I'm owed about 400 to 500 hours of overtime that they paid me only strait time. I also have a work related hernia that should be workman's comp but I guess they want me to fix it on my own time
You should act quickly to retain an attorney for your claim because the statute of limitations will continue to run until a suit is filed.See question
my super visor posted and paid time off list where everyone can see how much vac/sick time every employee has in the department , employees in other departments can also see how much vac/sick time everyone in the department has, Is it legal to pos...
There is no law prohibiting this in Maryland. In general, employers are required to keep employee medical information confidential. But just the fact that you took allotted time off is not in and of itself subject to any particular privacy protection.See question
There is an employer that is trying to tell their employees that if someone on the shift make a mistake when making the prodict for the customer, everybody on that shift will have money deducted out of their pay, for the mistake. Eighty-five to n...
The Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law prohibits unauthorized deductions from wages. One of the main exceptions is where the employee authorizes the deduction in writing. Some employers have employees sign forms, authorizing certain deductions. However, in this situation, the deduction, even if it were authorized by the employees, cannot operate to bring the employees' wages to below minimum wage. The employees should contact an attorney if they believe that they were "shorted," especially if that brought their wages to below minimum wage.See question