I have been employed a this company for 19 years., now they
I have been employed a this company for 19 years., now they will be outsourcing . Is is possible I may loose my job, if so what can I doJA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: ohJA: 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: we are being offred retention checks
I was at work andca CO worker came to my work station
HelloJA: Hello. How can we help?Customer: I was at work andca CO worker came to my work station starting an argument. I asked her to leave me alone and then she hit me. I had a previous altercation with her 3 months before that and wrote a statement and gave it to HR and my manager and I was hoping that the problem would be resolved until last night. I'm a good employee I have never had any problems I make Above production and was just hired on permanent this person has is under production and has caused massive confusion in the workforce with several other employees but we were both suspended until investigationJA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TennesseeJA: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?Customer: Full tumeJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No thank you.
My boss says I can no longer leave town during my time off
my boss says I can no longer leave town during my time off because I asked to be paid for unused paid vacation time. She says that she wants me to be available during my time off in case the other regular worker is sick or there is an emergency and if I ever want to go out of town on my days off...it will count as vacation time. Is this legalJA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: californiaJA: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?Customer: at will full timeJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
I signed a contract which contained the following retention
I signed a contract which contained the following retention bonus terms:"5. EMPLOYMENT-AT-WILL: Information given in this correspondence, as well as your response, is not intended to create a contract, nor is it to be construed to constitute contractual obligations of any kind or a contract of employment between NCGS and any of its employees. Your employment relationship with NCGS is at-will. While we certainly hope that the employment relationship will be mutually beneficial and rewarding, both you and NCGS are free to terminate the employment relationship at any time, with OR without cause and with or without notice.6. COMPENSATION: Your pre-tax compensation wilt be an annual salary of One Hundred Twelve Thousand and Five Hundred Dollars and No Cents ($112,500), which paid bi-weekly, is approximately Four Thousand Three Hundred and Twenty-Six Dollars and Ninety-Two Cents ($4,326.92). Additionally, you will be entitled to a pretax sign on bonus of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000), 50% of which will be paid after ninety (90) days of successful employment, The remaining 50% will be paid upon completion of one year of employment. The full bonus amount must be repaid in the event that you quit or are terminated for cause within the first eighteen (18) months of your employment"in June 2016.In December 2016, the company released a company wide "mandatory non-compete agreement" that required a signature in exchange for continued employment and a Christmas bonus check. The non-compete agreement was extremely restrictive in that it stated that it prohibited one from seeking employment for a period of 2 years in any industry related to the medical field, including the medical field anywhere in the world.Further, the company engaged in quite nefarious practices and demonstrated a management style which would make almost anyone feel very uncomfortable and would make them not want to continue with the company. These practices include a potential claim of "slander".The question I want answered is, "is it legal for a company to offer a retention bonus, and after one has already signed a contract for such a bonus, change the employment environment to uncivil and unbearable including issuing a mandatory requirement to sign a non-disclosure agreement for continued employment, and still have a contractual basis to collect the money disbursed as a part of the original employment contract"?Also note, I did only received $5000 of the $10,000 and the disbursement was not a pre-tax disbursement. And, there was no terms for repayment listed in the original contract, yet the employer is attempting to get me to pay interest, and pay at a rate of about $900 per month to pay the $4400 back. They kept a portion of my last paycheck but allocated the money in a fashion such that they short changed me about $150 of the money retained from my last paycheck. And they have had the Human Resources Manager email me on at least 3 occasions with 2 other individuals on the email, one being one of 2 company attorneys and the other the VP of Finance, the person who originally signed the original employment agreement, demanding that I sign a repayment schedule of about $900 per month and agreeing to the interest payment.
In 2012 a bank that I was employed at gave me a $71,500
In 2012 a bank that I was employed at gave me a $71,500 performance retention bonus as they were in financial difficulties and didn't want me to leave. The one page letter of agreement states: Failure to remain working at ... ... through five (5) years from your signed date of acceptance will automatically result in your agreement to the requirement to repay the $71,500 performance retention bonus. That bank was acquired later on and then acquired this year by a third bank. I left in November and now the current bank wants the bonus back.My question is, there was no mention of any successors in the agreement. Do I have to pay?
I am in need of some answers on my rights. My employer has
I am in need of some answers on my rights. My employer has overpaid me, according to them, and now they want the money back. The amount is $40,000 over a 16 month period. They have claimed the overpayment is their fault due to an error on entry and a program error by the payroll program.JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: FloridaJA: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?Customer: Truck Driver. I believe at will. company based out of Arizona.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
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My current employer is selling the part of the business I
Hello.My current employer is selling the part of the business I work for to another company.I'm asked to sign a retention package document and submit it to the HR department within a week.This document appears to be a legal contract, detailing the conditions of my being employed by the new company.How legal is this and what may happen if I do not sign it?
I have an employment contract that expires today which
I have an employment contract that expires today which states: 'Employee will be eligible for a retention bonus of Thirteen thousand dollars ($13,000.00) if Employee executes Duties while remaining employed with the Company through the Term of the Agreement.'My employer has offered me a new contract.Should I be paid the bonus?