Lawn Maintenance - asked to drive dump truck pulling a trailer. No additional compensation for driving. This truck buckles the trailer if you back up at too sharp an angle. Had just started driving, no training, and I buckled truck trying to ba...
In order to answer this question, I would need to know what your hourly wage is. The deductions might be "legal" if the amount deducted did NOT lower your hourly wage below the Florida minimum of $8.05/hr. You might also have a discrimination claim based upon national origin or color. Contact a local employment attorney soon and discuss your options.See question
I worked at a hotel that let me live there at the same time I've lived there for three months and I had to pay most the time my whole pay check which I was being cheated on. Worked 45 hours a week only get paid 15 to 20 hours. I ran that hotel des...
Much of what they did to you is illegal. I strongly suggest you contact a local employment attorney who handles these type of wage and hour cases. You must be paid for every hour you work.See question
Worked for a month at a restaurant and have not been paid. I have my time stamps. Other employees are owed much more
Call an Employment Attorney who deals specifically with Florida Restaurant Laws. There may be tip credit implications and you will want someone who understands how restaurants operate.See question
I worked as a license agent for 2 years. On my last pay I was missing some of my bonus I asked for full details of all application I had process, when I asked they made up all kinds of excuse as of why I wasn't getting my full bonus .That was not...
I agree with the other attorneys, but would like to add that a non-spoliation letter should be sent to the employer, directing them to save the video.See question
I work for a company, have been with them for a little over a year now. I've always loved my job, but one of my supervisors has always made comments to me about other women as they come in our store, walk by and even about other employees. I spoke...
It is hard to determine whether you need an attorney because your fact pattern does not contain the content of the "comments." What were the "comments about other women?" I would speak with an attorney before I spoke with HR; HR is there to protect the employer, not the employee.See question
I bought a doctors note and I still made it on time to work
If you made it to work on time, then why were your hours adjusted? Did someone tell you the reason your hours changed? EMployers can unilaterally change your working hours for non-discriminatory reasons.See question
My 'ex' is on his fifth job since I have had to have my spousal support IWO served on his employers. Does anyone know of a reputable P.I. or some other reliable source to discover where the Obligor is currently employed? This individual has move...
Employment records are kept by the DEO, and Worker Compensation agencies in Tallahassee. You might be able to have the State Attorney check the records or ask the court for a subpoena. They are indexed by social security number and/or name.See question
My husband has worked for a company for two years that refuses to reprimand a co-worker of his. This co-worker openly threatened the lives of all of the employees and the owners of this company and he was not reprimanded or fired. This Same employ...
I agree with Arthur. My take on a solution is to get the police involved. Making death threats is against the law as well as making threats of violence. If the employer retaliates against your husband, there might whistleblower protection available. Speak with an employment attorney and get their point of view; then do something.See question
was accused of affair is it any of their concern went to school so that I could get a promotion and when I was done was told that it would never happen now I'm being talked about by everyone including the higher ups
Not sure I fully understand your question. Why exactly are you not being promoted? You went to school and had an affair with a co-worker - I think. And now you believe you are not getting a promotion because people are talking about you? Does your workplace have a non-dating policy? Would the person who you had the affair with be required to work for you if you were promoted?See question
Florida is a right to fire state. You can be fired for any non-discriminatory reason. Being on probation is not a protected class and it was not against the law to fire you.See question