Have been working on status change from provisional to permanent for 3+ years. Every step of the way HR is blocking us. Had a meeting to discuss the upcoming civil service exam they finally created. Two weeks ago HR said give them time to research...
We would need to review your collective bargaining agreement before we could answer your question. Your union's attorneys should know off hand however.See question
I worked as an insurance sales rep for a large insurance company, and was recently terminated. In April, I was given a written warning for compliance-related issues (3 discount forms were not uploaded in a state-mandated timeframe), which was fixe...
You should request a hearing, I think most ALJ's would grant you benefits.See question
McDermott $175,000 a year job
If you have a collective bargaining agreement you may have seniority rights. Consult with a local employment attorney.See question
-Employee(minority) isn't provided with a chair like the other employees who is given a chair. So this employee is forced to stand up. -Employee speaks with HR about the situation and how standing is affecting their medical condition and HR offe...
Speak with an experienced employment attorney in your area before you resign.
You may have valid discrimination claims, but they probably will not be as valuable if you resign. Instead, go over your rights and discuss tactics with someone in the know before you act.See question
Should I be pd for 4hrs work Thank you
Are you asking because you are scheduled for less than the 4 hours work cancellation policy minimum? Or do you mean for another reason?See question
I initially filed the complaint in November, received final paperwork saying it was under investigation in March and still have not heard anything back. I have attempted to contact my case worker but they have not responded.
The longest I have ever seen the local EEOC sit on a case is 4.5 years. In reality, you are probably going to want to retain the services of an experienced employment attorney and go forward to litigation. You can, generally, pull your right to sue letter to move beyond the EEOC.See question
I received my EAD card recently and my legal status is H-4 Visa
A general attorney, business attorney or commercial attorney may be able to assist you.See question
I believe I was improperly misclassified as an independent contractor in 2010. Assuming that I am correct (and that I should have been labeled as an employee), can I sue my employer for the contribution my employer should have paid towards my emp...
There are different ways to go about this, but the IRS actually has a form and a process that specifically addresses it.See question
More details: Technically not first day because I volunteered for a week to orientate without pay. Harassment occurred since that volunteer week. On first day of hire, enough was enough and I recorded the harassment.. Sent email and certified firs...
Were you experiencing sexual harassment or something different?See question