What are my legal rights?I was offered & accepted a job 2
What are my legal rights?I was offered & accepted a job 2 weeks ago and I put notice in to quit my old job and the company rescinded their offer on my last day of work which was yesterday. All my paper work was signed & faxed they even made me get immunizations that I didn't need. This is for Signature Performance Contractor @ Travis AFB CA. iwas supposed to strat working for this contract this Tuesday..She said NOTHING was wrong with my file when I asked her. I told her yourealize you told me to put in a 2 weeks notice and you realize I don't have a job now what?JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: this is in CAJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I'm sorry I don't understand the questionJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: this just happened to me yesterday
I have an employee Class A Driver whom has been employed for
I have an employee Class A Driver whom has been employed for 9 years, 65 years of age and has been having difficulties performing job duties and functions for the last two years. our company has always catered his work assignments to fit his abilities, however due to growth of company the ability to cater to his physical abilities is becoming difficult. he is going to be presented with a write up due to an infraction of hauling a load of Hazwaste that was not contained properly and then abandoned it in our company yard and left work stating he didn't have time to clean the truck leaving 5 personnel to finish his work. do we have grounds for termination? does he have any recourse against the company?
Can an employer or HR manager impose from an exempt employee
Can an employer or HR manager impose from an exempt employee to perform a specific set number of work hours per day? Would this request void the exempt status of the employee rendering that person to be classified as nonexempt? What are the pertinent labor laws and regulations regarding the reclassification to nonexempt from exempt as it relates to daily work hours performed? For example, John Doe, an exempt employee per his employment contract, is being asked to work nine hours per day. Would this ipso facto reclassify him as a nonexempt employee?
In the state of Colorado, can a small business owner
In the state of Colorado, can a small business owner terminate an employee without giving a reason for the termination? What protection and rights does the employee have against wrongful termination or workplace prejudice?
I was terminated last year by my employer and no fight
I was terminated last year by my employer and no fight ticket was provided is this a bonafide h1b terminationJA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MichiganJA: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?Customer: Full timeJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I was a H1B employee and my employment was terminated on 30th Nov 2015 I had to sign a seperation agreement to avail the health benefits
I have few questions regd employment, NJ, no not yet.... I
hiJA: Hello. How can we be of help?Customer: I have few questions regd employmentJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: NJJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: no not yet....JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I work as an independent contractor to some 'X' company. They are holding my two months salary and they are from Missouri. My client location is in NJ. What kind of help I can get? I would like to take this legally with help of lawyers from NJ state....
On a job offer letter, it was stated that I would not have
On a job offer letter, it was stated that I would not have to take an on call rotation. Upon accepting the offer, they are now mandating that I have to be on the on call rotation. Can they do this? What are my options? I accepted the job January of 2016 and they are mandating as of October 2016. This is in Massachusetts for a private but national company.
My employer violated my civil liberties for due process
My employer violated my civil liberties for due process including withholding material evidence (a malicious anonymous package targeting me received by the radio station I worked for. Multiple counts of obstruction of justice including but, not limited to collusion to conceal material evidence pertinent to the investigation and resolution of TWO court cases including a Protective Order and Child Custody. Retaliation. Intimidation. Harassment.Discrimination. I am suing this large radio corporation. Can my employer be arrested for what he's done in destroying evidence? I'm in Louisiana but the company owns stations all over the U.S.
Our business in located in Tennessee. I have an employee who
Our business in located in Tennessee. I have an employee who is under a workers comp claim and receiving physical therapy for a back injury, however she is able to complete her 40 hours per week under the current work restrictions.Just before she hurt her back, we were getting ready to reduce her to part-time for financial reasons as well as performance reasons.Since returning to work, she has violated her work restrictions (reported working a 10 hour day despite doctor's orders to work no more than 8 hour shifts per day). She changed her own schedule to reflect hours she claims to have "worked from home", all without our knowledge or prior approval. She often works unsupervised in our office and we know that at least once she has shown up later than her scheduled start time.We have also caught her being dishonest about completing work assignments and her productivity has decreased since returning from the injury.I no longer have any trust in her as an employee, but do not want to have to micromanage her every move, especially since I work in a different office.My question is, are we able to terminate or at least reduce her hours for reasons totally unrelated to her workers comp claim?