I have an employment/contract law question, Well corporate
I have an employment/contract law questionJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: Well corporate is in Cleveland, but I think they might organize through Deleware. I reside in MichiganJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Not yet, this is pre-emptiveJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I am an at will employee per the terms of my employment contract. I am "tethered" to my employer for tuition payback if I voluntarily leave, and I am being laid off at the end of the month. This is background info.
I have a motel in Florida and am in the process of
I have a motel in Florida and am in the process of finalising its sale. The prospective new purchaser doesnt want the current manager of the motel. The manager of the motel stays on the property. How do I get him to leave without any present or future trouble?
In 2014 my employer announced a new policy that requires
In 2014 my employer announced a new policy that requires Operations employees at my level to give 60 days notice before leaving the company. The policy requires other people at my level in different parts of the company to give 30 days or less notice.I work in Delaware, which is an employment at will state. I accepted a new job at another company and I want to resign with 30 days notice. Can my current employer enforce the 60-day notice period?
I'm a teacher who was working school district in the
Good Morning Pearl - I'm a teacher who was working for a school district in the jurisdiction of Imperial county in California. I was not re-elected to continue working next school year. The story is long for a chat, but the basic elements were: (1) the school favored married staff and I was single; (2) my principal followed me, or had someone follow me, everywhere on campus; (3) he never gave me a performance evaluation; (4) he accused me from the start of "offending" the culture of some native american students (who were related to Board members); (5) I filed a complaint against this principal, but the superintendent gave me the letter of non-reelection three months later without ever addressing my complaint against the principal; (6) the principal increased his "value" for the school and graduated 12 native americans by decreasing the # ***** required credits by 25%, this is only one example; (7) principal hired another teacher - one week before the school year ended - to begin work in 2016-2017, (8) and to ensure that I remained "pleasant" during the last week of school, there was a county police patrol outside the school each day. The only other time that a police car came to the school was when my classroom was vandalized using a gun to break the windows overnight. One of the students told me, "so you can learn a lesson." Needless to say, a very stressful year, unlike the previous school year with a different principal. What do you think?JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: CaliforniaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I have four names to contact. One of the teachers advised me to contact attorneys that are not located near the school location (Winterhaven, CA), or Yuma which the vicinity town in AZ.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.
My father was the superintendent years know the landlord
Hello , my father was the superintendent for 24 years know the landlord terminated his employment and wants him out , gave him a writing letter to vacate on less then a month .it's been a month but he still haven't file an eviction in court and come almost everyday to tell us to leave emediatly and that any day he will send some one to trash everything we have in the basement and apartment . Can he do so ?
I am employed by a large multinational corporation. I have
I am employed by a large multinational corporation. I have been employed by this firm since August of last year. In February the topic of my relocation from my previous state (MA) to my current state (CO) was proposed by the VP of my function, hereafter called Abe. After the case was made for the relocation, I agreed. I was sent from MA to CO to interview stakeholders at the new campus and to find a new apartment. Finding a new apartment was difficult, but I was assured multiple times in writing and verbally that I would be reimbursed in full for the move. Multiple times between my first visit and my move Abe inquired into the status of my preparations, and encouraged me to continue preparations. A recent reorganization of my department led me to express to Abe my skepticism that I should move to Colorado at all, and possibly not stay with the company. This was met with more reassurances. I bought a ticket, hired movers, booked and loaded autotransport to Colorado, signed a lease for 12 months, and put a downpayment for the same apartment. The day prior to my departure, after all of my belongings were already in transit to CO I was contacted by the reimbursement office asking that I sign a contract to begin the reimbursement process. This contract contained a clause stipulating that if I did not stay with my company for 2 years, I was responsible for repayment in full of the relocation costs. I now know that this is a common stipulation in relocation contracts, but it was not disclosed at any time in the preceding 3 months, it is not in the employee handbook, and it is not on the employee HR webportal. If made aware of this stipulation, I would have made no plans to move. I contacted my HR representative for assistance, which they were totally unwilling to provide. The gist of the conversation was: "take it or leave it." As I had already paid for AND transported all of my stuff, and do not have the money to undo all of that by myself, I actually saw my options as, "take it." So I did. If we were to terminate our employment relationship before the end of the two years, is that contract enforceable considering the situation I was in when I signed it?
I have a situation where I was given a written counseling
Hey… I have a situation where I was given a written counseling because of a complaint. My supervisor stated that he did an investigation on the matter. He didn't ask me about the complaint. When I found out the complaint, it was when he was issuing me a written counseling. Then three weeks after that, he terminated my employment. I want to know if he could write me up for a complaint without hearing my side of the story.JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: North CarolinaJA: Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: I am a member of US Legal Resources and they gave me a lawyer however he wasn't an employment lawyerJA: Is there anything else the Employment Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: Yes… My Vice President came down to terminate an employee based on a complaint that was given to him. I asked my VP should we consult with the employee before we terminate him. He stated no because he had received the complaint from the Director of Nursing based on a CNA letter that she wrote. The complaint was that a CNA was sitting in my employee's lap in the break room. The story was made up so that the CNA could get terminated.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 Employment Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.