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Can my employer force me to work on sundays if its against

can my employer force me to work on sundays if its against my faith

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Asad Rahman

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J.D.

 
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I am an american working in Dubai, in the United Arab

I am an american working in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. I worked up until today for ***************** based in New Brunswick, NJ. According to them, I was terminated due to poor performance, but have evidence otherwise. I was subjected to religious discrimination and wrongfully terminated based on their budget cuts, but managed to say it was poor performances. In the UAE you can only sue in the labor courts, not in the civil. In the labor, i can only sue them for example for the sign on bonus they never paid, but that is it. I cannot sue them for wrongful termination. My question, is can I sue them in the USA?

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Ely

Counselor at Law

Juris Doctor

 
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My boss is a Christian, I knew that when I got hired. I grew

My boss is a Christian, I knew that when I got hired. I grew up in a Christian and have many Christian values, but I don't believe in organized religion. During what is supposed to be our sales training meetings our managers often show religious based motivation videos and often requests we have a word of prayer. It makes me uncomfortable and I feel singled out when I don't participate. I believe my lack of participation has also resulted in me not getting leads from sales managers, and feel I will lose my job if refuse to participate. Is this legal?

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Patrick, Esq.

Doctoral Degree

 
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I was fired from my job because I did not work Easter Sunday

I was fired from my job because I did not work Easter Sunday as I asked for the day off two weeks in advance and the boss said he was working on it but never told me he did not do it and when I went in to work Monday morning at 10 I was told I was fired because I did not work sunday

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ScottyMacEsq

Doctoral Degree

 
22,066 satisfied customers
I have an active EEOC discrimination case against my company...I

I have an active EEOC discrimination case against my company...I am not technically fired from the company, but I am drawing unemployment from them. 3 months after my last assignment ended I received a call from my company offering me a position. They are well aware of the lawsuit against them and yet have offered me a job...I detect shadiness and the question is... if I accepted the job would that null my suit? I'm trying to figure out why would they even WANT to offer me a job knowing I am suing them. I am drawing unemployment, so am I obligated to accept the job from the company I'm accusing of discriminating against me? Oh and by the way...I need an employment lawyer. I'm suing for sex, religious discrimination and retaliation. All well documented.

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Allen M., Esq.

JAG officer and former adjunct prof.

Juris Doctor, Cum Laude

 
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I have a case pending with the hospital I work with

I have a case pending with the hospital I work for and with the Eeoc. We go to mediation in early February. Sexual harassment, religious discrimination and retaliation. I cannot seem to figure out what happens at mediation

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John

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Doctoral Degree

 
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What constitutes "probably cause" when the NYS Dept. of

What constitutes "probably cause" when the NYS Dept. of Human Rights uses the term, when deciding whether there was "probably cause to believe that an act of discrimination has occurred" during an investigation of racial/religious discrimination? What percentage of complaints filed with the NYS Dept of Human Rights are found to have probably cause?

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Allen M., Esq.

JAG officer and former adjunct prof.

Juris Doctor, Cum Laude

 
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Receiving a complaint email from a terminated employee

Receiving a complaint email from a terminated employee regarding the terminating process. Please take time to read it and let me know what action the company should take. the email was received two days ago. Jane(Fake name) did not do what the terminatedemployee said in the email. There were several people in the office. No one saw that Jane forcefully grab her hand or pushed her toward the desk. If it happened, the terminated employee might scream to express her pain, but no one heard that. I am writingto you to confirm I was wrongfully terminated in the work place. Before I was terminated I experienced an unusual level of hostility and a remarkable degree of harassment. Jane(Fake name), HR Department, has forcefully grabbed my arm in an attempt to removethe wireless mouse from my hand and also forced my body into my desk in order to remove the wires from the computer I was working on. I must stress that at this point I was not terminated. I am writing to you as a formality to report this incident and pleadyou to take the corrective action against Jane. At no point did I make any defensive or aggressive gestures towards her and it was completely unprovoked. If no action is taken to contact me and investigate this matter, it is my intention to proceed this matterfurther with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of the wrongful termination and harassment that I experience. I will also be attempting to contact a lawyer to bring suit about other acts that I have found out about this company. Please contact me viaphone call and or email to follow up with my request. If I do not receive a response in a quick and timely manner, I will continue further with my actions.

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Marsha411JD

Doctoral Degree

 
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Working company 10 years, boss has decided to get rid

Working for a company 10 years, boss has decided to get rid of my position, meanwhile has hired a temporary at double the rate. Has hired his whole department from his Church, which I do not belong

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Patrick, Esq.

Doctoral Degree

 
16,810 satisfied customers
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