If you supervisor treated the other person better because of their race, age, sex, etc. then maybe you have a legal complaint about what took place. You still might want to complaint to Human Resources about the situation in writing. For more information about your employee legal rights check out our employee rights blog www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com.
Yes it is 40 hours and if you are hourly and work over 40 you get paid overtime. For further information or questions check out my employee rights blog www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com or my website www.behrenlaw.com.
My response would be no. Sounds like your personal trade secrets and/or intellectual property that you have developed since before you joined him. Don't give him and if it gets heated speak to an employment law attorney. I will work for pastries...lol...
If you wish to see more about non-competes and trade secrets issues, check out my employee rights blog at www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com
It is quite possible you could have a claim under the ADA or the Florida Civil Rights Act. I would need to speak to you about some other issues to find out. For more information on these types of cases, check out my employee rights blog at www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com or my website www.behrenlaw.com. I also have on my blog a link to the diabetes organization that provides some legal advocacy. Feel free to call my office if you wish to discuss further.
Aside from a possible claim for FMLA time, there may also be a claim for pregnancy discrimination under Florida and federal law. For more information check out my blog www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com or my website www.behrenlaw.com
Yes there are very specific statutory requirements in florida to retain the security deposit. Hire a landlord tenant lawyer, and send the landlord a demand letter and if they dont respond, sue them for it. Florida statutes allows you get recover your attorneys fees incurred in handling this type of matter.
Of course this all depends on whether or not you truly are legally a salaried employee as your employer claims. Many times, an employer will call you a salaried employee when in fact you are not and are owed overtime. Check out my employee rights blog www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com for some more information on this issue. Also, speak with an employment law attorney to evaluate whether you should be getting overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
It is probably not legal for him to be docked. Does your employer have a written policy on this matter and what happens if a client does not pay? Is your Husband straight commission, salaried or hourly? All of these issues need to be discussed with an experienced employment lawyer. My office handles employment matters throughout the State of Florida. You can also check out my employee rights blog at www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com
Would need to speak to you to get further information on your situation. Feel free to contact my office to discuss further. I don't have enough facts in your posting to advise you one way or the other.
You would need an attorney to review the contract terms. But it sounds like your contract may not even be enforceable based upon anti kick back laws and other Florida and Federal laws. Feel free to contact us at www.behrenlaw.com