I was recently hired for a specific job in a specific
I was recently hired for a specific job in a specific location. At the very start of the hiring process, I disclosed that my boyfriend already works for the company I was applying for and he worked at the same location. I was still offered the job. I turned in my resignation at my previous job. On my last day at my previous job, my new manager called to tell me that I was not going to be working at the location originally designated because HR did not want my boyfriend and I to be in the same building. He is a surgeon and I am an occupational therapist with specific credentials that assist his patients. The purpose of the move was so that I could treat his patients again. The company also employs several other couples who work in the same department with no issue. For some reason we have been pigeonholed and now I have forfeited my previous job for a job I never would have signed on for. What are my options?
I am currently working for a publicly traded company where
I am currently working for a publicly traded company where the ability to get work done has been impacted by a variety of problems. If I was to depart or be fired for lack of performance due to these problems how would you suggest to posture for an exit interview to receive severance and a positive reference? This company does work for publicly traded utilities and other government agancies.
I'm on a intermittent flma when I was awarded 30 hrs a month
I'm on a intermittent flma when I was awarded 30 hrs a month for my sickness, when asked loa to provided me how much monthly time I still had in my leave for the month they we're unable to grant me that... So now it's the end of the month and they told me that I ran out of time in my loa witch then caused me to go negative at my job witch is called for termination I was wondering if there's anything I can do legal wise if I get fired and if I would be able to get unemployment... Thank - Amazon employee
My employer changed my hours and I can't accommodate them
My employer changed my hours and I can't accommodate them due to lack of childcare for my daughter prior to her going to school. I explained this to her and at first she understood but then changed her mind and became adamant that I work the new hours. She claims now that she told me in my initial interview that tgese would be my hours which is not true. HR got involved and said she wouldn't budge and that if I can't work those hours I needed to send in my letter of resignation. I contacted an attorney who advised me against doing that. He said that since I was told not to return to work because I couldn't wirk those hours that I should send a letter that my employment was terminated. I did that today and HR contacted me saying that it would be in my best interest to resign since I wasn't officially terminated. I would not do that. My Union got involved and said that if I didn't report to my desk tomorrow at 7:30 it would be considered job abandonment. These were not the hours I had agreed upon. I don't know what to doJA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: New YorkJA: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?Customer: Full time, I am a member of a unionJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No
I was let go from my job 2 weeks ago and offered a severance
I was let go from my job 2 weeks ago and offered a severance in exchange for signing a "voluntary separation and release agreement". I have done some research and I don't believe signing this agreement would prohibit me from also collecting unemployment while I search for a new place of employment. I also would like to ensure the wording in the agreement is standard. Thank you.
I was recently let go as a salaried worker and I'm trying to
hi I was recently let go as a salaried worker and I'm trying to find out what my optinos are Celeste Sowerby is my name Assistant: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: I was employed for the last 17years with MGM Resorts and I was separated from employment on Saturday.
I received a phone call Thursday evening saying I'm being
I received a phone call Thursday evening saying I'm being put on administrative leave pending an investigation. I don't know what the investigation is about, they say they cannot tell me, nor do I know if I'm being paid. What are my rights in this situation? I'm in Pennsylvania and I work in a day care.
I failed a drug test and i do not use illegal drugs i dont
I failed a drug test and i do not use illegal drugs i dont even smoke cigarettes and when i requested a retest they stated that i would have to pay up to $270 for that. I need to know my right and how to contest this cause i can not let this reflect on my record because of my CDLJA: Can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TexasJA: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?Customer: No union im a contract owner operatorJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No just would like legal advice on how to handle this situation in the appropriateate manor