At my work I put in for paid family leave of absence and the only one I told about it was human resources. A few days after some of my fellow coworkers we’re coming up to me saying I heard you were taking a leave soon? Do I have any recourse against the company I work for being that human... Read more »
An employment attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to consult with an employment attorney for meaningful guidance here, you could see whether the company policy or other guidelines address the return of these items. As a PRACTICAL matter if it...Read more »
The company has an address in CT and rents office space in Manhattan where their NYC employees report to. Salaried employees get paid $25-$40K per year and do not get paid overtime. Employer rationale is that they are not a NYC employer because they're based in CT.
Every employer who does business in New York State must comply with New York State's Labor Laws. Any employer who does business in New York City must comply with both New York State's and New York City's Labor Laws.
The company I work at is majority female run. My department head is female, my manager is female, and my counterparts are female. All HR personal are female. My title is the same as my female counter parts, as are my roles and responsibilities. My effort and performance is on par or better, and I... Read more »
Maybe. Your sexual orientation or identity makes no difference regarding the application of federal or state laws. You should discuss this issue with some employment lawyers in confidence. There are many different ways to approach it. Skilled employment lawyers may be able to help you.
I have worked for a company for 2 weeks. They only paid half of my wages but they helped me with accommodation and transportation from house to work place. We did not make any contract, I did not sign anything but working hours and pay rate were written on an application. I had to leave the country... Read more »
Everyone in New York State is entitled to be paid no less than minimum wage for all labor which an employer permits an employee to suffer. However, an employer is also entitled to recover any loans or advances to which employer and employee agreed. Some lawyer will need to review all documentation,...Read more »
I have not received test results and I have been working in biohazardous conditions that were not outlined in my contract. I also cannot return home yet since my father is battling a 9/11 related cancer and is extremely... Read more »
An employment attorney should advise on your matter, but you await a response for a week. In addition to reaching out to an employment law attorney, you could also consider consulting with a workers' comp attorney to learn about whether the nature of your job duties might possibly be relevant...Read more »
I have a separation agreement, where if I disagree with the regulatory filing that my previous employer filed, which I do, I can file an arbitration case. My question is if I lose at the arbitration, can I be forced to pay the legal bill for the other party? Also when filing at American Arbitration... Read more »
It would be best for an employment law attorney to advise you, but you await a response for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter with American Arbitration Association arbitrations for property & casualty insurance claims NOT INVOLVING employment matters, my experience has been that claimants are not...Read more »
I recently just checked to see if he was consistant with that and it went back to $17. Is this something that is legal in NYC? August 19th it was was increased. Now im back to 17 without anyone telling me.
My friend has been working for a 4-week internship during the summer. He worked for 5 days a week, however he claimed for three days. The state is now asking him to provide information regarding my employer offering me internship, and asking which days of the week he worked for. What should he do... Read more »
The state, meaning the DOL, can detect the specific IP address where any claimant logs in to certify for benefits. The DOL also warns claimants to never disclose their login credentials to anyone else. When someone other than the claimant certifies for benefits the DOL discovers that as well. It is...Read more »
started a new job and found out everyone in department has had covid19. To protect myself I wear surgical masks my supervisor called me to her office to tell me she's not comfortable with me wearing a mask. In my interview i was told They practice all cdc guidelines which i found out is a... Read more »
Most of us continue to wear masks because the studies show that masks protect other people from contracting any disease which we ourselves might carry unknowingly. I myself also feel better breathing through a mask although I know that if someone near me is not wearing...Read more »
They let me go do to my attendance and that they couldn't follow the restriction the doctor put on my note. My attendance was only messed up due to the fact of my injury. My injury had happened at my job. I had injured my knee cap
I am a govt worker in NY. On the weekend, I was sending a personal email to a friend. I playfully made a sexual remark about a female coworker. But at that very moment, I was in a personal email back-and-forth with another female coworker.
I accidentally sent the email about the female... Read more »
I work in solar sales, paid commission. Normally I get 25% when job is started and 75% of my pay when it is installed (typically 2-3 months later but covid made that 4-6 months). My company took the PPP money and paid all the salespeople on all their jobs the full amount with those funds. However,... Read more »
My supervisor said he was sent an email stating my employer wanted to fire me for using a phone during work hours, which I have done previously for over a year. I and another employee, both women of color, were told we were acting suspicious and how they were afraid we were planning a robbery at... Read more »
Maybe? Are you working in a hostile workplace? What evidence is there that black and/or Hispanic or other minority employees are being targeted? Have similar threats been made against other employees who may not be protected? Have you suffered an adverse employment action?
Previously had been diagnosed and treated for LTBI (Latent TB infection) and informed HR/Manager of my previous history as a negative TB test is required for employment. Due to LTBI I will never have a negative test. Now the employer is revoking the job offer.
Call 518-474-7000 the New York State Deprtment of Health. It oversees TB testing and treatment regimens. If you work in one of the many industries where it is necessary to prove that you are not infectious you may have to show a particular treatment regimen. Once you comply with whatever New York...Read more »
My children are going to be attending school remotely and my employer wants me to supply them with documentation that proves this point. Is it legal for them to ask me for documentation when the whole world is affected by COVID-19, it's not like I do not want to return to work physically but... Read more »
The documentation is to try to protect your job. Many employees are losing their jobs. You have a duty to cooperate with reasonable requests by your employer. For example, if you had vacationed in a COVID-19 hotspot state the employer could require you to quarantine and undergo tests to prove that...Read more »
It would be best if an employment attorney took your question, but it remains open for four weeks. Until you are able to get the input of someone with expertise in this area (or if you are not able to ultimately get a response), one measure you could consider would be to present your proposed...Read more »
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