I work in a warehouse in the state of florida and was told to remove my signs requiring masks saying that I couldn't have them by my hr lady. We had about 8 people test positive this month and I can not get sick due to health reasons of my own, and for loved ones. I want to know my rights but... Read more »
we were given an onboard vaccination status section to fill out by January 29. Besides the uploading of card and questions about dates of vaccine and booster for those who have opted to take vaccinations, there is a question for those who have not.
It gives 3 options to answer for why not:... Read more »
I had made an accommodation request of my employers to relocate from IL to FL on account of my health being impacted by the environment in IL as well as my spouse relocating. Despite sending several emails making a plea to my director, manager and HR to the fact that I will be without a home if I... Read more »
As far as I know, job abandonment is a valid reason for termination and denial of employment benefits in Florida and most other states. But to be sure you need to ask a lawyer in Illinois whether that is the law in Illinois.
It says 'insufficent evidence' for self employment for the continued payments starting Dec 27 2020. It was good enough for 2020 but then not anymore. I thought i uploaded schedule C from 2019 but apperently the DEO did not get it and so they claim i got to pay back 18x125 (not including... Read more »
Are we required by law to honor a pricing package made by the gym when we are 1099 contractors? If it is the gym "policy" to provide a Silver Sneakers member a training discount, then isn't it for their employees to honor, not contractors? The club takes 40% of each session no... Read more »
I have requested to either work at home or get a shift a change from my current job due to child care conflict and they claim there is nothing they can do for my shift change but they have done it for other employees.
The initial inquiry here is whether you believe you are being discriminated against (that is, being treated differently than others) based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, parental status, age, or disability. Is there a difference between you and the...Read more »
Because most if not all employers do not go to the expense of doing background checks until AFTER the applicant has been "hired." It is too expensive and takes too long to run background checks on every applicant
Hello I have a question. I live in the state of Florida. I was offered a position for a new job, my background cleared and is at 100% completion with no discrepancies. I was called by the company stating I answered no to their question for vaccine. I told her that is correct and also informed I... Read more »
Depends on whether your actions could be viewed as stealing your former employer's clients, which could give rise to a suit for tortious interference with contractual business relationships or advantageous business relationships. The absence of a non-compete clause may be irrelevant in that...Read more »
I am the owner of company A (Luxury Chocolates) & B (BizDev) and I will work as a BizDev contractor for company C (Luxury Candies). Company C provides to me full access to their portfolio of customers and wants me to sign an NDA with no time limit. What is the risk for me if company C finds out... Read more »
If either Luxury Chocolates or BizDev Co. does business with any of Luxury Candles' customers, you will presumed to have violated the NDA. If they take you to court, I suspect that it would be next to impossible for you to prove that you did not violate the agreement.
I got a phone call from acouple of people I used to work with telling me that the boss has told everyone that I felled a drug test is the reason I no longer work there. After 17yrs with them. I do have recording device thats for my phone and I do have audio of them telling me this.
Our van was in Penske shop and swapped for box truck rental . I was fired for “ refusal to work “ when in reality I have never drove a box truck before and felt uncomfortable and unsafe doing so . Is this legal for company to fire me when this was never in the original job description or there... Read more »
Because Florida is an “at will” state, which means private employers are free to hire, promote, demote, suspend, terminate, reinstate, and rehire employees for any reason—or for no reason--at any time, i.e., “at will.”
I am an exempt employee (manager) and my comp bank is almost always full. Due to the nature of my work (events) I am unable to take enough time off to keep my comp bank down. My employer notified me that because I was unable to use it, I have forfeited over 100 hours. Since I can’t take that much... Read more »
I was hired as a guest-service associate in 2017; it was considered a part-time position. However, from November 2018 to June 2021, I assumed the responsibilities of a receptionist with some administrative-assistant related responsibilities. I typically worked 38-40 hours a week on average, but was... Read more »
For small employers, benefit plans tend to be offered on a voluntary basis: there is generally no legal requirement that small employers provide health or welfare benefits to their employees, unless your employment contract requires it or your employer is providing the same benefit to similarly...Read more »
Morally, yes they should. Legally, there currently is no requirement to do so. Transit workers unions have been asking Congress to pass a Federal law requiring such hazard pay - see: https://www.atu.org/media/releases/the-atu-and-twu-to-congress-hero-transit-workers-deserve-hazard-pay...Read more »
Because Florida is an “at will” state, which means private employers are free to hire, promote, demote, suspend, terminate, reinstate, and rehire employees for any reason—or for no reason--at any time, i.e., “at will.”...Read more »
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