My friend is a nurse that works for a Sisters of Mercy clinic in the state of Missouri. Every major holiday, such as Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc., the clinic is closed but the nurses are forced to take a day of PTO for the "missed" day, even though the department made the choice to... Read more »
I'm gonna be unable to work because my injury will always be a part of my everyday life. A box slammed down on my left hand between my thumb and wrist and has left a large knot that hurts when lifting things and excessive usage causes it to swell. Doctors have named it chronic pain syndrome and... Read more »
HVAC company offering a dispatch position. Already had an initial interview, that is when they told me about this "work test" thing. I have never heard of anything like this before and it set off some red flags
I work at a technology company in New York and have been employed for 2 years. I'm being asked to sign termination paperwork that includes a lump sum severance payment, worth around 14 weeks of pay. I don't think this is sufficient given that I'll need to leave the US afterwards.
I got payed last on June 19th which is everyone’s payday (every 2 weeks) I have direct deposit. I got fired the 27th and so I thought I would get my last paycheck on payday, but I didn’t. That was suppose to be on the July 3rd. It’s July 17 and still nothing. Also when I got fired, the... Read more »
Under California law your employer is generally required to pay your final wages at the time of your termination. If they failed to do so, you may recover the unpaid wages plus you may be eligible to recover a penalty in the amount of your daily earnings for up to 30 days.
A notice provision is enforceable to the extent that the employer can sue you for damages that it incurs as a result of you leaving without giving the required notice. However the employer cannot simply not pay you money that is owed to you. It has to pay you all that you are owed, and then seek...Read more »
She is spending the company money at a massive rate, without the consent of the other shareholders or the other directors. Unfortunately, it is stated in the previous owners will that she get 60% of the shares.
Is it possible to declare her delinquent and force her to give up her shares?... Read more »
My new employer gave me a non compete clause that states I can not work in medical coding for 24 months after serperation from them wether its voluntary or involuntary. How is this legal? So if they fire me they can turn around and nail me for getting another job doing what my career is in?
Without reading the entire document--and knowing that Florida judges generally do not like overbearing non-competes I am concerned about the lawful ability of your employer to force you to sign a non-compete and then turn around and fire you--without cause--and then prevent you from seeking...Read more »
The employment contract which contained the restraint of trade clause was first singed 2 years after employment and not when I started working for the company and i had only singed it out of fear of losing my job. I also only had about 3 hours to read through it before it had to be singed.... Read more »
If you have a signed a written employment contract with your employer look closely for any terms that would allow you to break the contract or broken promises made by the employer; but before you do anything you should run this stuff by an Indiana lawyer experienced in employment law.
Let's suppose the background check company is the Federal OPM office, and the background check is for a standard public trust level job that doesn't require a secret or top-secret level clearance and that none of the jobs at your work site are classified. Further, Let's suppose the governments HR... Read more »
An employer must pay employees for time worked. An employer cannot refuse to pay an employee who could not take a break and who actually worked through the break. If this is the situation, you may wish to consult with an employment lawyer. The laws are set up so that the employer can be forced...Read more »
on the right front fender (I was not a the scene,found it like that). I got fired and now he wants to withhold my commission from a two car sales last week? If this is legal, how can I make sure he is not overcharging for the repair and adding extras to the damage?
This is in Alabama and the bank is capital one for one judgement for around $1,200 which is being garnished as a regular employee and I have another judgment for $2,000 something that can’t be garnished because I’m already being garnished I never went to court for this. If I was as a 1099 or... Read more »
Changing your employment status from regular employee to 1099 independent contractor will NOT stop or prevent a judgment creditor from seizing part of your paycheck. In fact, changing status will INCREASE the amount of the paycheck--which should bring a smile to your judgment creditor's ugly face.
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