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My employer, a small CPA firm, will merge with another firm
My employer, a small CPA firm , will merge with another firm on January 1, 2017. I have been informed that I will not be hired by that firm and that my last day of employment will be December 31, 2016. I have worked full time for my present firm since October 16, 2007. I am covered by long-term and short-term disability insurance through my current employer. My physician has recommended that I have knee-replacement surgery. This surgery will require me to be off of work for 4-6 weeks. When I inform my employer of my intention to file for short-term disability , I fear that they will immediately discharge me. What recourse to I have if this happens?
I am requesting FMLa FOR MYSELF DUE TO ONGOING ptsd
I am requesting FMLa FOR MYSELF DUE TO ONGOING ptsd TREATMENT. Can my counselor fill out the form for the health care providerJA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: paJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: no, not about fmlaJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I work in a place that is very unfriendly to its employees and I have no sick or vacation time left. I did speak to a lawyer about an EEOC complaint for disparate treatment, but decided not to do that.JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: PA
I am diagnosed bipolar, receive disability from the military
I am diagnosed bipolar, receive disability from the military for the condition, and take medication to help me sleep. My medications leave me groggy and unable to drive to work until later in the morning. I have asked my employer for a modified schedule where I come to work later and stay later. He has said no. He is aware of my disability. Do I have a case? Is a modified work schedule considered a reasonable accommodation?
I was terminated due to expense report issues. (Wrongly)...
I was terminated due to expense report issues. (Wrongly)... I was never accused of theft or fraud... Reason given was for not being fiscally responsible... (Certainly eluding to without saying directly expense report falsification)... This occurred 17 months ago, and I have heard nothing since.... Should/ can I assume that this issue is behind me?Thanks
Not sure if this is age discrimination or not. I received an
Not sure if this is age discrimination or not. I received an email from my employer, General Electric, around June 1st, notifying about 268 employees that they are eligible for a Voluntary Incentive Retirement Plan, offering one half of annual salary for people who accepted the plan and elected to retire on July 31st. Although I had about two months to train someone, my boss considered my position critical and would not let me accept the retirement package, with no offer of any retirement package in the future. He wanted me to stay an extra couple of months, with no incentive to stay except my normal salary. Because I was ready to retire and saw no reason to stay, i elected to retire on June 30th. I have no idea if I was the only one who was refused this offer because HR would not let me know. I am 68 years old and was ready to retire. Do I have a case for receiving any compensation on my retirement?
Is this ground case against Blue Cross Blue Shield MN? I
Is this ground for a case against Blue Cross Blue Shield MN? I worked at BCBS for 4 years. In my last 6 months I had a new manager who worked agressivly to get me to leave, I earned Exceeds Expectations for 3 1/2 years then in the last 6 months after reciveing a superior rating on all 3 of my annual goals, she gave me an overall rating (subjective) 'Needs Improvement" which prevented me form reciving the annual CIP performance bonus ($15,000. to $23,000). Two days later I was notified my position was bing eliminated in 60 days, Merch 25th. She then hired her former co-worker (same level as me) and smoking buddy from her prior company. My responsibilites were given to him and a few others. I am 64 he is 30s/40s as is the Manager. As of 5/31 I am at Anthem as a Performance Audit Manager. I filed an EEOC complaint - I recieved a response on 6/6/16 stating: Based on thier investigation they cannot conclude a voilation...This does not certify the respondent is in compliance...etc"
I am a spanic born and raised in Peru. I worked bigView more employment law questions
I am a white Hispanic born and raised in Peru. I worked for a big automotive group as a sales manager for the last 3.5 years. I have the best track record of any other manager in my store, and The other stores located in my city. I live in Arizona an at will employment state. The other 3 managers in my store are American and all of them have a personal relationship with the general manager, and they were not let go even though they have worse records than I do. Do I have a case or am I wasting time