I have a doctor notes requesting for me to work from home for medical reasons, I am currently 33 weeks pregnant. Is my company supposed to accommodate me? I am accountant. How do I go about telling the owner of the company ( small company)
Yes-- they are required to accommodate you. Request either time off (without pay if necessary) or permission to work from home, which you should say you prefer, and do it soon and in writing. Offer medical confirmation of need if desired.
Later to my non monitiery telephonic interview to determine if I get the benefits or not.. I have no 8ntemtion of lying .. but should I just tell them that or tell her the reason things got to that point at work?
If you resigned only because you were told by someone in authority-- not just scuttlebutt-- that you were about to be fired, and you thought or were told that resigning would look better, then say that. You should then be able to collect, unless thy allege misconduct.See question
If I made stipulation in the court can I retracted within 3 days or not and how?
I agree with prior attorney posting. No-- such stipulations are binding subject only to fraud or other proven misconduct that induced you to make it.
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When I was hired by a technology company in Northern NJ I had to sign a non-compete agreement with them. Two months later I was laid off by them. The non-compete agreement bars me for one year from seeking employment or doing business within the c...
As the other respondents correctly note, your question is one that is very fact-sensitive. The precise contract terms and the overall fairness of restricting your post-employment opportunities and ability to earn a living are elements that must be considered. Another factors ares the cost a litigating and the effect on your subsequent employment.
You need to sit with someone who can help you evaluate all the many consideration and advise you after all these factors are known and discussed.
County: Passaic County. Case is against Outback Steakhouse - they are represented by NYC law firm (Seyfarth Shaw). We (both parties) are looking for a good employment lawyer to mediate this case. Thank you!
I'd love to do it myself-- I do both plaintiffs' and defense work in employment law, am certified as a civil trial lawyer, and have over 45 years at the bar-- but I'm not certified as a mediator.
Call if you want some other ideas.
I am representing myself Pro Se in a NJ matter. I am planning to schedule a deposition of key witnesses, including the Plaintiff. I would like for an Attorney admitted in NY to ask the witnesses the questions during this deposition. Is this per...
There are several issues. The NY attorney may risk criticism for doing as you propose, but I see nothing that prevents his participation as your associate counsel. More than one attorney can take part on behalf of a party at virtually any stage.
I am also unaware of anything preventing his asking questions via a talephone connection during the deposition. The worst thing that can happen-- I would think, and without seriously researching the point-- is that the opposing counsel may refuse to proceed and you will have to back down or have the NY-er make a motion to be admitted pro hac vice by court order and then reschedule the deposition, assuming the discovery end date doesn't prevent same.
My wife works for a company that once over 40 hours a week, they give you an allotment of vacation hours instead of time and a half for overtime. Is this legal in new jersey?
No. To enforce your rights to payment in US dollars, go to the Dept. of Labor, Wage Hour Div.See question
a business does that change my status for unemployment? I have not formed a business to start working on. I have started a search for capital only.
My understanding is that as long as you have not formed a business entity and continue to be free and available for full time employment, and are seeking it, you remain eligible to collect Unemployment benefits.See question
nothing in writing just told to go home.
Good question. The answer is "none" unless there is a credible allegation of discriminatory or retaliatory motive as the real reason. The the employer had better articulate and, if you sue, prove a legitimate reason for termination.See question
I am a contract employee and my employer has only renewed my contract until the end of the year with an unpaid week off from Christmas to New Years. Typically I thnk I could collect unemployment benefits for the week off since my office is closed...
It's not a matter of choice: if you are out of work and in fact not disabled, you must go the UI route. If disabled, you must go with disability.See question