they told me to either step down and go back to being senior machine operator, resign, do a investigation which my manager said would be bad, they had no documentation, only and open door policy from this new manager to all production employees, my group of employees complained about the overtime,... Read more »
Have you reported it to human resources? You should do so. They will try to keep it confidential and everyone they interview should be told that any person who is interviewed and discusses an investigation could have disciplinary action taken against them for discussing the investigation with...Read more »
What did the employer know? What did the employer do? What training and notices did the employer provide? Most importantly, who was the accused in relation to the accuser? If the accused has a Ph.D. and the accuser has essentially no formal education - a 1 employee shop- there may be no defenses....Read more »
The surveillance equipment was owned and installed by an hourly employee on company property and hidden out of sight with no declaration of it's presence or intention. The camera had been in use for months to secretly record any and all persons, with no consent, making use of a well trafficked... Read more »
My recommendation: hire a Florida attorney to discuss the issue, and write your former boyfriend a letter. If he is trying to obtain something from you under threat of releasing the photos, the local district attorney may also be interested and perhaps able to help.
I was sexually assaulted by a friend's dad 8 years ago and this year found out he sexually abused another of her friends. He did get into legal trouble for touching a minor at work but it is not know that he assaulted other children as well. I was 15 at the time and this friend was pf a... Read more »
I am very sorry to hear about this and very much admire your courage in discussing this matter.
For sexual offenses, the statute of limitations is five years after the last incident and begins to run when you turned 18 years of age. There are also possible exceptions where the statute of...Read more »
A friend of mine is going through alot right no, her life just isnt in the right track. Need help so she can move in the right direction,to suceed and move on from this event in her life she wants to go to college nd be able to continuebher life
Speak with an employment lawyer first. It is impossible to comment on your question with no facts. It could take hours to obtain them depending on how open the potential client is about sharing. No lawyer can help anyone unless they open up about all relevant history and facts.
I have been complaining to several people at Tops Markets about the work place harassment and the abuse.I was then fired for a excuse to get me out.they agreed in writing to uncontested unemployment then they sent in a damming claim letter.
Someone sexually abused me when I was younger. I know he got treatment for his sexual issues after he abused me at a mental health facility. I have sued him and demanded his records in discovery, but he is claiming that he never got treatment. I know the name of the facility where he got... Read more »
Direct them to bring any and all of their mental health records to the deposition (assuming they have such records which they may not have). Ask the abuser to "identify every physician, psychiatrist, or mental health facility the...Read more »
Truth is a defense to defamation or slander but why would you post something like that?
Most good employment lawyers google their potential clients to see what they have posted on line. No one should post anything negative on line ever. If they do so that simply reflects on their character...Read more »
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