they quoted: Under Article 113 of the Colorado Business Corporation Act, saying "If you wish to assert dissenters’ rights, you must deliver to the Company, no later than [30 DAYS AFTER NOTICE]" which has expired.. I'm curious if someone sends a notice saying you have 30 days and... Read more »
My job is currently 100% remote and has been since March of 2020. We are so “remote” we are not even allowed into our former office building to retrieve personal or work related items. There are currently no dates or plans for us to return to working on-site. They are now mandating that even... Read more »
FYI: Your doctor might be able to "order you to self-isolate" but they cannot order your employer to do anything. Even if your employer is as stupid as they look, you must either do what they say or take the consequence. Your doctor cannot help you; neither can Florida law.
No. If the employer knew or should have known that you were working, you are entitled to be paid for the time worked. However, you could be subject to discipline, including termination, for failing to adhere to their time clocking policy.
I'm unvaccinated and was exposed to Covid by a coworker at work. My job is requiring me to quarantine without pay for a minimum of 7 days. Are they allowed to withhold pay from me since I was exposed at work?
Yes. Private employers in Florida can do anything they want to their employees, as long as the reason they are doing it (or not doing) does not violate the Florida Civil Rights Act. You have two options: Get vaccinated and get "Covid pay" or refuse and get none.
No. Information about an employee’s COVID-19 vaccination status is considered confidential medical information under the ADA. Additionally, under Florida law, every employer who provides health insurance benefits "shall maintain the confidentiality of information relating to the medical...Read more »
Yes. Why? Because Florida is an “at will” state, which means private employers are free to hire, promote, demote, suspend, reinstate, fire and rehire employees for any reason at any time, i.e., “at will.” The only thing employers cannot do is make any of these adverse employment decisions...Read more »
Yes. However, if you have a diagnosed disability which a physician says makes you medically ineligible for the vaccine, and you are fired for not being vaccinated, you may have a potential disability discrimination claim, as well as a potential unemployment compensation claim. From what I've...Read more »
They let me go stating I did everything they asked but were changing directions. They offered me a severance no strings attached. Said they wouldn't enforce me non compete as long as I didn't solicit. Their words were they aren't A holes and wouldn't keep me from working. I... Read more »
No, it's not discrimination, it's failure to abide by their word. If they want the severance payment(s) back they will have to sue you for the money. At that point, should it come to that, you can tell the judge your side of the story.
I live in Florida and where I work it is recommended but not mandatory to have the Covid-19 vaccine. However, every chance my manager gets she bashes me publicly in front of my coworkers and customers. Saying things such as “ you’re going to be the reason another catastrophe happens”. If the... Read more »
Good question. While a private employer is permitted to require employees to be vaccinated, information about an employee’s COVID-19 vaccination status is considered confidential medical information under the ADA. According to the EEOC, the ADA requires an employer to maintain the...Read more »
Under Florida law, private employers generally may require employees to be vaccinated as long as accommodations are made for disability or religious objections, as recently described by EEOC. Under federal law, there have been recent challenges under 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3, which addresses the...Read more »
I'm a 34 year-old African American, living in Pensacola FL. I recently applied for a job as a cashier at Dollar General. They were in desperate need of employees, even holding open interviews. I hit if off with the manager right away, and the interview was a complete success. She... Read more »
I was required to work 10 hours on the Monday following July forth. My days off are Sunday and Monday since I reglarly work Tuesday through Saturday.. The employer gave me Sunday and Tuesday off and Tuesday was holiday pay of 8 hours. This gives me a total of 50 hours which would mean 10 hours of... Read more »
Your employer is not required by law to offer any pay for vacation time, holiday time, or any other time during which you are not performing work. Thus, if your employer does offer paid time off, it can use the policy it establishes to do so, and the above pay policy you've described is permissible.
I made a mistake a used material that I thought was scrap. Boss saw it Nad sid it wasn't scrap. So he is deducting $500 from my paycheck. I told him that it illegal and he told me if I didn't and agree to it then I wax getting fired just because I told him it's illegal
1. I hope you learned that you were lucky when your boss decided to deduct the $500 instead of just terminating you. 2. And I hope you realize you should have agreed to pay for the expensive material you ruined because now you have no job.
The manager is now telling me to wait 2 more weeks which is now putting me in a bond purchasing my meds and getting to and from my new job is there something I can do not to mention I had fell 2 or 3 months ago and sprained my ankle bad and they won't even help with the medical bills
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