Wanted to know if I can file a sexual harassment complaint against her without any repercussions from work or being arrested. This would be a true complaint. I work for federal government
answered on Dec 6, 2021
Meet with an attorney who specializes in this area to evaluate all of the detail in private. If you are a member of a collective bargaining unit, there may be other avenues to explore for resolution as well.
resulting in an increase of 40%. I recently found out that I’ve only been receiving a quarter of what my Colleague is getting for bi annual bonuses. I’ve been getting $7K at Christmas and my Colleague has been getting $30K. Is this considered an unfair practice on my Employer’s part?
answered on Jan 10, 2020
Take your contract to an attorney and review the particulars to ensure you are getting the benefit of the bargain.
answered on Oct 16, 2018
What do you mean when you ask if you may work with arresting officers?
answered on Mar 3, 2018
I do not have sufficient information to answer this completely or with true accuracy. Under Federal and Rhode Island Law, a supervisor cannot discriminate against employees for certain reasons. Those reasons are race, gender, age, disability, perceived disability, ethnic background, religious... Read more »
Its a long story but I've been with this company many years, (almost 20 years) I am beyond devastated,
answered on Mar 3, 2018
I do not have sufficient information to answer this question fully or accurately. Let me give you my initial impressions. I assume you are a member of a Laborers Union which has assigned you for many years to a specific business. You have apparently performed your job well and you are being forced... Read more »
Nepotism in Rhide Island
answered on Jun 11, 2017
Perhaps the Judge's cousin is achieving extraordinary results Talk to the steward and find out what's what.
This condition makes it unfair and inequitable to every and all members paying the same dues. The CBA only states by seniority. " it's always been this way" is the answer I recused as to why it isn't a fair rotating list. Is there any repercussions against the union or the body... Read more »
answered on Aug 21, 2016
Speak to your union rep and the attorney that is provided by your union. If necessary, take your agreement and meet privately with an employment lawyer.
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