My boss regularly discriminated against female employee's including myself. I have proof that no females in the district made more then men, and I was regularly present for conversations regarding hiring people for their levels of attractiveness. ...
Not enough info provided to evaluate and advise. Consult an employment lawyer and/or file a claim with the NYC Div of Human Rights, the NYC Div of Human Rights or the EEOC (if the company is large enough). Act quickly, as has been stated. Your case would be difficult since (i) you quit and would have to prove constructive discharge and (ii) you have no record of complaining.See question
I've been a employee for around 8 years. In the last few years my credit got really bad. I was also involved in ugly case who led me, to plead guilty to misdemeanor 120.00 Subsection 2. Could this conviction cause me my job?
Assuming you are an at-will employee, yes. You should seek to obtain a certificate of relief from disabilities. It may help in this matter and/or with your future employment.See question
I had been working for a bank for 7 years as a Sr operations specialist. Recently i received an involuntary termination for not keeping the desk clean in feb of 2011.And after 7 years downgraded the performance rating which is their most common re...
As said, just tell the truth. Sounds like there's more to your story.See question
I have resigned from a company having given formal notice and they gave me a relieving letter stating they will settle my full and final settlement within 30 days from last working day. this 30-day period is over but I did not get the money. what ...
Need more info re what this "full and final settlement" consists of.See question
Approved H1B this year.
Follow up with your employer regarding a possible severance package. Have a lawyer review any documents you may be asked to sign (non-disclosure, non-compete, etc...). If filing for unemployment benefits will not interfere with your severance, do so immediately. And, of course, start looking for another job.See question
Over the last two years i have been attending graduate school at night. My company has assisted with some of the tuition. The reimbursement plan stats that if you leave the company within a given time frame you are required to pay some of the that...
From the info you provided, yes you would be required to pay the tuition back. However, a review of the agreement is necessary for final advice. Perhaps the change in your employment to 4 days a week can be used to argue that you are not obligated to pay the tuition back. You should consult with an attorney.See question
My boss always calls me a Stupid Old Fart. He is 33, I am 56. I always ask him not to call me that, but he does anyway. Usually it doesn't bother me, but lately it has really been stressing me out and making work miserable. Is there any way I can ...
You should complain in writing to your supervisor about this conduct. You should follow the procedures for doing so in your employee manual or, if there is none, per workplace policy or past practice. If none, then just a written letter from you to your supervisor or, if you don't have one, to the boss himself. You could have a case for age discrimination if you suffer adverse employment action because of your age or if the harassing conduct rises to the level of a hostile work environment. You should consult with an employment attorney.See question
I quit while i was on vacation but when I went for my annual vacation I was still working there
There is no entitlement to paid vacation under NY law. It's a matter of employer policy. If your employer has a policy or past practice of not paying vacation time to employees who quit while on vacation you have no legal right to it.See question
I RECEIVED THE TICKET IN ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY IN MASSENA NY I DON'T WANT TO FIGHT IT I JUST WANT IT TO BE REDUCED AND I NEED THE TICKET FAXED TO ME BUT THEY DON'T HAVE IT ON FILE AND IT NEEDS TO BE SENT IN TO THE COURT IN A WEEK.
If you don't have a copy of your ticket, call the Court and explain the situation. They will likely advise you to send a letter to them stating that you lost the ticket and would like to enter a plea of guilty. If you can't get through to the Court or they refuse to tell you what to do, send the letter anyway. Obtain and retain delivery confirmation for the letter.See question