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Q: My employer fired me out of retaliation and disability discrimination, can I win without exact dates of incidents?

I was fired in retaliation. My manager made my work environment hostile and uncomfortable. Every time I tried to talk to her to see what I could to improve things, I found myself being written up not to long after for attendance. I told her that I had depression and anxiety from day one. and that... Read more »

Kyle Anderson
Kyle Anderson answered on Jan 14, 2021

Hi, more information is needed here. Your depression and ADHD may qualify as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. It would be unlawful for your employer to discriminate against you on the basis of your disability (if it qualifies) or terminate you in retaliation requesting an... Read more »

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Q: Employment and Covid related laws in the state of Missouri

It was within my 90 days probationary so I’m probably screwed but there was a number of days that I was out due to either quarantine order and childcare being closed due to Covid and I am I was told the entire time that nothing Covid related would count against me I was reassured and then they... Read more »

Kyle Anderson
Kyle Anderson answered on Dec 31, 2020

Does your employer have less than 500 employees? The Families First Coronavirus Response Act requires employers with less than 500 employees to provide to all employees two weeks (up to 80 hours) of paid sick leave at the employee’s regular rate of pay where the employee is unable to work because... Read more »

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Q: Can a Kansas employer use bonuses to make up the required $684 a week required by law to salaried employee?

I am making 656 a week instead of the 684. My employer has told me that we get two bonuses a year and those bonuses are usually the equivalent of a full pay check and as long as they pay me the minimum 35,568 annually they are legally fine. Is this legal that everyone gets a bonus but only two... Read more »

Rhiannon Herbert
Rhiannon Herbert answered on Mar 4, 2020

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, if an employee receives non-discretionary bonuses or other incentive payments at least once per year, then the employer can count those payments towards the employee’s weekly salary to determine whether the salary basis test of at least $684 per week is met.... Read more »

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Q: I got let go while on leave after having a 2 seizures at work

I had a seizure my first week employed went 6months without one then had 2 had one with then 3 days went back with a doctor note had one that same night i went back got put on leave then i was let go havent been back. What should i do?

Rhiannon Herbert
Rhiannon Herbert answered on Dec 31, 2019

You may have a claim for disability discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), but this largely depends on the required job duties for your position. To assert a successful ADA claim, you must be qualified for your job, meaning you must have been able to perform the essential... Read more »

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Q: If I successfully completed diversion for a criminal misdemeanor in Kansas back in 2011, am I still convicted?

I was convicted of a Class B Misdemeanor in February of 2011 in the State of Kansas. I was arrested for getting into a car that wasn't my own. I was awarded diversion since it was my first criminal offense. That said, I'm currently filling out a contractor application for FDIC, and... Read more »

Michael Duma
Michael Duma answered on Aug 15, 2017

If you successfully completed diversion and your case was dismissed then the answer is no, you do not have any convictions.

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