My current employer requires 4 weeks notice while my new
My current employer requires 4 weeks notice while my new employer wants to start in 2 weeks. I have unused vacation of 2 weeks but my current employer dont want to consider towards notice and want to payout at the end. I dont want to loose new employment. what is the best option here?JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Ontario, CanadaJA: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?Customer: FulltimeJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
My husband works for a Miami beach restaurant. He used to
Good morning,My husband works for a Miami beach restaurant. He used to work the evening shift until a few weeks before. They would start him at 3 pm and "finish" at 11 then his employer would have him clock out and send him back to work and they keep him there until next morning 6-7 am. Of course he has the right to say know but then he would lose the job. I don't think it's fair towards us. The other issue we have, about a month ago, they deposited his paycheck twice on the account. first we thought it was for his over time but apparently it was just a mistake by the employer. We used the money, now they are not willing to take the money back in payment plans they are not willing to work with us on any level just keep withholding all his paychecks until today. we got to a point that we cat even pay our bills now, cant pay our rent and we have to children under 2 years.We need help !Sincerely,Fanni Murai and Daruco Pacouloute
My daughter is employed in Singapore by an NGO headquartered
My daughter is employed in Singapore by an NGO headquartered in Calif. After 5 years, her ex-pat status expired and she remained with the project as an exempt, high level, employee. For several months the pay has been being readjusted downward and keeps changing. I just visited her and she asked for my assistance in what Calif law might say about these circumstances. They have even withheld pay. She loves the work, but not the salary drama. Where might I go from here to understand what the law says?thank you! Elaine ******
Counselor at Law
I have worked as a senior level executive company 25 years.
I have worked as a senior level executive for my company for over 25 years. Due to some wrong decisions made by my company's board members (family owned and privately-held), the company is doing an organized liquidation. These circumstances have occurred and I wonder if I have any legal standing against them:The company was profitable until roughly two years ago. When recently I discussed the downward spiral of the company, one of the board members/family members said to me, "just hang in there for about a month; changes are coming". The result was the organized liquidation.The owner of the company has become extremely inappropriate due to advanced age and decision-making difficulties. Comments like "why did you bring this shit to me", and "you are so stupid", " and "he is an asshole" are commonplace.Although they gave a few of us senior executives bonuses for last years' performance and reported it in our W-2's, they have held the checks and now the banks are not going to release them due to the organized liquidation.
Years I have been a third grade teacher at a Charter School
For 10 years I have been a third grade teacher at a Charter School in Arizona. I have now contracted with a public school for the coming school year and as such, will not be returning to my previous school. I just received a certified cease and desist letter threatening to withhold my June pay for breach of contract if I do not stop all communications regarding termination of employment including verbal, written or social media with parents. However, I have not breached the terms of my contract with them. Our contract did have non-compete terms such as stating that I can not work with in 18 miles of the school for a period of three months following termination. It also states that I may not solicit customers (parents of students) or other staff to go to a different school for a period of three months after termination. My new school is over 20 miles away from the old school and, although I did tell my students I was not returning, I have never solicited or even encouraged that anyone leave the school. Several of my former student's parents have become my friends over the years and have made comments to me on social media stating that I have been a good teacher or a joy in their lives and the lives of their children. They at times visit me at our family business (an ice cream store) during the summer. Again, I have not encouraged any of them to change schools. I am considering having an attorney respond to the letter I received and would like to know if I have anything to be concerned with or what my next steps should be. Should I contact a local attorney to help with this? Thanks
Please explain what it means in the agreement contract
Please explain what it means in the agreement contract 'You agree that at no time during the term of your employment with the company will you engage in any business activity which is competitive with the company nor for work for any company which competes with the company." my agency manager ask me to sign it. Does it mean they do not want me to take my clients away to work for another agency? or I cannot work for another agency which serve different clients for me to get paid for more hours? The current agency only payes me 12 hours per week. Does this contract mean they do not allow me to work for other similar nagture-mental health agency for other new clients to make more money? Please explain. I do believe I have right to work for more than one company to make more money right? They told me they will give me more new clients but they do not guarantee my hours and payment. What should I respond? Can I say I will not sign for it? If they told me I must sign otherwise they will not pay me to hold my paycheck what should I do? Please respond soon. I wait for your answer. thanks.
Do I have any recourse on the grounds of age discrimnaton? I
Do I have any recourse on the grounds of age discrimnaton? I know I am only 46, but accounts established by me were taken away from me and distributed to other reps who were younger, at least twice.This was done under the guise of a terrority shift, but do I have recourse?
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
My husband got suspended without pay week today but they are
My husband got suspended without pay for a week today but they are still requiring him to work tomorrowJA: Got it. The Employment Lawyer will know how to help you. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: He is an exempt employeeJA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: He is a director for a department. He was told that one of the employees was late on Thursday during a Monday manager meeting that he was conducting. The employee had not shown up on Monday. As good faith my husband said that he would put that he was sick until he spoke with the employee before terminating the employee due to the fact the employee was on corrective action. My husband then alerted HR to the issue. They are suspending him claiming that he had done employee time card fraud.JA: Is there anything else the Employment Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: Yes. My husband runs an entire department. They were approving a massive pay increase because of the changes in responsibility that he had been given. He was explained that it had all been approved and they were about to tell him all about it but because of this they are not going to pay him for the position/responsibilities that they have given him.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.