I just went in for knee surgery (MPFC w/a few tweaks) . I returned after 6 weeks (right knee so could not drive) I worked for 3 weeks & than my doctor scheduled a manipulation & originally told me I could return to work after 3 or 4 days off. The ...
If the employer has at least 50 employees and you have been working there for a year or more, you may be protected by the Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA.") You should discuss the details of your situation with and FMLA legal expert.See question
My employer did a background check on me and an ordinance violation I plead no contest to came to them. I was fired from my job. I have worked for this organization for 26 years with no disciplinary actions. The ordinance violation has no connecti...
You may have a claim under the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act which prohibits discrimination based on a conviction record. Under the Act, even an ordinance violation falls under the definition of conviction.
For a complete and proper analysis, you will need to discuss the facts of your claim in greater detail with an employment attorney.See question
When I filled out my application I stated on the application that I had a misdemeanor carrying a concealed weapon charged. I got the call for the corporate office for an interview over the phone then I interviewed at the store. They offered me the...
If you completed your application accurately AND your record is not substantially related to your job, then you may have a claim under the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act. You need to discuss the details with an Employment Attorney.See question
I'm only getting compensated for 40 hours of work as a salaried employee, but I'm expected to work 50 hours with 1 hour lunches or 47 1/2 hours with half hour lunches. For what it's worth, I rarely take more than twenty minutes to eat/use the rest...
The answer to your question depends on your job duties and salary amount. You should discuss the details with an attorney to determine whether you are a non-exempt employee and entitled to overtime compensation. Despite what many people think, the fact that you are paid salary does not necessarily mean that you are not entitled to overtime pay.See question
i've been dealing with sexual harrassment at work for about two years, i've talked to hr twice about what is happening and they have done nothing really to fix the problem and i still talk to the person that is harrassing me cause i still treat pe...
I'm sorry to hear that you have to deal with this conduct at work. You should discuss the details of this with an attorney because the facts are important.See question
I just wanted to know the details before I go to my manager
The short answer is "yes". If your employer will not correct this voluntarily, you could file a wage complaint.See question
Have a current case with my attorney against them for violations in the EEOC & ADA sides
This sounds like a good question for your attorney to answer for you.See question
I was laid off, they offered a 1 lump sum severance. Does this affect my unemployment compensation? Does it affect how much I receive? I haven't gotten the severance yet,do I wait until I receiver it to claim it? thanks
If the agreement specifies that the lump sum constitutes pay for a specific time period, you will be ineligible for Ui until that specified time period lapses.See question
A company contacted me for a position of robotic/automation tech as result of my resume post. After passing skills qualification part of interview (25 yrs experience), the question of felony conviction was asked & I answered truthfully (yes I am)....
You are correct. They cannot categorically exclude a felon. The 7 year threshold does no get them off the hook. The substantial relationship test is to be done on a case-buy-case basis.See question
My employer said if the injury is work related they will accommodate all limitations to get me back ASAP. If not work related, they will not allow me back until all restrictions are lifted. These seems discriminatory.
What you describe would be a violation of state and federal anti-discrimination law if your medical condition is long-term and the employer could return you to work with a reasonable accommodation.See question