I informed payroll, HR, and management the day I got paid That my check was short. I call everyday to ask for updates everday they tell me they are working on it and have to wait for the owner's approval to give me a check. They owe me 1300$ that supposed to be on my regular paycheck.
Hi. I would wait to hear what payroll, HR, and management say. Does missing that portion of your pay put you below the minimum wage? Is the check for any overtime you worked during the pay period? If so, you may have a claim. But I would try to resolve this internally since you are still working...Read more »
Over the last few years I've been injured at work 3 times and filed a workers comp claim for 2 of them (first and third). For those 2, my boss had me cancel each claim and say that I didn't need the benefits anymore. He wanted me to do this so his number of processed claims and insurance... Read more »
Although it is not entirely clear that an agreement to waive workers compensation claims is enforceable, that is what your employer entered into. Specifically, your employer agreed to pay for (some) wages and medical costs if you did not file a...Read more »
We have been together off and on over 10 years. I’ve always took care of them and had them with me. He rarely ever spends time with them due to running a buisness and constantly working. No paternity test established other than store bought. He’s not on the birth certificates. I’ve been... Read more »
A court will review all the facts to determine what parenting arrangement is in the best interest of the children. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to review your situation and advise you.
I would need substantially more information to properly answer this. What was the nature of the promissory estopple? Why would you be unable to work for thirty years as a result of the breach of promise?
I'm a STNA in Ohio and was recently removed from the schedule due to "down staffing" but then I found out that someone else is covering my hours. This was done out of spite and leaves me with no pay check. What are my options?
While employers may require their employees to give notice before they resign, they do not need to allow you to work through your termination notice period. So, in your situation, your employer need not let you work the full two weeks leading up to your resignation. This is because Ohio is an...Read more »
There are very specific privacy laws surrounding this. Talk with an employment attorney. Also, background checks are not free, so it is a good sign that they are requesting it, but I have only heard of background checks requested after a conditional offer is made and accepted. Talk to an employment...Read more »
My fiances work had a covid exposure so everyone had to get tested. They made them return to work without seeing the results and more employees tested positive thus resulting in further exposure. Is this something that can be taken to court for those who test positive because the employer did not... Read more »
First, your fiance would need to test positive for COVID, or another employee would want to sue. In every lawsuit, you must prove the four following things: duty, breach, causation, and injury. Your fiance's employer has a duty to provide him with a safe workplace. The question will become if...Read more »
I worked in a restaurant kitchen. My manager wanted to fire me for a while because I once point out that she did not follow the rules announced on the very morning. She cut off my working time while added my working load. Then she ganged with other employee to harass me –to test my temperature... Read more »
Hi, more facts are needed here to fully evaluate your claim, but it doesn't appear your termination was unlawful based on what you stated here. Your termination could have been unlawful if it was based on your race, color, gender, religion, amongst other things. I would reach out to an...Read more »
As a matter of Ohio law, this is not illegal. Ohio is a one-party state for recordings, which means only one person has to be aware that the interaction is being recorded and consent to it to have the recording be legal. Her recording you at work may violate a corporate policy resulting in...Read more »
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, your employer is obligated to engage in an interactive process with you to come up with a reasonable accommodation for a disability. If your employer has additional questions about what your disability is and how it restricts your ability to wear a mask to...Read more »
I am an independent contractor at a group mental health practice. I was informed that my supervisor has decided to terminate me from the company stating that my decision to open my own practice outside of hers is a conflict of interest. I informed her of my decision 3 weeks ago and she responded in... Read more »
In all likelihood you are an at will employee, which is the default in Ohio. You can be terminated for any reason so long as it doesn’t have to do with your membership in a protected class such as race, religion, or sex.
My availability recently changed from working 31 hours a week to now I am only able to work Saturdays while I agreed to care for my niece at home during the week. I am not her primary caretaking. My employer recently asked if we would have any restrictions to our schedules when we reopened after... Read more »
The real question is whether your employer had an obligation to continue your employment for Saturdays only and, if not and she decides to employ someone else, whether you have any rights as a result of her ending of the employment.
If you are an employee at will, which you probably are,...Read more »
I have gotten a doctors note stating I can not wear a mask but to allow me to wear my face shield while working. Human Resources approved it. Today I received a call from my boss stating that HR changed their mind and I have to wear a mask.
Depending on the circumstances, this could be an instance of disability discrimination. You should contact an employment attorney as soon as possible to discuss your situation in more detail. Some will offer free initial consultations.
Generally, yes. Employers can require the usage of PPE to protect employees against the spread of COVID-19. Is the employer singling you out by requesting that only you wear one? Is there a specific reason you do not wish to wear one, like a religious reason, for example?
Your wife can request that she not be required to return to the nursing floor, but her employer can require her to work in a different role depending in the needs of the business. Without some other reason (for example, a requested accommodation based on a medical condition), your wife would not...Read more »
Was fired for saying it’s unacceptable that we’re brought back to work just enough to lose unemployment and receive less weekly than we were prior to covid and was told I refused to work and had to leave. I said I’m not quitting and the manager forced me to go home
You should send your boss an email or other written message indicating that you are willing and able to return to work. If your boss refuses to allow you to return to work, then you should apply for unemployment benefits.
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