I work for large retailer, when hired 10 yrs ago I was hired for shift that worked for my family they have gradually changed it. Now they are trying to change it out of my availability, which is in thier system. I know many others they just quit giving them hours. Or scheduled them causing... Read more »
Generally speaking, the State of Tennessee is an Employment-at-Will State, which means that you can be terminated or demoted for any reason whatsoever, so long as it is not illegal or protected by contract. I would look to see if you have a contract with the employer. Examples of illegal...Read more »
I work for the state but I work in a department that is ran by a medical contractor. I cant get trained properly because they focus on their own employees. I am frustrated and not sure what to do. I was told by coworkers that since I dont make as much money as they do they have decided not to train... Read more »
Generally speaking, the State of Tennessee is an Employment at Will State. That means that you can get demoted or terminated for virtually any reason at all. The exceptions to this rule are if you are demoted or terminated for an illegal reason or a reason protected by contract. If you have a...Read more »
The job site also did not require a background check but that was tooken out my check as well. I was told to come back to the temp service and take the drug test even though I quit a couple days ago. I was also told it was the law to be charged for a drug test that I did not take and I will not be... Read more »
The reason given was poor job performance however I received no warnings and received a $2.50 raise just a couple weeks before that. The person that fired me is an African American and she replaced me with an African American in fact her whole team is African American. My job performance has always... Read more »
Thanks for your question; however, it is impossible to tell you what to accept in settlement, because we don't know all of the facts. In 2002 and 2003, I practiced employment discrimination law exclusively. As I recall, if the case was very good, we would demand what a typical jury verdict would...Read more »
I am a bartender, however, my employer has not given me any shifts this week even though I need it. I have seen the employer do this multiple times before as a way to fire /let go of employees that she does not want / need anymore, even if they have not done anything wrong. I have been an employee... Read more »
Generally speaking, Tennessee is an employment-at-will state. That means that an employer can change your hours, demote you or terminate you for any reason that is not illegal or protected by contract. Examples of illegal reasons are age, race, sex or religion discrimination, whistleblowing,...Read more »
there are many involved mostly a former billionaire and founder of a world wide known anti-virus company well his second in command after issuing me death threats to me and my girlfriendx slandered me to over 850k Twitter followers and made absolutely false acquisitions publicly. well. after going... Read more »
You have a claim for unjust enrichment, possibly contract claims and conversion. You need a member of the Trial Lawyers Assn for the place where this happened or the corporation is located. Look for one who handles commercial claims.
On 7/27 I was unexpectedly directed to a back office by my boss where the door was closed and I was told to sit down. I was completely unaware of what was going on and I was in this small office with my direct supervisor and a woman xxx from the HR department. xxx and my boss proceeded to... Read more »
I have not researched that issue legally, because I have had no cases on that subject. However, when I was a senior partner at a large, multi-state law firm, it was very important, based on our lawyers' advice, that the CEO only disclose the date of hire and the date the employee left. That was...Read more »
Generally speaking, I was say yes. The State of Tennessee is an Employment at Will state, which means they can pretty much do what they want unless it is illegal or in violation of a written contract. Examples of illegal activities include, but are not limited to violations of the ADA, age, race...Read more »
I don't understand your question properly. You get notary seals by contracting with an insurance company. They are good for a certain period of time. If you still have the paperwork that validates that is legitimate, just take it to a printing company and get a new one. Make sure that you get...Read more »
I am 50 year old female who started a position part time at $15.00/hr. Was told it would become full time in new budget year with no mention of different pay rate. When received my offer letter for full time, pay was dropped $3/hr. Their reason was because I was now getting benefits.But the only... Read more »
Well, you are in at least two protected classes. You are over the age of 40, so there may be age discrimination. You are a female, so there may be sex-related discrimination. I don't know what race you are; however, that could be a factor as well. It sounds like you may have some circumstantial...Read more »
The employer can't terminate you for simply reporting harassment, if the facts are as above-stated. The question is why did they decide to terminate you upon investigation? There may be a reason, and there may not be a reason. There is no way to know just based on this statement. I would...Read more »
My offer letter stated 4 week notice required but I did not sign an actual employment contract. I was previously working a job that was an hour and a half one way which is why I took this new job in February. When I started working at this job, it was a telecommute/work from home position. Last... Read more »
I start working for my company in June 2016 as a part-time employee. This year January I joined them as a full-time employee and relocated to Nashville from California. Since my joining, I have not received the agreed upon salary. First, I was told by CEO they are having financial issues and will... Read more »
Generally speaking, Tennessee is an Employment-at-Will State, and an employer can terminate or demote you for no reason whatsoever as long as it is not illegal and/or outside of contract with you. If you seriously believe that one of these things has happened, then you should consult with local...Read more »
I had only had a couple of days of training..i was introduced to other employees as my husbands wife..not my name..i didn't even have the right tool for the job until the only Thursday I was there..i worked there for 4 days and when she had the chance to give me my evaluation (1 through 5. 1 being... Read more »
Generally speaking, Tennessee is an Employment-at-Will State, which means that an employer can terminate you for any reason that they want, so long as it is not illegal. Examples of illegal activity include, but are not limited to, age, race and age discrimination, whistleblowing, being terminated...Read more »
We have had only one C-Suite executive in place for past 6 months. I relocated for this job because of the culture and the leadership and now the leadership is nearly all gone. Isn't the company breaking it's side of the agreement in not providing a stable work environment?
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