If your work permit renewal application was received by USCIS on the same day your previous permit expired, and you have a receipt notice as evidence, you may still be eligible for the automatic extension of your work authorization for up to 180 days while your renewal is pending. It's...View More
It depends on the reason the company gave for your separation. If they told you that you were being released due to your health and age, then you may have a legal claim against them if you were still able to perform the essential functions of your position.
So I know this probably about 2 months ago $150 was being taken out and labeled miscellaneous and that has happened three or four more times since then now it's probably around the total around $600 this isn't the first time I've had discrepancies with my company I have multiple... View More
Employers are limited with respect to items they are permitted to withhold from your paycheck. They are generally permitted to withhold certain taxes and benefits that you have agreed to. Otherwise, they are not permitted to withhold additional amounts without written authorization from you. In...View More
I currently work in Arizona for a non-profit and have not been employed with this company for 12 months. I will be out of work for a minimum of 6 weeks and should fully recover in 12 weeks. Can I apply for anything to compensate for my bills after the surgery that did not occur on the job?
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This is something that an employment law attorney would know best, in terms of PTO or leave programs, or the applicable policies of your employer. Some questions remain unanswered on this forum, but you could...View More
I have a friend who files for disability through social security. She is 63 years old and has chronic pain and health problems. She is making the lowest wage in a small business and is continuously discriminated through the company. She is harassed about not being able to use technology as well as... View More
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does provide protection against discrimination for individuals with disabilities, and this may include those receiving Social Security Disability benefits. Your friend may be able to take legal action if she believes she has been discriminated against due...View More
Also note my coworkers that hold same position, but for less time , may it be in general or only at my location, and that have more complaints and refunds and money missing and things on their shifts that I don't have happen, are all making more than me and they are all under 25, and I am a... View More
Unless you have evidence that the specific reason you are being paid less than your younger co-workers is your age, you probably don’t have a valid claim for unlawful employment discrimination under the facts stated in your question.
It is lawful not to increase the wage rate of a worker...View More
And your question is? Is this legal? Yes, most states have "at will" employment unless there is a written agreement to the contrary, this means the employer can terminate your employment at any time without any reason, except for having an illegal reason. So effectively you are...View More
I am an LPN at a company where a CNA quit and I was told that I will now work full-time as a CNA to make up the gap. I reached out, had a meeting with my direct supervisor, and sent an email with my regional manager asking if this is a permanent roll and they will not say if it is or not as they... View More
There is not anything inherently unlawful about your employer's actions in switching you to a different job. If, however, you believe your employer is intending to force your resignation based on a protected class characteristic (race, sex, age, disability, religion, veteran status), then you...View More
I used to work for a company that had a data breach last year. I have extensive knowledge of the processed areas available on their servers. They didnt report the breach properly and it is understated to the public. I feel I should help a class action lawsuit with this. My information was... View More
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Defamation generally involves a false statement that results in harm to dignitary interests (reputation). That isn't fully clear from the brief description. However, more important than that is the suit you...View More
This will depend on your correct classification as an exempt or non-exempt employee. The business also must be covered as an employer under the FLSA which in some cases only require them to gross $500,000 in revenue per calendar year. If you are a non-exempt employee and you don't take a...View More
this happened a week ago 09/08/2023 and I have not received a follow up about the situation, not report has been asked for me to file at work and I've just been told nothing can be done because he already quit. I don't feel like anything has been done about the station and an employee for... View More
Good morning, sorry to hear about the situation at work and at least the person who was harassing you is gone. I'm a workers' compensation attorney and this question should be answered by an employment lawyer. You might want to try reposting your inquiry and limit it to employment and...View More
former employee has not been employed by the former employer for a year. The sister did not request to see the wage order. The employer sent it to prove he wasn't responsible for being the cause of another legal matter. Was this legal and if not what would be the be coarse of action for the... View More
A child support wage withholding order is a public record. A former employee has no reasonable expectation of privacy with respect to a former employer disseminating a public record without the employee’s consent as such consent is not required.
I worked for a company at the beginning of the year who while working for them. I had to pay a monthly subscription to a software called CRM. I stopped working with them back in April and found I was still being charged for the software. I contacted the owner of the company and advise them via text... View More
I recently resigned after countless emails to HR, my supervisor, Lead, and management about a co-worker that made some inappropriate comments towards me and after I didn't reciprocate he told other co-workers I was "hard to work with" some comments he made... View More
In Arizona, employment laws aim to protect workers' rights and prevent unfair treatment in the workplace. When it comes to using paid time off (PTO) or taking sick leave, employers generally cannot retaliate against employees for exercising their rights.
Currently requesting an ADA accommodation due to my high anxiety working in office at my workplace. I am diagnosed with Bipolar 1 and have had a history of anxiety. I let my company know about my disability; however, to approve the request, I am required to provide proof of disability and... View More
More information is needed to answer your question. You should contact an Arizona employment attorney to discuss your situation in greater detail, because disability-related issues are highly fact dependent.
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