I recently had surgery and was cleared to work in full capacity from home as I cannot drive yet. I gave the release to my employer but they disregarded it saying they now have a "policy" that does not allow working from home. As such they will n...
Without having additional facts I can state generally that iff the employer has a policy of no working from home and applies it to similarly situated employees equally, they are within the law.See question
Work already about maybe 70+ hours for 2 week at $13/hr. I didnt like my job so i left. They say they can cut the pay down to $7.25 for quitting. just wondering is this legal?
They can if they gave you that written policy before you started. You could file a Wage Complaint with the Wisconsin Labor Standards Bureau.See question
reported misconduct to corporate Human Resources and was terminated by the end of the week.
It depends on the nature of the misconduct you reported.See question
a friend of mine keeps getting touched by one of the guys at her work and he keeps touching her breasts. she has reported it to her HR department but the guy has not been fired for it nor will her work do anything but give him verbal warnings.
State and federal law requires the employer to take prompt remedial action to stop the sexual harassment. The employer has obviously failed to do so because the harassment continues. The fact that the harassment is physical is also significant. Your friend may have an additional claim for assault.See question
i have doctors excuses. if i missed a day of work i called it i had paid time off so there is no reason i should have lost my job
Under new pregnancy discrimination standards, the employer must accommodate a pregnant employee in the same manner they would a disabled employee. State and federal law also prohibits discrimination on the basis of pregnancy or retaliation for the taking of leave qualifying under the Family and Medical Leave Act..See question
Employer denied me on the sole basis of my criminal history .
The bottom-line question is whether the conviction is substantially related to the position.See question
my son has hair that just sits on his shoulders when it is tied back and braided. culturally my son can not cut his hair. He tried to tell this to the lady in the interview whom had long hair but had it up in a messy bun. but she didn't want to...
It would appear that the employer could accommodate your son if his hair involves a religious tenet. With additional information there may be an indication of religion discrimination.See question
If an employee is resigning to take a job elsewhere instead of making a complaint about unfair labor practices, can the employer threaten to contact the new employer and make negative comments in order to make the resigning employee comply with th...
It could amount to a tortious interference with contract claim, depending on the details.See question
I was fired by my employer for days missed for injuries to myself and to care for my son. Followed company policy and turned in doctors notes for days missed
You raise potential issues of disability discrimination and FMLA violations, depending on the details. You will need to explain the circumstances to an employment law attorney.See question
Got fired cause of doctors papers
You may raise issues involving disability, discrimination or FMLA, depending on the details.See question