About a month ago, I put an HR complaint at my job after one
About a month ago, I put an HR complaint at my job after one of my employees told me that my supervisor was soliciting information about me while I was on personal leave. (recuperating from a miscarriage and concussion). This complaint led to many more meetings. After so much emotional abuse, I expressed to my employer that I was actively looking for a new job. Today, a few weeks after expressing that I was looking, my employer asked me to put in my resignation date. I'm not sure how to proceed with this. Can I refuse to put in a resignation date? If so, what can I say to them?
My son had a job offer. He signed paperwork and they
My son had a job offer. He signed paperwork and they conducted a background check. They he received an email saying that they may rescind the offer based on the background check and asked for additional information, which he sent in. This was last week. He has heard nothing this week and he is scheduled to report for work on Monday, 10/3. He called today and left a message. If he doesn't hear back tomorrow, should he report to the new job?
I hurt my back in June 2015 and directly told my manager I
I hurt my back in June 2015 and directly told my manager I needed an accommodation (I also have a disability - scoliosis). It was never addressed and 2 months later I was written up for working from home and absenteeism. I again stated my back issues, it was not addressed, and in January 2016 I was written up a second time and threatened with termination. In March 2016 I found out I was not given a bonus for the year because of the write-ups. Only then I again asked and finally received my reasonable accommodation - demotion with an ability to work from home. I had to take time off work due to depression and anxiety because of all of this. I lost wages, a bonus, and experienced emotional distress. I would like to submit a complaint to the EEOC - do I have a case?
I feel that I am classified by my employer incorrectly. They
I feel that I am classified by my employer incorrectly. They have me as a exempt employee and I should be non-exempt based on the below job description.Title: Senior Deskside Analyst• Accurately testing, identifying, repairing, resolving, end user technical issues regarding network/desktop/laptop/Server/printer support.• Break-fix, troubleshoot and resolve software issues; Reimaging computers/hard drives• Backing up and restoring user data, settings and associated systems administration activities• Assist Service Desk /Remote Desktop Support teams for hands and feet coordination efforts• Assist on Incident and Problem management activities• Taking ownership of issues through to resolution on all appropriate requests• Categorize and prioritize end user support requests (Incidents) and service requests by utilizing ticketing system to track tickets and provide up-to-date status and information• Move equipment associated with escalated help desk incidents and service requests• Recommends and/or performs upgrades on systems to ensure longevity• Provide trade show planning and support, setup, test, training, logistics and maintenance of all required Workstation and peripheral equipment at the site.• Adhere to ticket response and resolution SLA's as agreed upon with the customer• Assist on special projects like OS migrations, PC refresh and large scale PC deployments• Available for on call support during afterhours as and when necessary.• Willing to work on 24/7 environment.• How and when you were paid (i.e. cash or check, every Friday)
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
I have an offer from a company which I was terminated from 4
I have an offer from a company which I was terminated from 4 years ago. I am now on total disability, however, SSA has programs which you can return to work without being penalized. I'd like to accept the offer but do I have to tell my employer that I am in this program? Also, the employer has a long term disability benefit that starts after 1001 hrs of employment which is in the time limit of this program, can I accept this benefit?
I was interviewing with a company for a director spot at the
I was interviewing with a company for a director spot at the end of July I was asked to fill-out background paperwork. About two weeks later I inquired about the status of my background and was told in email "Thanks for following up. Your background check was a full pass. We don't normally contact references during the background check stage, and will use your passed background check as an indication of good standing. The next step, given that the entire team is in agreement, would be to make an offer to you. Unfortunately, I don't have an exact date on when you can expect an update but I do know we are aiming for October start dates". Yesterday I received the thank but no thanks email. I was very surprised and wondered if they broke any employment rules
I'm on a intermittent flma when I was awarded 30 hrs a month
I'm on a intermittent flma when I was awarded 30 hrs a month for my sickness, when asked loa to provided me how much monthly time I still had in my leave for the month they we're unable to grant me that... So now it's the end of the month and they told me that I ran out of time in my loa witch then caused me to go negative at my job witch is called for termination I was wondering if there's anything I can do legal wise if I get fired and if I would be able to get unemployment... Thank - Amazon employee
I am an RN. I have been asked to take a drug test by my
I am an RN. I have been asked to take a drug test by my doctor before he provides a prescription for ambien. I will test positive for thc. My current job has no access to drugs. If I refuse to take the drug test, can the doctor do anything? Is it my right to refuse? Could her report me to the board of nursing for suspicion? He has never prescribed rx in the past for me, said this is what he does for all patients .