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We had a salaried manager at our restaurant, scheduled to
We had a salaried manager at our restaurant, scheduled to work last week Tuesday through Saturday, our days of operation. He did not show or call in last Friday, and on Saturday came in late and within 5 minutes walked out without a word to anyone that he was leaving. Do I have to pay him for those 2 days?
I was paid a retention bonus (district of columbia) 30 days
I was paid a retention bonus (district of columbia) 30 days after employment. The offer letter detailed the bonus, and that it would have to be paid back pro-rated if I leave before 2 years. I am resigning < 90 days into employment. Can the employer deduct from my last pay check for the amount owed?
Insurance question. I have a health insurance policy that is
Insurance question.Hello, I have a health insurance policy that is incredibly expensive, I get reimbursed by my employer for it but that money could go to better places. We received the policy off of the insurance exchange website and then 3 months later received a letter from Coventry health in NC, stating the insurance policy that we signed up for is no longer available and our insurance and deductible would increase next year, and it has. I was wondering , if I can cancel that plan and find my own plan without any penalty under obamacare/insurance exchange commision. Seeing as it's no longer open enrollment, am I able to change plans if the one I have no longer works for me or cost to much?
I have worked as a senior level executive company 25 years.
I have worked as a senior level executive for my company for over 25 years. Due to some wrong decisions made by my company's board members (family owned and privately-held), the company is doing an organized liquidation. These circumstances have occurred and I wonder if I have any legal standing against them:The company was profitable until roughly two years ago. When recently I discussed the downward spiral of the company, one of the board members/family members said to me, "just hang in there for about a month; changes are coming". The result was the organized liquidation.The owner of the company has become extremely inappropriate due to advanced age and decision-making difficulties. Comments like "why did you bring this shit to me", and "you are so stupid", " and "he is an asshole" are commonplace.Although they gave a few of us senior executives bonuses for last years' performance and reported it in our W-2's, they have held the checks and now the banks are not going to release them due to the organized liquidation.
In California, checks paying salaries and wages must be
In California, checks paying salaries and wages must be accompanied by statements (stubs) that detail deductions from the gross pay amount.In California, is the same requirement applied to pension payment checks? (Must there be a statement accompanying each pension payment check that shows deduction details?)Thank you for your help.Bill Truesdell
My son broke s back last Oct on the job and has been out of
My son broke his back last Oct on the job and has been out of work . This past Friday, he received a letter from Workers Comp for him to report to light duty work this past Monday. All of this time, nothing was said about cancelling his health insurance. Last Thursday, he tried to have a prescription filled, and was told his health insurance has been cancelled. When he reported to work and inquired, he was told that they "guessed since the company paid half of the ins. and he paid the other half, and had not been working to pay his half, that BCBS cancelled it." So when he asked when it would be reinstated, he was told that he missed open enrollment and it would be Dec. 1. So now, he has to go from now until Dec.1 for health insurance. Why did the company not have to notify him or Blue Cross Blue Shield? He had no idea he was losing his health insurance.
On her final paycheck from her employer, my daughter, a
On her final paycheck from her employer, my daughter, a Physical Therapist, had her usual paycheck garnished. She usually clears $1600.00 bi weekly. She received a paycheck of $132.00. Now she will have great difficulty in paying her mortgage and feeding her family. Where should she go for relief?
I enrolled in my employer's 401(k) plan, with a 6%
I enrolled in my employer's 401(k) plan, with a 6% contribution. This has been done every year for the past 4 years. I was basically on auto-pilot since I knew it was fixed at 6%, and since I am salaried, I don't really look at my pay stubs online. In March of this year, I logged in to our retirement plan provider's web site to check on things, when I discovered that my employer had not been taking the 6% out and contributing to my plan. Even though right on the webpage it shows I am contributing 6%, there were $0 in personal contributions. It did show my employer had deposited their 6% match for years 2012, 2013, 2014, but not (2015), and they have so far for 2016. However I had no contributions, which means exponentially reduced chance to accumulate money toward retirement (4 years worth)! My company's HR and Treasury have advised there is nothing they can do about this, but have just now corrected the error and my contribution is now being deducted starting on my 6/3/16 paycheck. Do I have any legal recourse for what seems to be a clerical error, or should I just consider this a loss?
We have an employee who negligently installed the incorrectView more employment law questions
We have an employee who negligently installed the incorrect material on a job in NC. Can we legally: 1)withhold hourly pay for the time needed to correct the mistake 2) require the employee to pay for the cost of the material needed to correct their oversight? Thanks