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My retention letter states that the payout will be as
My retention letter states that the payout will be as follows:• Total payout is 10% of employee base salary as of October 1, 2015.• Paid in two phaseso 10/23/15 – 5%,o 7/23/16 (or closest pay date) - 5%,having a hard time with HR getting their ducks in a row so it will be the first paycheck in August, the 11th.JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: washingtonJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I hit send too soon...should have continued to say that the payout should be July 29, but my boss' reply when asked was, "... having a hard time with HR..." my question is can they change the date like that?JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: washington
I was red as as an adult RN home health company in CO. I
I was hired as as an adult RN for a home health company in CO. I received a $3000 sign-on bonus for agreeing to see at least 25 patients a week for $45 a visit for the next 3 years. This company, however, only had 2-3 adult patients admitted for home care nursing at any time, so I was never able to make more than 5 visits a week. After several months, the company decided they would no longer have an adult division. Because I am not qualified to care for pediatric patients, I resigned. Now the company is demanding I pay the bonus back. Am I responsible for the payment?
I have a question. We are developing a software customer and
Hello,I have a question. We are developing a software for a customer and he did not pay us for months. I want to know if can we give him the version he was paying for? I mean we roll back for the exact date he paid us last time. He was promising us to be paid and it never happened. He only did it so we get to this point where (he thinks) we just give him as it is being upset on him. The software has no registered intellectual property. In the contract we have signed it says that if he is exciding the work we will give him a different quotation. He only want to take advantage on us.Best regards
When I sold my preschool business 3 years ago, there was a
When I sold my preschool business 3 years ago, there was a non compete clause in the contract I signed. It stipulated a 10 mile radius from the current location of the school. It did NOT define a period of time. I have been offered a Director position at a brand new school (direct competition to my old business) and it is 7 miles from the preschool. I would argue that it has been 3 years, plenty of time for one to establish and brand their business in this industry, and that I need to make a living. How enforceable is the non compete because it did not have a time limit? Can I do anything proactively to ensure the new owner does not come after me legally? Thanks.
Last week I signed a contract with a dog trainer. I paid m
Last week I signed a contract with a dog trainer. I paid him $2,000.00 at the time of our meeting for a package of training sessions, and we had a training session that morning. That 1 session cost $150.00, it was a private session. We made an appointment for 7/19/16 at 10:00am, he was a no show, we made a text contact a few hours later and rescheduled for 7/20/16 a 11:00am, he was a no show again. I used this trainer last year and he did the same thing to me. We worked things out and I completed my training sessions. I am not happy that he is already ignoring me. I want to stop it now. I feel he has breached the contract. Is it too soon to file a small claims against him.
I'm reading an employment agreement and I'm concerned about
I'm reading an employment agreement and I'm concerned about some language in the agreement. It states:"For a period of two (2) years after termination of my employment for any reason:1. I will provide any prospective employer or other entity to which I consider rendering service, prior to accepting employment orrendering such service, with a copy of this Employee Agreement."This seems very strict and atypical and am looking for some advice as to whether I should accept these terms or strike them and with what cause I should answer with.
A former employee of the company I work file a wrongful
A former employee of the company I work for may file a wrongful termination suit. Her lawyer would like to ask me some questions. Could I be putting my job at risk by speaking with her attorney?JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: ColoradoJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I can't think of anythingJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Employment Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
Miami fl 33179, Rolando Moncada, 2012 and 2013 half of 2014
Miami fl 33179, Rolando Moncada, 2012 and 2013 half of 2014 I was vice president of the second forum condominium, our account was in 0$ since the administrators we had took the found , for a job never done, we started with the idea of people volunteering for the maintenance chores, Grass, garbage, rubbish recollection, painting, tailing floors, and the list goes on, no one volunteer and after 6 month I was offered by the board in a meetingto do the job of Janitor, which I did every weekend, in exchange of my mostly payment of 230 $ for condominium fee, until a new board came, in 2014, the board try for the new administration to charge me the months I have work, and did not pay the fee, but when I explain them what I did, their lawyer stop correspondence, 4 month ago they started once more , they wanted 2 years pay 18% interest and 50 $ late fee for each month, I ask for a intermediary, or a mediator, but they say there is not such of service on the condominium department , I ask them, to recognize my work done, they say I should have done it for free,they do not dispute the fact that the jobs were done, they just do not want to recognize a retribution for it,can some one help me please'this is what I got from themGood afternoon Rolando,In reference to your email below requesting a mediator, we contacted the department and once again they informed us that they play no part in this type of issues. This is strictly between the association and the unit owner.With that said, we are forwarding your account to the attorney for collection. Any further communication regarding this matter will be made directly with the attorney office.Thank you
What is the statue to file an unfair labor practices or ageView more employment law questions
What is the statue to file an unfair labor practices or age discrimination lawsuit? I was given the option to accept a severance package within a two week time period or the offer would be removed from the table and I would still be terminated. I had worked for a major food retailer in St. Louis, MO and was given the ultimatum to accept the severance package or be terminated in two weeks.There have been several employees terminated from this company over the last couple of years and have expressed interest in a class action lawsuit.
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude