More information is needed to answer your question. The type of complaint you made about another manager is relevant. If you made a "protected complaint," and were terminated because of your complaint, then you may have a claim for retaliation. You should contact an employment attorney...Read more »
I'm a cancer patient. I sent an email to my HR rep asking if she had calculated my PTO. Her reply was you have 28.69 days. I was told I could use them in connection with flma which was required. 4 days later I'm told that I don't have any and the coming Friday will be the last... Read more »
It sounds like there is some confusion within the HR department if you are getting conflicting information. Do you have a copy of the company handbook that explains the accrual of PTO? Are there other income options for you to consider while you're out on FMLA leave, such as short-term...Read more »
There are no laws that place limits on how much an employee can be scheduled to work. Other than submitting a written request for a reduction in her hours, there isn't much that can be done here. However, if your mother is paid by the hour, she must receive overtime pay for all hours she works...Read more »
civil service employee charged with dwi off duty. is being told she is to be terminated as per collective bargaining agreement. per CBA they are subject to termination. however, previous dwi accounts concerning other employees over the last year did not result in termination
Yes I did grab coffee pot without thought I had bruise on my face and he a gash on his head. My leg is hurt . I lost my job behind this my boss reported incident to big boss but nothing was done ...even still customer allowed to return. Feel like I have no rights I get harassed and he gets file... Read more »
I have no idea how an employer would enforce a requirement to "come to work in a good mood," but they could certainly insist on certain behaviors which might suggest that a person is in a good mood, such as being polite to customers or co-workers, greeting customers at the door, smiling...Read more »
I am a healthcare professional under contract which entitles me to 80 hrs of vacation PTOs. But there are certain instances that they wont allow for more than 80 consecutive hrs PTO (even unpaid) because of problems with coverage. Can an employer deny this request even if the excess hours are... Read more »
Example, an employee is required to get 10 customer reviews a month. The employee asks 84 customers for reviews but only 6 respond. Is that grounds for termination when the completion of the goal requires a third party participant to follow through?
Yes. If you are an at-will employee, your employer can terminate you for any reason or no reason, even if it is unfair. Unless you have an employment contract stating otherwise, your employer can terminate you for failing to get the requisite number of customer reviews - even though the goal is...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Based on your description, it does not look like a personal injury matter involving suing, but more likely a workers' comp claim. If the attorney you mention is handling your workers' comp claim, they would...Read more »
More information is needed here. However, filing an EEOC charge against your employer is called a "protected activity," meaning you cannot be retaliated against based on your choice to file the charge. If, after you filed your charge, you noticed your employer started treating you...Read more »
My wife was not given a reason She was just told that someone new would replace her. Is this some kind of discrimination. Is there something She can do about this or are they in their every right to do this ?
The answer to your question depends on your wife's employer's reasoning for terminating her. Texas is an at-will employment state, meaning employees can be terminated at any time and for any reason. The only exception to this rule is if an employee is targeted for termination based on a...Read more »
An individual worked respite hours taking care of elderly in 2020 but insurance company did not pay for hours worked. in 2021, insurance company agreed to pay for hours worked in 2020. By this time, individual was enrolled in school full time and had a financial aid package and grants in place.... Read more »
You should contact a local employment law or tax law attorney to help you. This BB is not for providing specific legal information for you to deal with a particular claim. Search for a local attorney on this issue here on Justia.
Being employed at-will means that you or your employer can terminate the employment relationship for no reason or for any reason, albeit a legal one. However, in order to obtain an employment contract, that is likely something you would have to request from the employer, given that both sides would...Read more »
I thought it was 7 years but that was in 2013 and I just applied for a job (2021) and it came out on my record and I was not accepted. Is the 7years after found guilty date or after the 5 years probation was completed?
Criminal records never expire. If the employer does a criminal background check then it will show up forever. The seven-year rule is about CONSUMER records so that is stuff like your credit report and liens. Some consumer reports also include criminal information, so those might only show 7...Read more »
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