I gave my two week notice,was called into the office and was told i had infractions concerning the company policy,was wrote up on several items,at the last day of my resignation week,i was called back into office and terminated.
answered on Jun 9, 2023
It depends. Some states require payment of accrued vacation time because this is a part of the compensation package. But accrued sick leave is not treated the same way. Unable to tell about your PTO. This case arises under EMPLOYMENT/BENEFITS/WAGE law. You need to discuss with an attorney in your... Read more »
Working for a mechanical contractor in cheyenne wy were doing a job for the va hospital they are trying to say we all need to get a flue shot and provide them with documentation I feel this is against my rights
answered on Oct 28, 2020
Your employer can require that you get a flu shot unless you are entitled to an exemption for sincerely-held religious beliefs or for medical reasons. If either of those reasons form the basis upon which you do not want to get a flu shot, you can ask to be exempt. You should reach out to an... Read more »
answered on Jan 26, 2017
Take all reasonable steps to protect your identity and accounts. If they were defrauded it may or may not be carelessness on their account. You'll have to speak with a member of the Wyo. trial lawyers Assn who handles employment law, juggle the possibility you can get something vs staying on... Read more »
My spouse and several hundred others were recently laid off. In order to receive their severance package they had to sign a contract agreeing they would not say anything "disparaging" about their former employer for one year. This included conversations with current and ex-employees as... Read more »
answered on Apr 2, 2016
In many states, a severance package is not required. As such, a company may have no obligation to pay out a severance package even if it is the right thing to do. Consult with a Wyoming employment attorney to find out your rights. Good luck.
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