I'm a Healthcare provider in NYS and do not want to be vaccinated. I am being asked to resign. What are the risks/benefits for resignation verses being laid off or terminated? I understand I will not get unemployment
The main benefit of resignation is that you will not have a termination on your record. For example, when applying for new jobs, many job applications will inquire as to whether you've ever been terminated from a previous job. By resigning in lieu of being terminated, you will avoid any...Read more »
Face Coverings for COVID-19 Prevention Effective date: 8/27/21
Pursuant to the authority vested in the Public Health and Health Planning Council and the Commissioner of Health by Sections 201, 206, and 225 of the Public Health Law, Title 10 (Health) of the Official Compilation of Codes,... Read more »
I have been suspended from my workplace for almost a month due to a security breach. My account was used to make administrative changes to our users via a vpn connection. Upon looking further into my home network I realized an unknown user has accessed my incoming connection Keylogged my system,... Read more »
Your employer is not violating the law by keeping you on a leave of absence while the police investigate the security breach. Unfortunately, there is not much you can do in this situation besides wait.
I work in NYC, at will, salaried. My employer requested that I share my diploma and transcripts so that they can share them with immigration officials to help a new hire get a work visa. My employer did not indicate that the request was optional. Can they legally request that? Can they share my... Read more »
The USCIS has gotten extremely obnoxious to employers for H1-b visa applications. The unrighteous restrictions placed upon lawful non-immigrant/immigrant employment visa applicants smothers the U.S. economy due to bigotry and ignorance. They used to allow 200,000 H1b visas in the 1990s, but it...Read more »
that they interested in you and you follow all protocol by staying in touch etc. Then they decide to tell you the position has been filled and then you find out they reposted the job. Is there any bias here because they show interest in you and they tell you they filled the position and now it is... Read more »
Many say that it is a very tight job market. An employee's choice. The candidate they selected may have accepted a better offer or failed to show for their first day of work. Human Resources thought the position was filled and here they are. Or...Read more »
My boss gave me a company bonus check for project commissions in my duration. Do I have to report this to Unemployment NY? The check was issued from a payroll account of the company. this isn’t severance it is a bonus owed to me from last years project completion commission percentage. They did... Read more »
Limited duty medical assignment cost me promotion even though all my assigned tasks were completed without being effected by medical condition. Work For NYC Sanitation. Passed over for promotion due to being on limited duty assignment (no driving) even though my assigned position doesn't... Read more »
I am 50 and I just got my EMT certification (NYS) I had an interview yesterday. They asked if I ever had any moving violations and I said never. He then asked when I started driving and I said when I was 16. That should’ve been the end of his questions but then he went on to ask me how long... Read more »
The program is for promotional growth and advance. Higher pay and higher position. I was accepted and then taken out of the program. I have not received any disciplinary charges still and that's why they saying I was removed from the promotional opportunity.
have salary inequity concerns at a private university in NY. i would like to request information on my peer's salary to assure indeed i am paid equitably. what are the wage transparency laws? can i legally request this information from my employer? my employer is a federal contractor
Under New York State Laws only civil service employees have access to their own and colleagues' personnel files. Private organizations don't even have to provide access to employees' own personnel files under New York Labor Laws.
You ask a very timely and valid question. We...Read more »
Is your employer motivated by an improper purpose to give others overtime which you are denied? For example, race, religion, color, gender, etc... are factors used by your employer when he decides who gets overtime? He cannot deny you overtime because you are a woman (just guessing) but he could...Read more »
There is a section here on this site for that area of law. You are talking about defamation laws. Below the main categories, you'll see linked text, "Show More Categories." You'll see "Libel & Slander" near the top of the third column of categories. There's no...Read more »
Is there a maximum amount or percentage a lawyer can charge for title V cases against a government agency settled at the EEOC level? I was told by a friend who practices family law out of State that the fees they can charge are capped similar to what disability lawyers can charge. Another piece of... Read more »
Apparently, you may be situated in a state outside of New York. I limit my active practice to New York State. Each state enacts laws regarding ethical behavior and conduct of lawyers. Many adopt the model rules but there are exceptions.
In New York State lawyers fees are determined by the...Read more »
The parent company recently bought a similar company to the one I work for now and they are taking over all areas and top mgmt is being filled with their people. Many people are being fired. No communication is being shared as to how the team is being selected. It is supposed to be a merger but a... Read more »
I have not received test results and I have been working in biohazardous conditions that were not outlined in my contract. I also cannot return home yet since my father is battling a 9/11 related cancer and is extremely... Read more »
An employment attorney should advise on your matter, but you await a response for a week. In addition to reaching out to an employment law attorney, you could also consider consulting with a workers' comp attorney to learn about whether the nature of your job duties might possibly be relevant...Read more »
My supervisor said he was sent an email stating my employer wanted to fire me for using a phone during work hours, which I have done previously for over a year. I and another employee, both women of color, were told we were acting suspicious and how they were afraid we were planning a robbery at... Read more »
Maybe? Are you working in a hostile workplace? What evidence is there that black and/or Hispanic or other minority employees are being targeted? Have similar threats been made against other employees who may not be protected? Have you suffered an adverse employment action?
Previously had been diagnosed and treated for LTBI (Latent TB infection) and informed HR/Manager of my previous history as a negative TB test is required for employment. Due to LTBI I will never have a negative test. Now the employer is revoking the job offer.
Call 518-474-7000 the New York State Deprtment of Health. It oversees TB testing and treatment regimens. If you work in one of the many industries where it is necessary to prove that you are not infectious you may have to show a particular treatment regimen. Once you comply with whatever New York...Read more »
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