I believe a 1099 can be subject to a non-compete if it satisfies the requirements of the Florida Statute. However, your employer could be mischaracterizing you as an independent contractor in violation of state and Federal law in order to avoid paying workers comp, payroll taxes, etc. If you wish to discuss this further with us, feel free to check out our website or employee rights blog.
Complaint to the U.S. Department of Labor to get your paycheck or hire a Florida employment law attorney. If you have to sue to get your pay, you are entitled to recover lawyers fees. Feel free to check our our employee rights blog www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com or www.behrenlaw.com for a consultation.
Unless the investigation is complete in many cases the EEOC will not issue you the employers position statement. Even if complete, the EEOC in Miami is very slow in releasing the records, you need to know to whom you send the FOIA requests and to mark the outside of the envelope with FOIA. As to Agency for Workforce Innovation, they have certain forms on their website for you to complete and send to them, and they are typically pretty good in getting the information promptly to you. IF you...
Did you get to review it and sign off on it? There is no law I am aware of that requires they give you a copy, but normally they would want you to see it and agree that the issues in it were discussed between you. I would tell them you want a copy so that you can try to make sure you reach the goals they want you to reach. For more information on your employee legal rights you can check out our blog www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com or www.behrenlaw.com.
You should go the the U.S. Department of Labor and make a complaint or speak to an employment law attorney. They can't legally make you work time when you are clocked out. For more information on your employee rights check out our employee rights blog www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com or our website www.behrenlaw.com.
I am not sure whether an employer is required to give you their manual, although normally they would want to share with an employee their policies. You have referenced quite a few items in your posting. If in fact you are working four hours on certain days and only getting paid for one hour, that would likely be a violation of the FLSA or the Miami Dade Wage Theft ordinance. You are supposed to be paid at your hourly rate for all hours worked. If you want to take this matter further, you...
If your employer retaliates against your father for filing an EEOC Charge, that would be retaliatory and in all likelihood a violation of Title VII and the Florida Civil Rights Act. You would then file an Amended Charge with the EEOC for Retaliation. FOr your information on your employee rights check out my employee rigths blog www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com.
They can't bill you for it, although did you sign a contract with them saying your would reimburse them? Did you get paid at your hourly rate for all of the training? You may also wish to check out our employee rights blog at www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com.