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If your boss asks you to retire at 68 years old and gives
If your boss asks you to retire at 68 years old and gives you an ultimatum to either retire (path of least resistance) or says he will write you up as he has hired someone to replace you and asks you to leave after 10 years of service to your company, what rights do you have regarding receiving unemployment benefits ?
I am 17 years old. I live and work in the state of Florida.
I am 17 years old. I live and work in the state of Florida. I work in a retirement community, (Terracina Grand) as a server in the dining room. I am applying for a job (@Terracina Grand) where I will be a 3rd shift receptionist from 11pm-7am, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.I am taking online classes at a public alternative education school, and will be done will all senior classes online within a month. And then will not have to attend school until graduation at the end of the regular school year.I talked to my school (Beacon High School, Naples,FL) and they said they would allow me to only be a four day student, (Tuesday - Friday) and give me Monday's off due to my job I am applying for. My business director at work (Terracina Grand) suggested that I request a written statement detailing the days and hours that I have to be at school, so that we can send it to HR for help getting me the job.Child labor laws in Florida say that when school is in session, a 17yr old may only work in the hours of 6:30am-11pm and no more than 8 hours a day when school is scheduled the following day. On days when school does not follow, there are no hour restrictions.Am I able to work this job, especially the Sunday night shift, since I won't have school on Monday, because it will be considered a "weekend" for me? (No hour restrictions?)Thank You,Tyler Davidson
I am trying to get a job at a high school in my area. But
I am trying to get a job at a high school in my area. But ultimately I was turned down and further black listed when applying because my wife works at the high school.I am told it a rule that partners can not work together. But there are many husband and wife duos in this school district. But we are told they get grandfathered in because they were there when the rule came about. But there is at least 1 set that was hired after the rule.Is there anything I can do?
At my workplace, three workers were working late. They
At my workplace, three workers were working late. They started joking about fellow employees. One comment was made about a gay employee at which time another employee asks if he was the giver or receiver. One of the emoloyees confronted the gay employee and asked if he was a giver or receiver. He mentioned that it was another emoloyee who wanted to know. The gay employee sent a text to the GM complaining. Can the original employee be held liable?
If I live in NV, but I work for a company in CA, how exactly
Hello,If I live in NV, but I work for a company in CA, how exactly do statements like the following affect me?"this will apply as an exemption under California Labor Code XYZ."As in, if my company is located in CA (it's hq and main offices), but I'm still working remotely from NV, is this California labor code applicable to me? I assume it is since my company is in CA, but just want to make sure.
I am an Arizona motor vehicle dealer that has had workers
I am an Arizona motor vehicle dealer that has had workers sign a IRS w-9 form not a IRS w-2, sign a secondary form stating they know they will not have taxes taken out of their pay, and they will be an outside labor employee.All is fine until they quit or get fired and they now try to receive unemployment wages and or protest to the labor board suddenly having a gap of memory where they enjoyed having no taxes being taken out of their pay. is there definitive language that can prevent the ex outside laborer from being successful in over turning their original agreement and the company having exposure and liability etc.
I have to represent myself in the Worker's Comp system. I
I have to represent myself in the Worker's Comp system. I understand there is a Patterson Law that references something about , if a patient is taking a medication for over two years they can not be denied that medication by the Workers Comp review system. Could anyone help me find that law?
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Employer ask experience of specific sales area, for exampleView more employment law questions
Employer ask experience of specific sales area, for example "Do you have sales experience of clothes area, we only hiring experienced people" Are they have a right to hire only experienced people, or they should provide a training?