I am owed medical benefits, which I have not yet received, forcing me to apply for Medicaid while pregnant. Can I sue my employer for those benefits?
Can I demand a severance package from my ex-employer? How can I go about doing it? Is my employer required to tell me the true reason for my termination?
When I started working as a contract employee with an employer, they paid for my hotel for the first 3 weeks and we have a signed agreement that they would take out the money from my paycheck every week for 6 weeks. However, when I recieved my last paycheck, they garnished the whole amount of the balance of about 100, leaving me strapped in a way I can’t pay rent and food and gas and make my bills. They did this without my knowledge or approval. I had no problem with the agreement in place and they have done this on more than one occasion with me not informing me of what money they will take out of my check for child support as well. The employer saw no need to contact me on 4 different occasions of check garnishments either by them or child support. So other than the Dept of Labor, would my only other course of action be a civil lawsuit and can I do that where I live or where do I have to do it in the state in which the employer is located, since they are two different states?
I have a technology job that has an intellectual property rights clause in employee contract. I asked permission to start a side business with a verbal approval from my boss.
I have a fellow co-worker who has tampered with my telephone messaging system.
I have terminated an employee for wrongful use of his computer in Florida, and part of his job was to contact and procure new homeowners lists for our mailouts.
Last week, my boyfriend broke out in a skin rash. He visited a doctor who diagnosed him with scabies. He immediately started his medication and told his employer of the situation.
I work for a fast food chain and I’ve been there for about 3 weeks now. I started off getting full time hours. A couple days ago I was asked to go into the manager’s office, and she proceeded to ask me (a female) about one of the male supervisors that I worked with.
I work for the government. My department has a very bad manager (many complaints have been filed) which has caused several people to apply for other jobs.
Can my employer force me to resign because I will not take a transfer to another location? I take care of my elderly mother and this would cause hardships to my family.