I just left a team meeting where my Director told us that we would get corrective action/fired if we engaged in personal conversations (on personal cell phone) with our co-workers complaining/venting about them ( Director & Manager) or about the company? Also, insinuated that younger people are... View More
Interfering with an employee’s right to discuss the terms and conditions of the workplace with coworkers likely violates the National Labor Relations Act and could be reported to the National Labor Relations Board through a filed complaint. And if an employee is fired for engaging in protected...View More
In South Carolina, if you resign from your job and your employer has already deducted payments for insurance benefits from your paycheck, it is generally not permissible for them to immediately cancel your insurance benefits. The continuation of insurance coverage is often subject to the terms...View More
So I filed a complaint with hr. After 8 months of telling my manager& nothing was done, I called h r. And they told me to file an osha report because people have been known to die from black... View More
It sounds like you may have been the victim of retaliation. Retaliation is when an employer takes adverse action against an employee for engaging in protected activity. In this case, the protected activity would include filing a complaint about a health and safety hazard.
Need copies of my work emails for last month i was working with former employer. This is in order to prove my validity in upcoming unemployment benefits claim Appeal Hearing. The blank subpoena form I have been provided asks for Name/Documents, Address, and Telephone number.
Sorry you are not getting your transfer promptly. You are considered an "at will" employee and can be terminated at any time with no reason needed, unless you have a written contract that says otherwise. If you make too much fuss about not being transferred promptly, you may be fired...View More
A 46-year-old female with a disability, I believe my rights have been violated, and I am seeking justice for the mistreatment I have endured. I am on a team of 6; same job different territories. Issues: Bullied by my boss and it is always done in front of an audience. Favoritism is shown to... View More
Certainly document everything and contact a Plaintiff's employment lawyer, sooner than later because there are statutes of limitations on your claims, and if you do not pursue them timely you may lose them forever. Some employment lawyers offer free consultations, I always offer free...View More
Cannot say without seeing the paperwork. It would appear to mean that the decision was taken back. However, they usually say the decision was "vacated" not "rescinded." Rescinded is a contract term meaning the contract was repudiated by one of the parties and they want to...View More
Whether the overpayment of unemployment benefits occurred because of fraudulent actions of the recipient may be in the eye of the Unemployment Agency. Generally, SC Code of Laws Section 41-40-10(5) states:
(5) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, no action to enforce...View More
This may be a claim that could be pursued as a Workers' Compensation Act claim if you are injured or become sick as a result of the bugs at your job. I am unsure, but I do not believe it is illegal to be a bad employer and fail to keep your employment premises bug free, so it may be a case...View More
There is not enough information here to fully analyze your situation, so I must recommend that you consult with an attorney. I am wondering about the relationship, if any, between Company X and Company Y, and how the information from Company X came to be stored with Company Y. I am also wondering...View More
Cannot say without seeing the paperwork. It would appear to mean that the decision was taken back. However, they usually say the decision was "vacated" not "rescinded." Rescinded is a contract term meaning the contract was repudiated by one of the parties and they want to undo...View More
You should contact a South Carolina employment attorney to discuss this situation. In the meantime, you should preserve any written conversations between you and the business and evidence of any payments made or work performed during the timeframe you haven't been paid.
I had an employment agreement with a company but my situation changed before I was ever officially slated to start and I had to back out of the contract. The employer told me on a phone call that he would void the contract and that he would move on to other candidates. A month later I found a... View More
From Feb 2022-april 1 2022 I paid weekly for health and dental, my last day was april 1st with company. I tried going to dr the last week of employment and found out I was never enrolled in a plan, emailed and spoke with hr multiple times and they are no longer responding to me getting my money... View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It would be difficult for any attorney to offer step-by-step directions on this frustrating situation. You could reach out to attorneys to investigate the matter in terms of the formation of your contract...View More
Normally, if you are paid a salary and are performing the duties of a manager (such hiring, firing, and supervising two or more employees), or if you meet any other requirements for an exemption, you would not be paid overtime, no matter how many hours you are required to work. If you believe you...View More
More information is needed to answer this question. However, if you signed an agreement or contract as a reserve deputy, this is the first place you should turn regarding whether you are permitted to pursue other employment.
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