I'm a parking lot employee for a company who parks cars during Rays baseball games. One of our lots is a small lot that is used for business during the daytime. I've been told by my superior to park cars there even though it's a handicapped spot. Recently, I parked a car there and the car got a $250 ticket as it was in a handicapped spot. Now the company is trying to make me accountable for the money. Am I legally responsible for this money, and if not can they legally fire me for not paying? Also, if they do fire me for not paying can I take legal action against them?
Employment law for businesses Business privacy laws Personal injury and defamation Business Criminal charges for harassment Employment Unemployment compensation Employee wages Employee wages and overtime pay Privacy law Employee wages and wage theft Employee wages and severance pay Employee benefits Discrimination in the workplace Gender discrimination in the workplace Employee rights FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) and employees Employee privacy rights Protections against employer retaliation Whistleblowing in the workplace Sick leave and work hours Gender discrimination Discrimination