It's just frustrating. El (not her real name) gave only 2 week notice (after being asked multiple times)--any law about that?
She says she only needs a week off.....I found that difficult to believe since she is not in good physical condition. Can I refuse her minimum days off she proclaims?
I would like not to hire her back.....do you see any problems?
Her boyfriend is going to now take 6 weeks because he gets CA FMLA disability according to them.....is that correct? They wants him to work for us in the evening when she is off work. Is that legal if he is getting CA FMLA?
I only responded for a CA attorney because it sounds like they are trying to take advantage of the system.
They have only worked for us 6.5 months and 5 months respectively.
Okay--just refund the deposit. I will search elsewhere.
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