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
I did not give consent and I am not even aware of what damage they are talking about
What you describe is a violation of Wisconsin law.See question
I got hired at a restaurant in february. I told my boss that I had aspergers syndrome during my interview. He hired me three days later as a cook making 8.75 per hour. A couple weeks ago my co-workers got into an argument. I got scared and started...
The conduct you describe is in violation of state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability.See question
If I am paid hourly and use an unpaid personal day at work due to illness, can my employer require me to log in to company email without being paid to delegate my responsibilities to a coworker?
WI employers are required to pay hourly employees for all time worked, even from home.See question
In employer contract it states "At-Will Employment: You understand that your employment with the Company is at will and may be terminated by you or the Company at any time, with or without cause and without notice. However, the Company shall hav...
I think you're correct but would need to read the entire agreement and ask you a few more questions before I could state definitively.See question
If I was offered a position at a new company. After accepting I went in that same day and put in my notice at my old job. Then the new company says they aren't filling the position and now I'm out of work.
Unless they discriminated against you based on protected status such as age race gender disability. etc, your recourse would be to file for UI benefits through the state.See question
I am a registered R.N. in WI with no restrictions, I decided to apply for a job and was over qualified for the specific job. I was offered the job and then 2 days before starting was told the company does not hire anyone on probation or parole. I ...
My initial reaction is that you have a claim under the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act for conviction discrimination but I would need a few more details in order to provide a firm conclusion.See question