Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer NH is has a two way recording statute. Both parties need to be told that the other party is recording the other, otherwise is is a serious crime. There are exceptions but this does not sound like one of them. Be careful.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer Short answer is, based on these facts is-depends- it depends on what his title and job requirements are. There are federal and state laws that clearly protect employees from being called salary employees when in fact they should be getting overtime pay. You should call the NH Department of Labor. They are very good at handling these issues.Good luck!
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer First of all, congratulations on giving your company a four week notice, that in of itself shows that you are a very conscientious employee and they should appreciate that. I do believe, under your set of facts that yes, if they ask you to leave early you have indeed satisfied the requirement of a two week notice and they would owe you for that accrued vacation time. If they do not fulfill that obligation then you can call the NH Dept of Labor and file a complaint or, hire an attorney for...
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer This is a complex issue that needs to be worked on with an employment attorney. You may have a suit for wrongful termination based on a public policy claim, but the facts need to be looked at more closely to make that determination. She can' deny your unemployment claim, but you can simply appeal and get a hearing. Under these facts it sounds like you have a good shot of winning. As far as vacation time, all you need to do is call the department of labor and they can handle that issue for you,...
Peter N. Munsing's answer If you had a reduction in pay due to being out comp has to make that up. But contact a member of the NH Assn for Justice because they give free consults and you want to know what to do to protect yourself
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer I would look first at the employee handbook to see what the policy is for being forced out of your job or put on unpaid leave and make sure they are following the procedures outlined in the handbook. If there is nothing in the handbook that protects you from this then you should call the Labor Department and let them know about this. I have never heard of anything so ridiculous.
Israel Piedra's answer Unless you work in certain occupations, any time worked over 40 hours/week should be paid at 1.5 times your normal wage. Read the statute for more information: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/XXIII/279/279-21.htm (section VIII)
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