Can I sue my ex employer I quit my ex employer three days ago and the very next day he contacted my new employer and said a bunch of lies about me and tried causing friction between him and I and then went on social media tonight and said that I was nothing but a liar and I was disc Ronald and giving out false information and is refusing to pay me about 300 hours worth of documented work
Employment matters tend to depend heavily on the surrounding circumstances and facts. A determination of available legal recourse and remedies will require additional facts. Based on the limited facts provided regarding your recent employer’s conduct you may very well have one or more causes of action such as constructive discharge and wage and hour violations. Your next step should be a conferral with an attorney with experience in this area of law.
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