
Recently, I doodled on a medical document and upon finding out that it was prohibited, I told the Dir. of quality control, who then told me "Its okay.It happens" later on an incident with a coworker happened where she thought I posted a Facebook status about her. She kept texting me and I... Read more »
You aren’t going to want to hear this, but Missouri is an employment-at-will state. For termination purposes, it’s irrelevant whether your employer is mean or unfair. It cannot fire you on account of race, religion, national origin, etc., but can fire you over believe you did something...Read more »
Who to report it to? It involves medical conditions and how a boss handled two employees very differently who are same level and same job only difference is gender and marital status. One employee was given the world and the other was punished and demoted plus had private information medical... Read more »
Too little detail to know about this. Very small businesses are not held to same standards as larger companies, that affect Interstate Commerce.
Best bet is to seek a FREE consultation with an employment attorney. Use this link:...Read more »
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