I am unclear here. If they are paying you hourly then you should get paid for however many hours you work. If you are on salary, then you get paid whatever your salary is. If you are salaried then you should be getting paid a fixed salary so your salary is not a range of 52-56. If you are hourly,...Read more »
I’ve been on short term through work. Dr has agreed to let me work some while doing radiation Dr put restriction on me not sit or stand all day; alternate throughout the day. My employer said for me not to come back till they read policy, can they do this?
It is a balancing act and they need to make sure that it is safe for you to be there. If your Dr. allowed you to work then they should let you work if you are medically fit. If you are not under contract though, keep in mind that employment is "at will" and an employer can generally let you go for...Read more »
He has a “to do list” with 10-12 things he wants done, and if one is not he would take 10% each of our tips for the day (cash and extra gratuity tips). He also takes them and holds on to them till Friday and then gives them to us.
Depends on whether he's at least paying you minimum wage ($7.25). If not, then he can get in some big trouble for that scheme, and you may want to consult an employment law attorney. Employment law attorneys don't typically charge consultation fees, and in some cases, may take some cases on a...Read more »
A person allegedly said I said some words to him after work he didn't say we got in a fight or I threaten him they fired me because he say she say my word and his word that's it and I think they were wrong
An employer can fire you for any reason at all in Virginia unless you have a contract or the reason behind firing you was based on unlawful discrimination (race; religion; gender; age; etc.). If an employer heard about you through another employee, regardless whether it was true or not, the...Read more »
I am currently employed for a private company in the healthcare field it is a relatively small company however the owner of the company is not only a bad manager however I do believe some of the things that she does and says is questionable crossing the HR boundaries. For example she consistently... Read more »
If you work for a private employer in Virginia with fewer than 15 employees, then you are not protected by federal anti-discrimination statutes that might otherwise give you a remedy for a "hostile work environment."
However, it sounds like what you are experiencing is not a "hostile work...Read more »
I will have to take off work and told them they need to pay me. they said only for the pre deposition but they cannot pay me for the Plantiffs deposition time. I am ok to go if they pay me, they are paying my traveling expenses. But I have not worked for this company in almost a year
I know Va is an at will state, but I was just fired without warning based on false information about me provided by our executive director to our CEO. Nothing was done by either to determine the truthfulness of the information-nor was I even asked about the situation. I was just called in the phone... Read more »
I work for a federal government agency (Org A), while representing and employed through Org A, I assisted a separate federal government agency (Org B) on a project. For my contributions upon completion of the project, Org B gave me a small monetary award. After a long 2-year HR process between Org... Read more »
I'm very sorry that this happened. You should understand, though, that no matter how jarring or tortious an act may be that certain strict time limits apply. I believe that your factual scenario may touch upon two areas of the law - the first is state tort law and the second is federal employment...Read more »
I drive for uber and uber use third party background check company called chekr . checkr provided wrong and inaccurate information about me to uber then uber suspend my driving privilege. is it possible i held uber and checker liable for their neglect and what is my chances to bring them to... Read more »
If Chekr is considered a consumer reporting agency it has obligations under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) to have reasonable procedures in place to assure maximum possible accuracy of the information reported. Simply put, it should have algorithms or other "If then" formulas in place to...Read more »
The injury was 3 maybe 4 years ago. I don't believe he filed anything with workmans comp. The chiropractor said I should not be lifting so the employer said he no longer needed me. Now several years later I have major back injuries that started with this initial back injury. Is there anything I... Read more »
You indicate you are a building contractor. You did not indicate how many employees you have. If you have two (2) or more employees regularly in service, then you need to provide workers' compensation coverage. If you sub out the electrical work, then the electrician is an independent contractor...Read more »
Under current Virginia law, if there was an admission of guilt or a find of facts sufficient (usually in a first offender program), such a charge can NEVER be expunged (what folks mean when they say "seal").
Own Physicians. They will not accept them. I have agreed to see their doctor and now they want me to sign a release of information. This is no problem for me except my appointment is in a month and they are pressuring me hard to sign papers now. What am I missing?
Under Virginia Workers Compensation law, you have the right to request a panel of 3 authorized physicians from the employer or its WC insurance company. Then you can pick your treating doctor from the panel. The employer/insurer also has the right to send you to an Independent Medical Exam (IME)....Read more »
Yes, if your employer had more than 2 employees regularly in service in Virginia. You should file a Claim for Benefits with the Virginia Workers Compensation Commission and consult an experienced Virginia work comp attorney.
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