If it's the employer's computer they have a right of access. If you use it for personal things that is your risk. They can take the computer tomorrow, it's theirs. They can access the information any way they wish. It's theirs.
I have worked for my employer for 2 years. I finally received a review, up to this point I thought I was doing a good a job, never reprimanded or told otherwise. During the review my supervisor said they know it's a harsh review because they never explained by job and my job expectations. I... Read more »
My seasonal role turned permanent, then I was fired weeks after reporting a sexual & verbal harassment incident; I was demoted and reported to another department and had no idea until another employee mentioned it. My vehicle was vandalized on the companies property, my timecard was deactivated... Read more »
I am not sure what your question is, but clearly you have several issues. I would strongly suggest that you contact an employment law attorney in your area as soon as possible to explore whether or not you wish to move forward with the EEOC complaint. Furthermore, if you still have issues with...Read more »
Hi, my name is Anonymous and I wasn’t able to go to college, nor was I able to get a job due to the fact that I didn’t have a social security number. My father used fear to scare my mom into not giving me my birth certificate (keeping me out of the system or far away from hospitals). He passed... Read more »
You are leaving out important facts. What was the legal bar to your employment all that time? You could have picked up a SS number on line if you needed one. What opportunities did you miss? Were you a government employee?
They would have to continue your unemployment benefits. As to your rights, suggest you contact a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice who handles employment issues. They give free consults.
So far, it is not illegal. The law about Covid vaccination is in a process of constant changes due to the differing opinions of diverse groups. One day you are prohibited from appearing in public on a mask that conceals your identity and the next day you are required to wear one. Personally, I...Read more »
I recently switched company's and my client I had with my old company changed to the current company I'm with now before I started there the client in question wants me to still be their caregiver and I would too but we both signed a paper in short that can't happen until a year has... Read more »
It sounds like you have a non-compete and/or non-solicitation agreement with your former employer. If the agreement is enforceable, and you violate the terms, your former employer can sue you and your new employer. You should have your contract containing the non-compete/non-solicitation...Read more »
While it seems unusual to work another shift after the decision has been made to suspend an employee, it doesn’t seem unreasonable. If possible, check with your human resources department to see what the policies are for suspensions (does the suspension period start on the day the decision is...Read more »
Well, to be blunt, if you are not employed you don't have much to lose except your time, and you have free time. Without knowing the case it's hard to say but it's certainly worth a shot. If you are not working check with legal aid if someone will give you a free consult.
After 12 week FMLA/STD for documented behavioral health issues, doctor recommends working P/T permanently. If my F/T position can’t be adapted for P/T hours, would my employer have to “lay me off?” If so, could I file for unemployment?
You should have received a paycheck which would say the hours, unless you were a contractor. If you get a W-2 at the end of the year you are an employee and your pay stubs should have all the information. If you get a 1099, you are an independent contractor. As such you need to keep track of your...Read more »
Upon returning - we were required to disinfect all areas between patients with new disinfectants, masks and shields. By afternoon this had me vomiting violently. Sent home on many occasions suspected of infection. Occupational Medicine would not see me. I was consistently approved for time off... Read more »
That is indeed a complicated set of facts. It sounds like your doctor has indicated your condition is related to a work related chemical exposure. As such, this may be considered a work injury. If you have not already provided notice to your employer of a work injury, you have 120 days from the...Read more »
In regard to bullet point 4 only, assuming you reported the injury within 120 days, and a period of less than 3 years has past since the date of injury, you may still have a claim for workers' compensation benefits which may provide payment of medical as well as wage loss benefits despite your...Read more »
My boss has been harassing me about personal things that have nothing to do with work. She confronts and attacks me on the job about personal things, she also texts me off the clock about those things. I’m union and she isn’t, and I’ve complained before but she never seems to be held... Read more »
Unless she is harassing you because of your status in a protected class (i.e., race, ethnicity, disability, etc.) or the harassment is sexual in nature, there is likely no legal recourse. If that is the case, it sounds like your best option may be to move departments.
For a Pennsylvania workers' compensation claim, your employer can require you to obtain treatment outside of working hours, if treatment is available outside of working hours. If treatment can only be received within working hours, you may be required to punch out, but you may have a claim for...Read more »
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