I was told to quarantine in march after traveling, but no federal, state or local government issued a mandatory quarantine after travel. So my work decided to tell me to quarantine for a week, which normally is 2 weeks so that doesn't make sense already. And they forced me to use 1 week of the... Read more »
Hi, if your employer has fewer than 500 employees, they are likely covered by the FFCRA. The FFCRA requires employers to pay employees for up to two weeks (80 hours) at the employee's regular rate of pay if the individual is unable to work because the employee is quarantined (pursuant to...Read more »
So my wife and I work at the same place and we know the owner on a personal level outside of work. Well we got into an argument over the weekend and now he's taking it out on us at work. He called my wife a lier and said she should be ashamed to be a mother. He also brought up some personal... Read more »
Missouri is an employment at will state. It is not unlawful for your employer to be mean, unprofessional, or rude. You have not articulated that any part of the situation was based upon your or your wife's membership in a protected class. If you believe there was unlawful discrimination you...Read more »
I was working at a small ma and pa dinner and they shut down the end of February for a remodel. Said it should be about a month and then we can come back. Well right around the middle of March they opened up, but only take out, cause of covid 19. I was not one to work at this time still, I applied... Read more »
"Misconduct", an act of wanton or willful disregard of the employer's interest, a deliberate violation of the employer's rules, a disregard of standards of behavior which the employer has the right to expect of...Read more »
Out of state company. I am remote sales in St Louis area. Terminated with out cause. Pay structure was base pay, commission and bonus. They paid on base pay only which was about 58% of what I feel I was owed. Policy calls for vacation being paid on pay rate. I say pay includes commission. Be... Read more »
I’m not sure what you mean by “call in” to work. You didn’t provide context but in general an employer in Missouri may fire you for any reason at any time. There are exceptions. Meet with an attorney if you believe an exception to the employment-at-will doctrine.
I use to train at this gym, but I left and ended my contract with them. I then signed with another gym. The old gym had a no dating client rule. One of their employees and I fell for each other. I haven't been at that gym for over a year, but can that employee still be fired for dating me?
(I recived my final check from my ex employer. I took the check the same day to a check cashing place and cashed it. Today the check cashing place called me and told me that my ex employer had placed a stop payment on the check and I owed them the money back plus fees. We are paid for current week... Read more »
Your post is unclear because you don't explain why the employer is claiming you owe the employer rather than vice versa. Therefore, it is hard to assess whether you owe your former employer or vice versa. For example, if the the check was to cover more than days you had worked, then I could...Read more »
The position in question is an office receptionist, non-salaried at no more than $600/week, not managerial or administrative. I need help finding the actual statute that shows what this law is currently.
I have a friend who works at an animal hospital and her job is to clean and care for the animals. She’s been left a couple notes regarding her cleaning in the past week, and now today her boss is telling her that she’s not getting paid for the work she’s been doing because they feel as though... Read more »
I agree with Mr. Eisenberg. Typically, an employer must pay an employee for all hours worked and cannot make deductions based on the quality of the work. However, if the deducted pay still keeps her above the minimum wage rate (calculated by dividing her total compensation by the hours worked for...Read more »
I never received a paycheck from a place I worked for only one day and I assumed it was because I was still training. I just received a W-2 from them saying I did earn wages but I never received them despite setting up direct deposit. Who would I contact about this, some legal department or the... Read more »
I have been working with a property manager/owner that focuses on low income housing for several years as general maintenance. I am responsible for work orders for current residents, inspections from various housing agencies and City of St louis building division, leasing, and training/running new... Read more »
Whether you are an independent contractor or an employee, it sounds like you are owed money. Your options are to try to get paid on your own, file suit on your own, or hire an attorney to try to get you paid or to file suit.
I was working for this company for 2 and a half years. At first I was just a kennel tech 8.50/hr when i first started. Few months later they made me kennel manager and on salary for 650.00 till just recently I got fired. Being kennel manager they let me get the house that's on the property. At... Read more »
A "legal" eviction requires a court case and judgment against you before the landlord can have the sheriff execute on the judgment and return possession to the landlord. It sounds like you were given a notice to vacate from the landlord and that the landlord will likely file suit if you...Read more »
I have an issue with my current employer which has made working there stressful on me. I have put in to leave at the end of April but want to leave sooner. My question is on asking for a severance package. While it would be hard for me to prove unpaid overtime, I am sure the company knows since... Read more »
I started working a new job a couple weeks to a month ago, and I started to develop rashes and stuff immediately, I went and talked to one of my managers and they told me that I would still need to work in the kitchen because it might be dry skin. I went to the doctors about it and they told me... Read more »
You may have a claim for failure to accommodate under the Americans with Disabilities Act. To establish this claim, you must prove (1) you are a qualified individual with a disability; (2) your disability was known by your employer; and (3) your employer failed to make a reasonable accommodation...Read more »
I was injured at work and was told that I needed back surgery because I had a compressed disc so I went through with it and it didn't help at all now I have scar tissue that prevents me from having any further surgeries to help me this was during a comp case I am disabled now and the doctors... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with your injury and ensuing surgery. Unfortunately, an attorney can't really make a call on this based on these brief facts, despite the admission made by the doctor you describe. What they can do is request your medical records, including diagnostic imaging...Read more »
I used to work for a restaurant that got sued for a labor law infringement and I don’t know what law firm was hired on behalf of all plaintiffs in the case. I should have received my settlement by now, in the mail, in the form of two checks. Where is it?! How do I find out what the total... Read more »
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