An employer can require you to work as many hours as they wish, provided they compensate you in accordance with overtime laws. They cannot "force" you to do it, in that you can decline, and quit or get fired. If your employer is making you work more than you want, I'd suggest that...Read more »
One of my drivers was assaulted by a customer on his delievery. The police told me that my company cannot press charges against the customer over the assualt against my employees. Is this true? I feel that the company can pursue legal action because they assaulted an asset of the company
I am probably the wrong person to answer this as I don't have much experience in employment law. Here is what I do know. Businesses are unable to discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, and gender. If the only reason, your boss would fire you is because of your conversion to another...Read more »
I was fired from my job from what I was told was a reduction of force. The person who let me go asked me the same day if I would consider coming back at a later time or a different position, I told him yes.
A month ago I was asked to come in for an interview . It went well... Read more »
There is no law that requires an employer to rehire individuals who are terminated, regardless of the reason. Assuming you were not hired because of some type of discrimination, you may have a claim. But with the information provided, I see no claim.
I have been interviewing for a general manager position at a large retailer, the first interview was with "John" the regional manager, he was very very friendly, second interview was with a different women. I was on a common app called grindr where gay men meet each other. I was contacted... Read more »
You would most likely have a very difficult time getting anywhere with this case. To start, it appears you voluntarily went to see him after seeing him on Grinder and being invited to come get naked. It doesn't appear he made any promises if you visited him, and you'd presumably have a...Read more »
I run a referral service for CNAs to an assisted living facility. In other words, I am independent of the both the assistant living business, and the CNAs, who are independent contractors. I have no other involvement with the CNAs - I simply refer them to the assisted living facility. However,... Read more »
If you are concerned and the relationship, I don't know how the whole situation is setup, however, it may be good to have a handbook or contract that defines the relationship in order to better protect yourself from liability.
We were asked to start a project as soon after starting we were attacked by yellow jackets I was stung 20 to 30 times on the back of my head and throughout my body. I was wondering if there was any legal action I can take
Assuming you required medical treatment, the expenses should be paid by your employer's workers' compensation insurance. You probably don't have a personal injury claim against your employer, assuming they had that required coverage. And there's not likely a claim against anyone...Read more »
I was on a hike with my kids and there are some abandoned water towers that have no trespassing signs. So of course we had to go and check it out. When we got done with our hike a police officer was waiting for us and gave me a citation for criminal trespass and contributing to the delinquency of a... Read more »
I made a mobile deposit with my payroll check in September. My purse was taken and an attempt to redeposit my check was made. I notified my payroll department of the situation and told them to let me know if I needed to do anything else. Three weeks later I was fired because of this without them... Read more »
i work for a company that has a manager that continuously yells at the female employees as well as swears at them and one of my family members went in and applied and this manager took one look at her and said oh let me guess single mom he said it to her i just want to know can this be considered... Read more »
There was a decision regarding a government agency, possibly a local police department that claimed the employee had no property rights to his position he tested and competed for. The police chief wanted to reassign the person to another classification outside the rank he had promoted to. Thanks.
I know this is an old questions so hopefully you have found what you are looking for. If not, you can go to the court website and look for older decisions. Here is a link to the website: https://www.utcourts.gov/opinions/index.html . It allows you to select by year and then look for the parties....Read more »
I was hired out of the city i live in, we do schedule bidding as well and go by seniority, I was lied to about the bid, lead to be-leave it was one schedule to find they senor driver wanted a different schedule that would cost two employees there jobs. The run was moved to my City and this driver... Read more »
An attorney needs to go over that contract and speak with you about this to determine what to do and what you can do. When someone breaches a contract, they can be sued for breaching the contract, but that will cost you a ton of money to hire an attorney.
Long story short, I was in a severe situation that required a safe at home program, confidential and sealed name change, as well as receiving a new SSN from the SSA. I haven't disclosed my previous identity on any job applications, as my case worker at the SSA advised, and haven't had any... Read more »
If you have legally changed your name and are following the advice of your case worker then you may be ok but for law enforcement jobs a comprehensive background check is always performed. I don't know if they have special access to records that would allow them to conduct a deeper search of...Read more »
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