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I work franchise company Domino's Pizza my check that I

I work for a franchise company Domino's Pizza my check that I received from them I deposit into the bank and it bounced a week they gave me another check what you went through my next two week paycheck deposit to the bank and it bounced again from these two checks I was over drafted on my bank account together the cost was $160 for the check bouncing on top of that I just bought a new car and my first payment failed because of the check bouncing I've been asking them for my reimbursements from the bank and I was very upset because I wanted to upgrade my new car for a better one but I had to make 6 on Time payments and now that the check bounced it messed that up for me I went to the board of Labor and filed then an employee told me that I cannot take them to court because of a paper I signed when I first got hired what do I do in that situation.

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A business aquintance offered my husband a job with a very

A business aquintance offered my husband a job with a very nice salary plus bonuses when they finish projects. The man lives in Florida but we live on Ohio, so this was going to entail a move. The business aquintance flew my husband to Florida twice where they discussed terms and worked together on the business. My husband was paid a small amount by personal check with the promise that he would be put on pay roll. My husband has since been back in Ohio because their next big project is waiting on a state inspection. However, he has been doing stuff for the business from home. His new employer told him twice he was sending his paycheck but weeks later, still no check. Now he won't answer my husband's calls. My husband has an email stating that he was now an employee of the company and would be paid a salary every two weeks. There was no indication that he was fired just suddenly being ignored and not paid. My husband also quit his job to take this one so we are in dire financial condition now with no paycheck. By my calculation, he is owed more than $11,000 for the weeks he worked. Does it sound like we have a case? Would it be worth it? Would it be possible to get a lawyer to take it who would take pay as a percentage of any judgement we receive?

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What are my rights at my workplace if I am the victim of

What are my rights at my workplace if I am the victim of unfair surveillance at work? Do I have the right to leave my contract early if I can prove this is happening, meaning if my workplace is being used to investigate me?

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For LAW EDUCATOR -Hello Sir.My employment contract was breached, Sept 2015. I must go to arbitration, as per contract. What are the time limits for me to submit paperwork to the arbitration organization?Thank You

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I plan to resign my position due to the fact that after

I plan to resign my position due to the fact that after repeated request for clarification and the promise of a written agreement on what exactly my package includes I have not received anything.My question is will I be able to collect un employment insurance if I resign.I live in CA and have worked for the current owners of my company for 13 months.

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My brother-in-law worked in maintenance apartment and

My brother-in-law worked in maintenance for an apartment and received a free apartment as part of my pay. New manager transferred me to another complex after 8 years. Manager demanded that my brother-in-law sign a note for $15K to renovate the apartment that he vacated. Loan payments to be deducted from his pay. He declined to sign and now they are suing him for $15K. He has not received notice since he moved. They notified his mother that they would publish notification in July, upon receiving an extension for time to serve notice from the court. My brother-in-law has no assets and lives pay check to pay check. What can he do?

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I have an odd situation. I was fired from my job. My HR dept

I have an odd situation. I was fired from my job. My HR dept said it was because of "misuse of funds." This issue I have with this is, that i have been working there for over 4 years, and not once was I spoken to about doing anything "wrong." At the end of each month, I would submit receipts. The receipts were copied on a paper and faxed over to the office. I was reimbursed at the time of submitting my receipts. There was never an issue, a conversation, a warning, a write up, or any disciplinary action taken in the past about this issue. The agency typically follows some sort of disciplinary action with their employees. I was surprised this was not done with me. I had no prior write ups, suspensions, or disciplinary action during my stay with this agency. I feel I was wrongfully terminated. Do I have a case?

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My employer has stated I am due write up and 3 day

My employer has stated I am due for a write up and 3 day suspension due to attendance. (I work over an hour from home and my only mode of transportation was down for 2 days. Regardless not worried about the write up) but its been 3 weeks and still nothing. How long does an employer in California have to issue the write up before its no longer valid? Thank you

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I work on commission and all salespeople were forced to sign

I work on commission and all salespeople were forced to sign a new contract that holds us 100% liable for our customers bad debt. We have paid thousands of dollars back to the company when a customers closes it doors or refuses to pay the company. The company says they are not losing one cent. Is this still legal to do since we had to sign the new contract or be out of a job?JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MarylandJA: Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: I tried to get a clear answer before I had to sign, but they said I could only sue for duress of having to sign. I would have been out of a job.JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: Not that I know of. We are food vendor. Our accounting department extends the credit. Sales people are said to be 100% responsible for their receivables. A guy just quit because a restaurant shut its doors and they are now deducting $5000 out of his commissioned paycheck.JA: 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 Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.

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