I have been on medical leave for lower back and neck pain caused by disc and stenosis issues. I am waiting for LTD to be decided. I have not received an income as of 8/11/13 as STD ended on 8/10/13. My employer states I can come back to work wi...
Your question poses many issues and questions. For example, do u believe u still are disabled? If you do return to work, will the hurt your LTD claim.
You really should consult with an employment/disability lawyer. The lawyer needs to review the LTD policy, your claim and know more about your employer.
Initial agreement start date was incorrect; both parties agreed to a changed start date that was "written in"
It depends under what State law governs, the terms of the contracts, and other relevant facts.
For example, does the contract have a severance provision? Does the contract provide a definite term of employment. Did you give up other employment to accept the job offer. Why do you think the contract was rescinded? was it subject to a background check?
You should consult with an employment lawyer.
My employer was fully aware of my disability. I called out of one day of work because I was having a psychotic episode, and was terminated on the grounds that they needed more reliability (basically they fired me for being disabled).
Much more information needed, including:
1. how long did you work for the employer
2. how many employees does the employer have
3. was your employer aware of your disability
Once that info is provided, more meaningful responses will be forthcoming.
I'm a nanny for a family. They pay me a weekly salary that is legally taxed. They are having financial difficulties and have asked me to take a week off unpaid in the past. After going on vacation they came home and felt the house wasn't clean the...
Generally not in Maryland. Do you work more than 40 hours in a workweek, if so, you also may be entitled to overtime wages. You should consult with an employment attorney.
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I was terminated during processing of my FMLA paperwork because the medical center (owned by the company I was working for) lost the paperwork. It was submitted the week of termination along with a letter from the medical center requesting additio...
very possibly yes, you should consult with an employment lawyer ASAP, the U.S. Department of Labor at www.dol.gov also has helpful information.
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Questioned her repeatedly . This was 9 months ago. In Md. I finally heard from HR that I am now an hourly worker. I am furious. They repeatedly lied to me. They owe me. Money. I feel foolish. Recourse ?
You may be entitled to overtime wages and penalty damages if you more than 40 hours in a workweek.
For more info see www.dol.gov and www.joblaws.net.
I work for an IT managed svcs provider. 7 1/2 years ago I signed a non-compete with my employer. Recently a client had a job opening which I applied to, interviewed for and was given an offer. The client has a contract with my employer with a clau...
The enforceability of noncompete agreements is a very specific and fact intensive issue, at least in the State of Maryland. You should consult with an employment lawyer well-versed on this issue.
I am in the middle of a divorce. My employer has informed me that they will not allow for me to have off for my court dates. I have been told that I have to have vacation time in order to take the court dates off. I am being told that I will have...
U need to check the state law where u live.See question
supervisor W passed away. former supervisor J. before the above mentioned supervisor said I was most qualified. and other employees were like how the hell. cause I would fill in for them both 2,3,4,5 am weekdays,sat,sun. for 15 yrs. the guy ...
Why do u think the supervisor is doing to this?
Do u think it is some sort of discrimination.
Co-owners of company A hire a client, a non-compete is signed barring any individuals from the company to take over services for said client. Company A dissolves, goes out of business, and restarts under a different name, retaining the client. T...
You really need to consult in person with an employment lawyer concerning this question. Not a question can that quickly be answered on line,