I was out from work for 2 days because of my panic attacks. Today is the third day and my coworker just told me that my manager was asking him about my medications and in front of my coworker while I am not there. I am so embarrassed and upset that my manager is asking my coworker about my... Read more »
In this scenario, most like this is not unlawful. Employers with 15 or more employees are required to keep employee medical information once they receive such information from the employee or a third party on the employee's behalf (a doctor for example). However, asking about your medications...Read more »
Husband out of work for 4 and a half months due to injury not sustained at work. Work said he had 40 hrs PTO he can use, but broken down to maintain insurance needed for operations , Dr appts, etc. Returns to work, employer hand him document that is not notrawarized and typed up in a Microsoft word... Read more »
Whether the document is notarized or not does not matter. This is a simple internal payroll issue. It sounds like the employer has allowed your husband to return to work but is also docking your husband's pay because he used more than 40 hours of PTO while tending to his medical needs. This...Read more »
A former employer called me in April and stated that for several months funds were deposited in my account. I checked my banking statement and he is correct. I left the company 8 months ago. Funds were deposited for 3 months. Funds were last deposited in November. I truly did not know that funds... Read more »
If you feel you are being discriminated against at work you should either contact the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Washington DC or contact the corresponding state agency in South Carolina that also handles these claims.
I'm headed in for a meeting with the store manager later in the day, though my fear is that my request for being paid my lost wages and switching all my hours for the lower wage to the vastly superior wage. I'm an hourly worker and I have a few coworkers with a similar problem.
If the employer is not paying you a promised wage, you can file a complaint for free with the North Carolina Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Bureau. Search online and their website will give you information on filing via phone.
Yes, he can lawfully fire you for leaving. In fact, whether you are paid hourly or salary, non-exempt or exempt, you can be fired for leaving if your employer expects or demands that you stay beyond your shift.
You mentioned a contract. If it is actually an enforceable employment contract,...Read more »
i was ''Voluntarly Terminated'' during Hurricane Florence in NC and now i am receiving a letter stating that NCDPS overpaid me and that i need to may payments. I wasnt paid for a Week of work nor did i get paid for my leave days that were used during the Storm.
Yes. North Carolina is an employment-at-wills state where an employer can take any action it wants against an employee for good reason, bad reason or no reason at all. As such, your friend's employer can suspend him at any time for any reason. Also, If your friend is not working, the...Read more »
The employer may be able to based on a US Supreme Court case that expanded the "ministerial" exemption in employment law. It is a complex issue that you will need to consult directly with an experienced employment attorney about to get a specific answer.
When I interviewed for this job over three months I was extremely adamant that one of the most important thing for me was trans parent see because I have just gone through one hell of or to your run in terms of personal issues and losing work to no fault of my own. I interviewed three times and... Read more »
I am provided with a company vehicle and wear company shirts. They pay worker comp insurance as of to date and also pay for all materials needed for the job . I do not have any control over profit or loss. They do not take out taxes. I am paid a flat rate weekly salary. We use to get a... Read more »
There is no one single definition of "employee." For example, the definition used by the EEOC is different from the definition used by the IRS. However, if the company is taking taxes out of your check then you are likely to be an employee. In general, the more control that is exerted...Read more »
My male coworker is paid $17k more than me per year. I know because he left his paystub up on his computer screen, when he asked me to help him with something at this desk. We have the same exact job responsibilities. This person only has a couple more years of industry experience than myself and... Read more »
Paying a male more than a female may be a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex and/or the Equal Pay Act which requires employers to pay females the same as males for the same work. However, there are a number of defenses possible under...Read more »
In general, under our Wage and Hour law, an employer is not required to pay an exempt employee's salary for any whole day the employee is absent from work for any reason. This is in general, so I recommend you consult with an experienced employer side attorney.
I worked for a cupcake franchise for 2 months and quit because the weren’t pay any employees correctly or providing pay stubs. Our time logs were all posted on an app so i have accurate records of what my paychecks were supposed to be as well and an excel spreadsheet of the checks they wrote... Read more »
There is no employment law that prohibits this. Frankly, people fill out job applications for others on a frequent basis, i.e. parents, spouses, guardians. The only real issue would be signing another person's name. To do that, you would need the other applicant's permission, a power...Read more »
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