For a case involving wrongful termination due to an allergic reaction to workplace chemicals, you would typically seek an employment lawyer with experience in wrongful termination and workplace discrimination cases.
More information would be needed in order to effectively answer your question. Can you not perform you work correctly in house because of a disability? if that were the case, you may be able to attempt to get reasonable accommodations. If you just prefer to work at home and they are requiring you...View More
In short, no. You have to exhaust the administrative remedies before seeking recourse through a personal civil law suit. An employment attorney could help you navigate how to expedite the process, however.
It just seems like certain demographics of people are used to complaining and using the police to manipulate and get things they want. For example, someone accuses hotel staff for stealing there jewelry, in an attempt comp a free room or reimbursement. They then claim they saw a hotel maid wearing... View More
This depends on the size of your employer. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act takes effect today, April 1, 2020. Under the Act, employees who are required to stay home to care for children whose schools have been closed due to COVID-19 concerns are required to receive sick pay at 2/3 their...View More
Sex-based discrimination and retaliation claims may be successful against an employer who hires, fires, or deprives an employee of important benefits because of a person's sex, or retaliates against a person who complains of sexual discrimination in the workplace. There are federal and state...View More
You want to consult a member of the Utah Assn for Justice that handles federal employment claims. They give free consultations. The notice of investigation you received from the Board should have that information on it.
Would put it on our personal insurance because he didn't have workman's comp for his employers. Very small company, we question if workman's comp is required. This was Friday 10/27/17, my husband was "let go" yesterday, 10/31/17!! Please help?
I'm not licensed in Nevada, and am not sure where this occurred, but in Utah the employer would have to have had workers compensation insurance (and I'm 99% certain that would be the case in Nevada -- I think it's the case in all states. Your husband should see a good personal injury...View More
It was a bar outside of work. So not on the premise of work. But managers are not allowed to hang out with employees outside of work. Which I knew, but I also didn't expect my boss to sexually assault me. I'm not saying I want to sue the company. My co-worker that was there though and... View More
I have worked at the State Hospital since 2008 when I got my RN license until January 10, 2017 when I was forced to quit or be terminated, accused of patient neglect. I worked on a unit that is one of the most difficult units in the hospital. There are severely ill patients and 2-3 day shift psych... View More
Possible, as that could be libel per se; however hopefully things are doing well, you are working hard to counter any suspicion they may have, and have prevented major fallout. Consult a member of the Utah Assn for Justice who handles slander cases--they give free consults.
Unemployment. I need help but the only help that I see is in Salt Lake. Legal Services closed my case before the last step, but it is still pending until I complete this step. I cannot understand the legal literature speaking whatever.
I have been interviewing for a general manager position at a large retailer, the first interview was with "John" the regional manager, he was very very friendly, second interview was with a different women. I was on a common app called grindr where gay men meet each other. I was contacted... View More
You would most likely have a very difficult time getting anywhere with this case. To start, it appears you voluntarily went to see him after seeing him on Grinder and being invited to come get naked. It doesn't appear he made any promises if you visited him, and you'd presumably have a...View More
If it is a sincere religious belief not to work on Sunday then they need to accommodate. You must let them know of the belief as well.
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