My job sent me Cobra Insurance with a notice of me being terminated, no one has called me, however I believe I'm being wrongfully terminated for being pregnant, as they are noe hiring for my exact position on Facebook. I want to find out if I can pursue legal action against them. I want to... Read more »
The facts that your present could support a pregnancy discrimination case. Prior to moving forward with any further communication with your former employer you should definitely consult with a lawyer. We would be happy to discuss your entire situation with you. Please contact our office.
On 3/5 I was told to start working from home due to my immune system. Last week I was 1 of many asked to volunteer to resign. I don't plan on resigning. My Oncologist gave me a letter stating I'm not immune compromised since it's been 7 yrs that I'm in remission. When do I send... Read more »
You should provide the doctor’s note to your employer as soon as you possibly can. Also, if you are eventually terminated, you should contact an experienced employment law attorney to evaluate all of the facts surrounding the termination as you may have a claim for perceived disability...Read more »
This comes one week after I informed them that I am pregnant and one week after they issued themselves $75000-$84000 bonuses. They claim my pay reduction from $60000 to $40000 (now only female and least paid employee) is due to a slow in business. They offered me 10000 shares if and when the... Read more »
HR and top management did nothing. I recently found out from one of the HR members that this same employee has multiple pending sexual harassment lawsuits against him and the company. Which our company is settling. I asked for this employee to be kept away from me if these allegations are true.... Read more »
If the harassment is not sexual in nature, and is not based on your membership in a protected class (race, gender, age, etc.), then there is little protection available under the law. You should consult an employment attorney in your area to discuss the specific type of behavior to which the...Read more »
Am I allowed by Law to get paid paternal leave? If yes , for how long . I know that companies with 30 employees and more must provide their employees with paid leave, just not sure what is the laws saying about smaller businesses. Thank you.
Hi, the federal law governing medical leave, the Family Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") does not require the employer to give you *paid* leave. It protects your job if you take unpaid leave, however. One issue I see is whether or not your employer is covered by the FMLA. You state the employer...Read more »
Set an agreed upon lower base with a high compensation plan. Did a great job with sales and now my employer told me he was cutting my compensation plan by 75% because I made too much money. But also congratulations me on performance. Told me no room for negotiation and I had to give my answer... Read more »
This will depend on whether you have a written employment contract stating that you would be paid the agreed-upon amount for a specific amount of time (for example, for the next year). If you don't have this, then unfortunately you do not have a claim under federal law, as the Fair Labor...Read more »
I have a part time job where an undocumented employee got injured on the job and the employer is asking him to fill out an I-9 verification form so that he can pay the medical bills. By the looks of things it seems like my boss is trying to get rid of him and not actually pay for the medical bills,... Read more »
Both your boss and the undocumented worked are in violation of Federal law. It is unwise to post anything further about this in a public forum monitored by law enforcement. There is no attorney-client privilege online and this situation is far beyond the scope of this forum.
I told my boss and one manager that I was pregnant and asked them not to tell anyone else. My whole job now knows and I feel uncomfortable at work. Are they allowed to share my information against my wishes?
Probably not, as I believe that each party has the right to notice videotaped depositions under the federal rules of civil procedure and the District Court’s Local Rules. You should be able to obtain an agreement from defense counsel, or a consent order, limiting the dissemination of the video to...Read more »
Discrimination based on pregnancy is still illegal under the NJLAD, regardless if the employer is a small employer. If you feel you are being mistreated, discriminated, or fear you will lose your position because you are pregnant, consider a consultation for a case evaluation.
I am considering using an attorney at my OAL disciplinary hearing. It should be relatively easy since they falsified documents against me, violated their confidentiality policy, time frame policy, and out right lied on me. The internal affairs officer was since fired but the State is now forced to... Read more »
In order to prove a claim of retaliation, you will have to prove that you made a reasonable and good faith complaint of discrimination and suffered an adverse employment action For making your complaint. I would strongly recommend that you consult an experienced employment attorney as soon as...Read more »
An employer has an obligation to have an effective anti-discrimination policy and to exercise reasonable care to prevent and correct promptly any sexually harassing behavior. As an employee who is being harassed by unwelcomed harassment, you should take advantage of any preventive or corrective...Read more »
VP/Manager of rebar instillation division of established steel company. I have been out on medical leave/work comp and have sustained an acute lumbar disc herniation which required surgery, due to this injury I will have permanent physical limitations which are now covered under the ADA act. My... Read more »
You likely have 12 weeks of job protected medical leave under the FMLA and then ant extended medical leave with job protection would be a disability accommodation under federal and state disability law. As you contend that your medical restrictions will permit you to perform the essential functions...Read more »
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