My mom went to a hearing dr and they didn't want to see her because she doesn't speak good English.
Generally speaking, doctors are allowed to see who they want, and as indicated above, there may be a valid reason for not seeing your mother.See question
I called my employer and requested my time sheets that I signed. They said they did not have my two-year old time sheets. I told them that it was part of my personnel record, and they should have tape backups for archival purposes. They maintai...
As Mr. Pederson indicated, they should have the records.See question
I was falsely accused of offer money to a women for favors on a Facebook post in a group and a co worker saw the post and inform my supervisor and ceo of the company I worked for and got fired the next day. Am I able to sue for discrimination
Unfortunately you were not discriminated against. You may have a defamation claim against the person who wrote the post, but you do not have a claim against your employer.See question
I am a supervisor at a small business with less than 10 employees. After work an employee decided to test drive my motorcycle and was injured. Now I am facing possible release or demotion because of the injury to the employee.
Assuming you do not have an employment agreement, or are part of a union, there is not anything you can do. As a supervisor, they are allowed to hold you responsible for acts like this. Moreover, generally speaking they can fire you for any reason, as long as it is not discriminatory,See question
I was terminated for a job after only 3 and a half days. The HR manager claims it was because I was too chatty. However, she did not realize that I recorded the final conversation and her saying that instead of saying I was a friendly person I s...
Generally speaking you can be fired for any reason, as long as it is not discriminatory. Based on what you write, it does not sound as if your employer was discriminating against you, just unfair.See question
Hi, I work as a manager at a fast food company (at a company store, not franchise). They require us to work 45 hours a week, we all work salary. We mainly work on average 80 hours a week. We recently received an email stating mandatory work meet...
It depends on if you are an exempt or non-exempt employee. If you are exempt from the overtime laws, there is probably not much you can do. If you think they are wrongly treating you as exempt, you should consult a local employment attorney.See question
Background: I work in Illinois, 3rd shift for a food production company and I have been working in the same department for over a year. I get a print out of my next weeks work schedule on the Friday prior to the next work week. On my work shedule...
Other than being upset, did your employer take any action against you? Generally speaking, absent a union or employment contract, you can be disciplined for any reason, so long as it is not discriminatory.See question
My mother who's been a nanny for 5 years was asked to leave the party of the children she's been watching since by employees. My mother was the only non Caucasian at the event and was strongly harassed and discriminated against by employees and th...
Based on what you said, it does not sound as if you have an employment discrimination case. You may want to raise the issue with your employer though.See question
In other words, how can I make the defendant employer acquiesce that it cannot win the employment retaliation lawsuit, and that it should bifurcate the trial. First try the retaliation lawsuit, then deal with damages later. At the moment the emplo...
While it is improper to discuss litigation strategy on this site, generally speaking, an employer is not going to just admit that they did something wrong. You are probably going to have to go through discovery. If you do not have an attorney, I suggest you consult with a local employment attoreny.See question
My complaint is against federal staff and I'm a veteran. How many days do I have to file with eeo for discrimination against federal employees of va hospital?
Generally you have 180 days to file a claim with the EEOC. However, if you state has a statute that extends the time limit, as Michigan appears to have, it is 300 days.See question