The severance was never paid after the papers were signed and delivered. This was 10 months ago. Now unemployment sent a letter that the boss is refusing and listing different reason for the dismissal. Letter was received Friday and the appeal is letter is due on Monday. Should I include all this... Read more »
Your boss is probably providing as a reason for separation that there was poor performance or "misconduct". You should definitely file the appeal and provide your evidence. If you would like to discuss further, please contact me at 201-488-2600.
I work as a contractor for Johnson n Johnson for company names Eurest! J&j recently mandated the vaccination and I do have two health problems I feel is a risk for it but my Dr denied me a medical excemption due to not looking good on their practice basically so the manager said he would help... Read more »
Unless you have an employment contract that states otherwise, New Jersey is an at-will employment state, meaning you or your employer can terminate the employment relationship at any time for any reason or no reason, and no notice is required.
Employers are permitted to seek "recertification" paperwork, i.e. updated doctors' restrictions explaining the need for the accommodation, for all accommodation requests, whether new or outstanding. These recertification requests can occur periodically throughout the course of your...Read more »
So we had an NDA made where he can’t share make his own or do anything with the software. He did all of the sudden and I issued him a cease and desist. Afterwards he pointed that he was the owner of the agreement and not us, which was a mistake on my end I switched up the roles, but the terms... Read more »
I worked one year of the 2 year contract as a physician in NJ private practice group. I would like to leave. Company is saying they are gonna hold me to my 2 year contract. can they do that? can I tell them that its illegal?
Whether the company can enforce the contract and sue you for a breach if you leave before 2 years is dependent on the language in your contract. You should contact an employment law attorney in your area to review the contact terms and discuss your options.
It is not unlawful for your employer to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment. However, your employer is obligated to consider exemption requests if they are based on medical or religious reasons.
Generally speaking, in the employment law context, you can only request to not be required to have it if you have a religious objection or a disability/medical condition. I would reach out to an employment law attorney in your state for a consultation.
New Jersey is an at-will state, but that does not apply to employees who have a contract with the employer, and it does not permit employers to terminate employees for unlawful reasons, such as retaliation or discrimination. Employers have the right to mandate that employees get the COVID-19...Read more »
A job description is not a contract. An employer generally has the ability to add or remove job duties at any time for any reason. Unless you have a contract explicitly outlining the duties you will be responsible for performing, there is no legal recourse available to you.
Whether a person can work in a Delaware school district is a question for someone familiar with Delaware law, but in terms of expungement, if the offense is eligible for expungement under all of the other variables, the 5 year waiting period begins at the completion of probation.
I am on Social Security Disability and I applied for a job at a local grocery store. I revealed this fact to the interviewer when I was called. I explained I could only work 19 hours due to Social Security. They said they for people who could work between 10-24 hours but they preferred 24 hours. So... Read more »
They likely didn’t want to have to worry about how they scheduled you and might have been concerned about a possible worker’s comp claim. You’d likely have a hard time proving the didn’t hire you just because you are disabled.
However I’m concerned that you think there is a...Read more »
The Fair Labor Standards Act is the federal law that governs the payment of wages, and it only requires that you be paid for time you are actually performing work. So, while employers have the option to pay employees for time off for illness or injury, it is not required under the FLSA.
I reside in Northern Jersey and I know employment laws vary by state. Additionally, the store closed down at 1 PM anyways which was my original start time. I lost vacation hours for hours I could not work due to the store being closed early and for calling out due to inclement weather (snow storm).... Read more »
Since there is no law that requires employers to offer vacation time or other paid time off, employers can use employees' vacation time to provide pay during days the employee calls off or during days the building cannot open.
If you signed an employment contract with your company that stated you would forfeit your sign-on bonus if you resigned within a year, then your employer may choose to pursue you for the sign-on bonus you'd forfeit under the agreement based on a breach of contract theory. However, since you...Read more »
State of New Jersey Jurisdiction. The Employee acknowledges the time, efforts and resources the Company has and agrees to expend in Jurisdiction Employee. Employee understands that the Company is depending on the Employee to work on in-house or various Company projects and that the Company will... Read more »
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