They have failed to provide me with information about what had to be done in order to fix a mistake with my insurance and were giving me misleading information. At the end of all, it appeared to be that someone made a mistake and my insurance was wrongly put in. I have been waiting for a long time,... Read more »
My father is being hospitalized from COVID and his prognosis is grim. It’s likely he will not be returning to work indefinitely. I need to update his address on file to my address as he no longer lives at the house he was renting. I have to go through the HR department at his work in order to... Read more »
An employer can lawfully terminate an employee who is out on leave if the leave is indefinite and there is no communication to the employer that suggests additional unpaid leave would allow the employee to return to work within a reasonably defined period of time. If he is terminated and dropped...Read more »
Identity theft is a crime, so one place to go is to the police, with whatever evidence you can gather about this. You might contact the testing center and request copies from "your" test, since "you" were the patient, you are entitled to them. The next place to go is to the...Read more »
About a 2 years ago i was diagnosed with Lymphoma and applied for disability and hired a lawyer, due to an issue it got delayed about a year till this march/april. at the time from the way things were going i had assumed i would be right as rain and back to normal within a month from what the test... Read more »
I work in small office no windows no ventilation and really very little distancing and no safety measures .I have been working from home since March. They want us to all come back but someone tested positive for covid so they told us to wait . There is really no safety precautions and its a small... Read more »
Hope your daughter is well. No law will stop your employer from doing what it wants to, reference your job, you get protected by the Law after the fact of being terminated for a justifiable concern over contracting and spreading the CV to your susceptible family. There is the slight chance that a...Read more »
The problem is from what you said, it is not clear how the employer got this information, or whether it was confidential health information. Even if not, he could be defaming you. Have you been tested? Negative?
First, you should comply with the state Stay at Home order as best you can. If you have a critical position within the company, you should discuss the issue with your immediate management or someone in Human Resources, if there is one in your company. Generally, use good common sense for yourself...Read more »
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