This question is too ambiguous. I have no idea what your girlfriend posted. I have no idea if your girlfriend is a normal or crazy person. I have no idea if you endorsed the review or shared confidential information about your workplace. I have no idea if you violated a contract. I have no idea if...Read more »
My dad had a temporary job this summer and his boss did not give him his last paycheck because "he did not turn in a two week notice". If my dad did not sign any document in which he agreed to give up his last paycheck if he did not turn in a two week notice, can the employer legally deny him his... Read more »
If you quit for good reason caused by the employer, you may qualify for unemployment benefits. This is a rather limited exception. Whether this change is a good reason caused by the employer will depend on the particular facts involved.
is 11pm to 5 or 5:30am as long as it is not longer than 6 1/2hours. Now my boss says we have to set an alarm and check a client and assist if needed at 1:00am. And we are not offed any other compensation and are expected to fall back asleep as soon as we are done. So far this has been going on... Read more »
I turned to MN Statute Section 177.23 to quickly investigate this question. To investigate further, more information would be needed. However, you would likely be owed a wage for any hours you are on the clock during those hours - whether the employer is calling those sleeping hours or not. The...Read more »
Im a certified eyelash extension professional working self-employed through a licensed salon.The state of MN is going to be regulating this service & is threatening to shut my business & hundreds of others down. Our options are to do so or to gain a cosmetologist or estheticians license which is... Read more »
I would need more information. The employer would not be entitled to penalize you for quitting. I presume you are talking about the a delay in payment which some employers have for payment of payroll which should not reduce what you are paid in total.
If the commissions were earned while you were employed by the company, you are still entitled to those commissions even though you no longer work for the company. If you left the company before the work on the project was finished, and someone else had to complete the work, then you would be...Read more »
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