I am a director and I have provided a legitimate reason for needing their addresses. Our HR department told me that due to privacy laws they have to maintain confidentiality and cannot release that information. I have to ask each employee separately for their address. My question is really based on... Read more »
This will depend on how much work you will be missing. Salaried employees' pay may be reduced if they are absent from work for one or more full work days. However, if you only miss part of your work day, your pay cannot be reduced.
A little back story is the CEO of the company I worked for sat me down and said I have a week and half to get vaccinated or bring in a religious/health exemption. I brought In a religious exemption but was informed they are denying it. There’s more details but that the main story. My question is... Read more »
The answer to your question depends on the basis for your religious exemption, as well as whether your request for modification of the mandatory vaccination policy would cause your employer undue burden. You should contact an employment law attorney in your area to discuss the details of your...Read more »
This kind of problem is under laws that are specific to each state, and different. This could be an invasion of your privacy or violate some other local requirement. However, it could be a reasonable requirement from the employer to determine whether your absence was excusable for HR purposed.....Read more »
Every month they assign "dashers" a premium service called "top dasher" if you meet all their requirements by the end of the month. I've met all of there requirements for 15 months, and this month, they refused to give me this service. This service entitles dashers more... Read more »
My former employer gave me a paper check that I deposited into my primary bank. I was told by the bank that the check was bad. They told me I didn't have to pay the fees for it, but that I was going to have my account closed.
I let my employer know and they gave me the okay to... Read more »
Stepdad has foot surgery months ago and had physical therapy, and the therapist was too aggressive and reinjured his foot, so he had to take another 6 weeks off, Docs orders. Foot still not healed. And his other foot now needs surgery. He informed his employer, who then fired him. Is this... Read more »
I was terminated for having a miscarriage. The child had a heartbeat on may 30th but no longer on may 1st when I was admitted to the emergency room. I called my boss and spoke to him that day told him what was happening and that the emergency room had given me a note to be out until may 5th. I was... Read more »
They demoted me twice, last year. Once time from an acting sergeant position, due to mistake that I made, the second from a training officer, with no explanation for the second one. When I ask the lieutenant and sergeants about this, they say I get placed in these units because I have no... Read more »
This is NOT about sexual orientation (that I'm aware of). My partner and I are working for a small company, I'm full-time and he is contracted. There are 3 office employees and 2 coworkers that have been hostile towards both of us at different times for the past month, HR is one of the... Read more »
Ive worked for a guy for 4 years as a 1099 on average 80 hours a week for straight pay, no unemployment for winter layoff or or anyother benfits besides loans i paid back with intrest. I was unaware there was a differece and we had agreed that i could buy his buisness in 3 years he didnt honor... Read more »
Courts consider numerous factors when determining whether a worker is properly classified as an employee or as an independent contractor. Employers sometimes misclassify their employees as independent contractors to avoid the minimum wage and overtime laws that apply to employees (and as you...Read more »
I recently stayed due to weather because the only person coming in had only worked one day. I tried to get a little sleep during his shift because I'd already worked 8hrs and had to be back on duty 8 hrs after his shift but now they won't pay me for the hours I stayed.
Federal law does not set maximum hour caps on how much employees can work, so even if your employer requires you to work 24 or more hours at a time, this is not an unlawful act. However, you must be paid for all the time you spend performing work. In your situation, you must be paid for all the...Read more »
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