I work at an amusement park as a restroom attendant and receive above minimum wage. When I work overtime I noticed that my wage is calculated at minimum wage. Is this legal, I also noticed that this same technique is used for head employees and lo...
You must be paid 1 1/2 times your hourly rate. If you are paid $50 per hour, you are entitled to $75 per hour for overtime.See question
I work as a HR recruiter
I would say this is a contract question more than an employment question. I recall from law school that a contract must be delivered before it is binding. If you were not provided with a copy, a judge could decide that the contract was never delivered and therefore not effective.See question
I was working an internship through my school where I worked in a human resources administration (public assistance ) building. Interns aren't given ID and one day, as I've done many time, I tried to reenter the building via employee entrance. Soo...
I recommend you talk with someone at your school immediately. They have probably been contacted by the job already, so the sooner they hear your side of the story the better.See question
I work for Flushing Bank. My wife and I applied at separate times and were interviewed by separate people. We were offered positions at two different locations, with two different job descriptions.
If she was hired for a position in NYC, the NYC Human Rights Law prohibits employment discrimination because of marital status. You can consult an employment attorney or file a complaint with the NYC Commission on Human RightsSee question
I interviewed for a part-time position at a magazine and was told I could not write for any similar publication.
Non-compete clauses restricting where you can work after you leave are sometimes not enforceable. But a restriction on other employment while you are still there is probably enforceable. If you are presented with a written contract, you should discuss it with an employment lawyer before you sign.See question
So I have been wantig to convert to Judaism and I reach out to a synagogue and left one of the Rabbi's a message and an email. After not reaching out to me after an extended period of time I try reaching her again. During our talk she seemed like ...
Because our courts are secular they generally will not interfere with religious matters.See question
I handed in my notice of resignation today and was given 2 options with a 12 hour ultimatum to come to a decision: 1. work until the end of the week only and not be paid the remainder of the notice period 2. work the full months notice period ...
If the company has a written rule about notice, you should consult an employment lawyer about it. If not, there is no employment law regulating the issue.See question
I got most tictets all those tictets with mo license and the cops let me go
Consult an attorney who handles traffic cases.See question
I'm a hairdresser and I was audited in 2012, it's now 2015. It took my boss over 2 years to give me a list of all the services I did all year per request from NYC state. I was 1099 and getting paid 40% commission. After calculating all the service...
If you were paid by 1099, that means your boss should not have taken any deductions for withholding taxes. Consult an attorney about suing for money you may be owed. A general practice lawyer can help you.See question
I took vacation time the week before I quit and was due $2500 for that vacation week. This vacation time was approved by management. I quit the following Monday and they while will pay me for my last day (that Monday) they are refusing to pay me f...
In my opinion, you have the better argument. You can sue in small claims court. They may try to settle with you when they get the summons, or they could even not show up, so you would win by default.See question