Was gonna work for a cleaning company and they wanted me to sign a contract and stated in it that if I ever quit working there I could not do any cleaning as a individual contractor or for any other business within a 75 mile radius. Can they legally control what you do for 2 years after your... Read more »
The company asked you to sign a "non-compete" agreement. If you did not sign the agreement, you have nothing to worry about. If you did sign the agreement, it may or may not be enforceable depending on a variety of circumstances. Specific questions based on the specific language of the...Read more »
My wife was the nurse at our children’s daycare in MN for nearly 2 years. She did not have a history of corrective actions or anything negative in her employment there. New management took over the facility around a year ago and soon thereafter her dual role as parent and employee were not... Read more »
Minnesota is an at-will employment state. From the facts presented, it does not appear to be an illegal termination, but you may want to discuss this further with an employment attorney. A more interesting question relates to the apparently *not* anonymous survey.
The EEOC is a federal process with its own set of time and other requirements. If you do not file an administrative charge or take other action, the Minnesota Human Rights Act allows you to file a civil lawsuit alleging a violation of that Act within one year after the discriminatory practice...Read more »
Individuals pursuing medical residency training on J-1 clinical visa can only have one employer as listed on their DS 2019. However, it is unclear if they may earn an additional income via sources such as rent/airbnb, property investment, uber etc in the US. Obviously, the taxes would have to be... Read more »
The requirements for eligibility were quite clear in my orientation and description of benefits before signing on. I more than fulfilled those requirements, but suddenly my request was declined at the corporate level.
I was terminated on the 7th of this month. I put in a demand for payment on the 9th. Not receiving it in my direct deposit, I called my employer and he said that he could wait up to 10 days to give me my wages because I handle money and I would be paid on Friday. This law seems ridiculous and I... Read more »
They used my personal Credit card for a company purchase without my permission. When I found out I sent an email that stated terms At 25% daily interest rate compounded daily, the owner responded to this email agreeing to the terms. We then had a meeting and agreed that they would pay the minimum... Read more »
I recently had an interview at a gym. I interviewed with the facility manager, it went well. He said he would contact me later that day when he knows when the general manager would be able to do my second interview. Later in the day I received a text from an employee at that gym who doesn't... Read more »
Employer can't provide the job I'm seeking to better myself and career. Yet they say I can't go to this competitor. This is my only skill set that I am trained and educated in. I'm not sales. They are holding me back from more compensation and a better job for my family and me.... Read more »
The answers to your question depend entirely on the language used in the non-compete agreement itself and the circumstances surrounding this contract. You will likely need to pay an attorney to review this information and provide you with an opinion.
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... 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.
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