Timothy Denison's answer The short answer is your brought the marijuana from Colorado back to Kentucky where it shows up in your blood stream, which obviously violates the employers wellness policy. The gambling effects did not transfer nor did they occur in Kentucky where obviously the failed drug test did.
Timothy Denison's answer Mandatory overtime is legal. If you refuse it can be counted against you. However, it is not legal to Penalize FMLA recipients while they are on leave or count it against them by deducting their time.
Timothy Denison's answer It probably is enforceable. If the contract does not preclude you getting another job before you give notice, then you should first acquire the new job and thereafter give your 90 day notice.
Roger Carl Algase's answer An H-1B employee is only allowed to receive income from the H-1B employer as described in the H-1B petition. Working for any other employer would require a new petition or a "concurrent" H-1B petition from the second employer. H-1B also depends on an employer-employee relationship. One cannot run one's own business or engage in free-lance employment with an H-1B work permit.
Beatriz Adriana Sosa-Morris' answer These claims are very fact specific, but you may have a claim for age discrimination and you may also have a claim for unpaid overtime if the company misclassified you as an "independent contractor."
Marshall Jason Ray's answer To get an accurate answer to this question you would need to provide more information. At a minimum, if your husband is not exempt, then under the Fair Labor Standards Act he should be receiving time and a half if he is required to work more than 40 hours per work week. A local attorney can give you guidance if your state or local government also has overtime requirements (your state probably does). You can also get information from your state's labor department. The labor departments of...
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer I'm not sure what you mean by getting attitude. But it appears that you should take the better job and also seek worker's compensation for the medical expenses incurred as a result of the injury.
Jim Higgins' answer An employer can pay in cash or check. Taxes are not optional so they have to be paid no matter how you are paid. As to overtime, as long as you are non-exempt under the FLSA you should receive it for all hours worked over 40 in one week. It really depends, however, on how you are paid and what type of work you do.
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