My employer detailed a $6,000 a month x 12 month training cost that required 24 months of work upon completion of the program otherwise repayment for the uncompleted months. Research shows the training program used did not cost 72k and my training did not last 12 months, only the “orientation... Read more »
More information is needed here - you should contact a New Jersey contract attorney to discuss your situation in greater detail. Repayment terms are generally enforceable to the extent they fairly approximate the value of what your employer paid for. However, the longer you've worked with the...Read more »
Employers have a lot of discretion regarding changes to work schedules, and there are no laws that require employers to offer a certain amount of hours, so your employer's actions are not inherently unlawful. However, if you believe your hours have been reduced based on a discriminatory animus...Read more »
Thank you Paula for your initial response. What the employees signed was the last page of an employee manuel. None of the pages had a date. Should this still be a concern in reference to the question in regards to conflict of interest and confidentiality. There is no date of reference to comply... Read more »
I have a company wanting me to consult (I am currently not working) however, it would involve me calling some former clients to see if they would be interested in paying lower fees . If so I would forward them to the new company. The employee manual clause from the old company states: All... Read more »
One of our collective bargaining agreements includes an addition $[1.50 per hour if certain equipment is utilized. However our employer told me that because I’m already making prevailing wage in NJ they don’t need to pay me any additional money. They told me I’m making enough money.
My job recently denied my medically necessary leave to repair torn ligaments in my ankle. They told me I do not qualify for FMLA in NJ because I started as a temp so I have not been employed for 12 months, even though I blow past the hours requirement. I was told to apply for "reasonable... Read more »
Federal law does not require employers to offer any form of paid time off - you need only be paid for the hours you actually work. Thus, employers have a lot of discretion regarding changes to PTO policies. However, if you have an employment contract with the school, you should see if any language...Read more »
My drug test came back positive, but I still don't know specifically for what. It could be the medication I am on or the thc from smoking. I have no idea which one came up. They gave me an offer and I was going through the on-boarding process when they sent me a random email saying I have been... Read more »
Yes, just because certain drugs are taken by prescription or if they have been legalized does not mean that an employer has to hire you. I do not believe that they are required to indicate what drug or if that makes any difference whatsoever. Good luck and try some place else.
The clause says “In appreciation of your full time
employment, a $10,000 bonus will be paid, with the understanding and agreement that you will work at [business name] for a year. A 1099 will be issued against this payment.” There is no language specifying repayment and I was a W2... Read more »
You should have your full agreement reviewed by a New Jersey contract attorney to determine your rights and obligations under the agreement. There may be other portions of your agreement that alter or change the terms of the clause you listed, so a review that is limited to a specific clause in an...Read more »
Generally yes. These actions may be considered improper if you have an "expectation of privacy" in the area, but workplace common areas generally do not provide the "expectation of privacy" necessary to form a claim.
I believe the employee, if accident occurred while in his employment, would be entitled to coverage from the county. I recommend filing a title 59 notice if you are the Plaintiff. The time for this to be done is short, so speak with counsel.
My employer wrote me up then fired me due to coworker making up complete lies to cover up her lack of working.i I finally askedmy director can we all speak together so Ivan hear it directly to me not about me hearsay she said no I don't like confrontations. I stated thati should be allowed to... Read more »
Your employer does not necessarily have to hear your version. Are you a union member? If so, you can file a grievance. Have you experienced discrimination or complained of discrimination/illegal activity in the workplace? Could this be the real reason for the termination?
along with harrasment from a Supervisor. I had a clean record up until last month which resulted in HR intervene. Requested to move to another shift to which the manager would not approve as I was labeled "a problem not moving" HR had me sit in a meeting with the manager and supervisor... Read more »
hired by a recruiter , denied employment for failed drug test, the drug is legal in my state (recreation and medicinal) my state protects people against denial of employment on the grounds of discrimination. im trying to find out who can i sue. the recruiter or the firm who the recruiter is hiring... Read more »
It could be. How large is this employer? How many employees are there in total that received raises? Were your co-workers employees longer than you were with this company? Do they have the same type of job as you do? The employer must be able to articulate the reasons why you were not treated...Read more »
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