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Negotiated individual employment contract; salaried, $1000
Negotiated individual employment contract; salaried, $1000 wkly guarantee; 40 + hrs. wkly. agreed; pre-representations & resume "engineer" level of specialized training & experience; now claiming NON-exempt status and is seeking additionalovertime pay. As employer we understood high rate of wage compensated for all hours worked and claim employee is exempt? Your thought? Defense?
I am a salaried employee and regularly am asked or mandated
I am a salaried employee and regularly am asked or mandated to work over the standard 40 hour week. Recently I needed to take 12 hours off for a family emergency. During that time I responded to emails and phone calls, I was just not at my desk. I've been asked to enter a vacation request to account for those two days. Yet - I worked all the following weekend on a project in order to meet deadline. I thought that salaried employees were not required to report short time off as vacation.
I Have an employee who worked 24 hours one week and 45.5 the
I Have an employee who worked 24 hours one week and 45.5 the next in the same payperiod. The payperiod is 80 hours biweekly. My company annual gross sales is 70,000 . The employee's hourly pay is $15 hour. Is the 45.5 subject to overtime pay in Texas? In Nevada it is not, I understand.
I work in law enforcement as a dispatcher, so we have access
I work in law enforcement as a dispatcher, so we have access to the most private of information.... At officers request only...Last year I was involved in a personal/non work related issue with my 15 yo child that caused us both to be arrested....Upon my return to work, I found out that one of my coworkers "printed off" my report of arrest...I was also notified that a supervisor in here was notified, allowed her to take the report off of the property... And also the assistant manager was made aware of the situation and "swept" it under the rug
Health Insurance COBRA My job terminated me and they were
Health Insurance COBRA My job terminated me and they were supposed to pay me for the months of June and July. They paid me for June but when I checked my bank account in July there was nothing there, The president of the company stated in writing thatI would be paid through July and receive all of my benefits, I immediately called and text him as I needed to pay my rent and other bills based on his written promise to me. Also I was having eye surgery and needed my health insurance. He never paid me forJuly nor did he give me my vacation pay which would have come to 8 weeks pay, did not pay me my sick pay which would have been 4 weeks (2 weeks each year) and I worked overtime everyday. I never took any time off and worked 6 hours overtime each day for 2years. The worst is I need my health insurance and they cancelled my insurance as of July 31, 2015 without giving me any notice. I text as well as called my boss who is the president of the company and asked him not to cancel my insurance as I would need tocontinue my coverage. This was ignored and I just got a letter sent to me after the fact stating that my insurance was cancelled. Again they had not notified me and according to Cobra laws you have 60 days to respond and sign up for Cobra, I not only did notget paid for the month of July
IT Consulting services corporation, operating out of NY.
IT Consulting services corporation, operating out of NY. The company uses independent contractors from Ukraine & Russia to provide services. The services are usually rendered outside of US, sometimes the ICs travel into US to collaborate with end clients.Question is about the risk of the ICs being classified as employees. Is this even possible for ICs that don't live in the US?
What action should I take if any, if my payroll seems to be
What action should I take if any, if my payroll seems to be incorrect after reviewing the W-2 my former employer sent?While Employed with the company my employment contract reads as follows:"Hours:This is a full time, Salary position. Regular office housrs are Monday - Friday, but there may be occasional evening and weekend work.Compensation:The following is subject to change: $25,000/year* ($961.54/pay period, 26 pay periods) base pay + Commision + Profit Sharing.*Note: As more than half of your total earnings in a representative period must consist of commissions to claim Salary Exempt status, your total compensation (Salary + Commision) must be paid to you in the amount of $37,500. The representative period in order to determine if you have met this threshold will be reviewed and paid to you in the fourth consecutive quarter, but not exceeding 12 months, following signing and fulfilling your duties in this agreeement. Any balance due to you to meet this requirement will be
I am a salaried employee in New York I have been at work sinceView more employment law questions
I am a salaried employee in New York I have been at work since 9:30am. the manager scheduled to come on and relieve me was rushed to the hospital. If I can't get anyone else to cover for him can I be fired if I close the business early? i haven't been able to get in touch with my general manager or my district manager. Another co manager said I could get termed out (fired) if I close early