Overtime

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Due to my pregnancy my Dr put me on overtime restriction. Since overtime is mandatory it takes away from my FMLA. Where I'm confused is most overtime is on an as needed basis to cover if someone calls in on another shift. If no one volunteers then someone
I'm not allowed to work overtime for the duration of my pregnancy. I'm using FMLA to cover the overtime that's mandated. Mandated overtime is on an as needed basis. And majority is covering when someo... applies to Illinois  ·  0 answers

My company pays for overtime but strongly discourages it and prefers their employees to flex. Can my company force me to flex if I want to claim overtime instead?
My boss emailed me that I need to confirm with her about claiming overtime and that I should utilize flex time instead. I usually claim all my overtime and it seems to be an issue as i'ts very discour... applies to Massachusetts  ·  0 answers

I was not paid overtime for one and half years, how do i collect back overtime?
I beleive that my current employer willing didn't pay me overtime. What is the process and how do I proceed? applies to Nebraska  ·  0 answers

Do you have to pay all exempt employees overtime?
Most of the employees at my work are considered "exempt" from overtime. If some of the exempt employees are paid overtime, while the rest of us are not paid overtime, is there a law that prevents the ... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

forced OT in PA?
I live and work in PA. When I work more than 40 hours a week, my employer pays me overtime, which is great. The trouble is that I don't want to work overtime; I want to have a life and spend time with... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Re: Mandatory overtime
Let me rectify the mandatory overtime question...upon trying to negotiate with the supervisor about the overtime, (stating that I could not do it due to a lot of off work obligations this week)I was t... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

Am I entitled to overtime even though I am a salary employee?
I work for a manufacturing company that does not pay any of us overtime. At one point they were giving us only comp. time that had restrictions on it. I am in Quality and work with my hands all day. T... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Is there a federal law that allows management to remove nonexempt employees from federal service for taking overtime and all exempt employees to remain employed when they take overtime?
I was the timekeeper technician that input timesheets into the DISA system for federal employees, but there were 18 supervisors that gave me the timesheets for employees they supervised as well as the... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Am I entitled to overtime after 40 hours or 55?
I work at a trucking company and I move trailers around all day for roughly 8 hours, I then go onto the dock and work there for another 3-4 hours or so then go home. At this company overtime is set at... applies to Minnesota  ·  0 answers

overtime pay for exempt people
I work for a food service contractor in a management capicity. I have supervisors that are paid various hourly rates. They are paid time and a half for overtime. We basically do the same work I do act... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Overtime claim against an employer
I have worked for c contractor for two years that refused to pay to his hourly employees overtime on hours worked over 40 in a work week. Do I have any recourse to collect on the loss of overtime pay ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Holiday and Overtime in same week
I am classified as "salaried with overtime" so when I reach 41 hours, I am paid at 1/2 time. That stinks enough. My question is: During a holiday week for which I am paid for the holiday (as the compa... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Can I be denied overtime because I have a work comp injury in Missouri?
I recently had surgery on my elbow and it is through worker comp. My company is denying me any overtime due to my injury although I'm working regular time. Can they deny me overtime hours? applies to Missouri  ·  1 answer

Is it legal to take away vacation time for not completing ridiculous mandatory overtime requirements?
My wife is with a company that has mandatory overtime requirements of 8-10 hours per week on a consistent basis. It seems to me they are just avoiding investing in more employees to cover the work the... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

Retroactive over-time payment - Livi-in caregiver
I work as a live-in caregiver, my employer refused to pay overtime during my first two months (around 3 overtime hours 3 days per week), and is already 7 month now. We didn't sign a contract, How can ... applies to California  ·  0 answers

overtime pay
My employer informed me last October(2001) that my position no longer requires them to pay me overtime. I make no commission, I am no ones supervisor. My position is a parts department counterperson i... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Mandatory Overtime
I work for a private contractor on a military base and was wondering is it legal for a company to engage mandatory overtime, esp. at a moments notice? It seemed to me they could ask you to work overti... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

Defamation and Lack of overtime pay
My husband has been working for Mineke for 2 months now, and his boss has used foul language everyday around him, the other workers, and customers. He also accused my husband for being a thief in fron... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

calculating overtime
Hi, I work in Ohio. It is a salary position and includes overtime. I thought anything over 8 hours per day is overtime in increments of 15 minutes minimum per day, as long as I worked full 40 hour wee... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

my husband has been told he is too expensive for overtime
My husband trained his boss, he has worked at the same company for 20 plus years and is now 49 years old. He works in a lab with 4 other guys all of whom have less time on the job than him. He is bypa... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

Am I entitled to overtime?
I work for an auction company through an agency. Last week I worked 8 hours on Monday, 9 hours on Tuesday, 10 hours on Wednesday, 14 on Thursday and 10 on Friday. I was paid for 8 hours regular and 1 ... applies to California  ·  2 answers

Pay scale changed after inquiry into overtime
Have been working for 3 years at 2 different rates. I travel a lot for this job and the travel is required. Every week I travel overtime from 4-12 hours but I have been refused overtime pay since I ea... applies to Virginia  ·  0 answers

Mandatory Overtime for Straight Time Pay
Can an employer require MANDATORY overtime without paying overtime pay (time and a half) because an employee does not have the minimum of 40 hours regular time due to PTO or vacation days in that week... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Overtime for salary
I was hired two years ago by my current employer. I received a letter confirming I was hired at a specified salary but I would receive overtime for any time over 46 hours. The overtime would be paid q... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

When is Overtime pay at a driving school required?
I am employed by a commercial driving school that has 15 employees. We instruct the students in classroom and in the car behind -the -wheel. My question pertains to overtime pay. At what point am I en... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

PC Help Desk Overtime
I was hired with a company with "full-time salaried employment status" back in June 2006 to work as a computer help desk tech. It was always commonplace to work overtime, it came with the job. I have ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Ovetime, demanded stays without overtime and sexual harrasement
Hi Mel, I have a couple of questions for you any answers would help. First, I was required by my employer to stay after the usual 8 hour work day to satisfy the owner of the company and prove that I w... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Question about overtime pay for commercial drivers
Is overtime pay ever required for a commercial driver? I have researched the Motor Carrier Act of 1935 that allows commercial drivers to be exempt, but I am still a little confused. What does Federal ... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

Because of changes to FLSA, I am going from salary exempt to hourly non-exempt. I was told that because of my job title and rate, that I will not be allowed to sign up for overtime in other departments. If it is determined that additional overtime is nece
FSLA changes base salary amount. My job responsibilities stay the same but, I am going from salary exempt to hourly non-exempt because it was determined that it would cost the company too much to rais... applies to Kansas  ·  0 answers

my employer doesn't pay overtime. they use to put on all piece rate employees pay check we only worked 40 hours no matter what time frame we were there. now they make it look like they are paying us a base rate and overtime rate but we are still paid the
no overtime pay from a 50 million dollar annual revenue a year company. stealing money from our checks to pay others applies to Indiana  ·  0 answers

Overtime for orientation meeting
If an employee works 37 hours and attends a meeting for 6 hours, are we required to pay him overtime for the 3 hours (40 regular and 3 overtime). All employees had to attend an orientation for 6 hours... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Overtime in a 80 hour week
This an hourly question. We get paid every other Friday,(bi-weekly)for the previous 2 weeks of work. Is it possible for the company to take any hours over the 40 from one of the two weeks that has ove... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

If I get paid based on production (per line) am I still entitled to overtime pay?
I have worked for my company for over 2 years and have never gotten paid overtime for working over 40 hours in a week. I always thought this was because I was paid by the line but I have since realize... applies to Minnesota  ·  0 answers

Overtime for salary
When my pay was changed from hourly to salary I was verbally told it would be based on a 45 hour work week but would be paid overtime on a quarterly basis for time work over 45 hours. Over the past fe... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Overtime drawing
I am a computer programmer. The company I work for has always paid straight pay for any hours over 45. About 18 months ago the company eliminated overtime pay and incorperated a contest. The rules of ... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Overtime vs Docked pay for a non-exempt Salaried Employee
I'm on salary, but my boss says that any overtime worked is "voluntary" and we need pre-approval before earning overtime pay (although its never been approved in the 2 years I've been here). She said ... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

Can my employer convert all stff to Exempt to cut out our overtime?
Hello, I am an employee of a small Houston based oilfield company. I have read all about FSLA and still have questions. My employer is switching all office staff over to Exempt from Non Exempt status.... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

Are these pay and overtime errors legal?
While preparing for taxes this year I found out that somehow I have been withheld for 4 dependents. This is incorrect because I only have 1. A few days later on payday my check was short over $50 in o... applies to Alabama  ·  1 answer

Salary /Overtime?
I work for a national franchie restaurants as a salary manager. The operations guidelines call for a min 45 and a max of 55 hours per week,but I have been working 60 to 70 hours per week. I don't thin... applies to Ohio  ·  0 answers

Overtime for Salaried Employees
I am a salaried exepmt employee. I am forced to work a lot of overtime. No less than 65 hours a week and up to 80 hours on a regular basis. I have kept track of all of my hours on a spreadsheet since ... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

I work 42.5 hours a week, and I only get paid for 1.5 hours of overtime. Is that okay, and if not, what should I do?
I work in a family-owned restaurant. It is my first job, so I'm not clear on the laws of overtime. I work 8.5 hours a day, on a 5 day workweek, which adds up to 42.5. My pay stub says I'm getting paid... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

A lot of hours worked, overtime not Paid!!!!!!!
I work in this cleaning company and i get paid by salary plus bonuses plus overtime. My weekly regular pay is $350, bonus $180 and weekly bonus of $105.The thing is that the minimun amount of hours th... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Can my employer force me to leave early to get rid of overtime hours?
I start early and work late. My boss makes me leave early to get rid of my overtime hours. So instead of 5 hours of overtime, I'll end up with my regular 40 hours and maybe an hour or 2 of OT applies to Pennsylvania  ·  2 answers

Required Overtime
Is there a limit to the amount of over time an employer can require from and employee without penalizing the employee for refusing to work excessive overtime. applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

My Employer is trying to make us work overtime can they do this an is there a law to say they can,t
can a private security company force there employees to work overtime applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Can my small business owner make me sign a contract waiving my overtime all together? He is expecting me to work 10 hr shifts not payed time and a half for the extra 2 hrs worked of overtime. I live in california.
Hmmm? applies to California  ·  4 answers

IS THERE A STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON UNPAID OVERTIME
WHAT IS THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON UNPAID OVERTIME? My employer asked me to start skipping my lunchbreak to help get caught up on deliveries until company hired more drivers. I worked 30min/day ove... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

payweek is thursday to wednesday. if an employee physically works 41 hours and has a holiday making his total hours 49 do they get paid one hour overtime or does the holiday take away ot pay? and its an hourly employee
trying to determine if we have to pay our employees overtime in a week with a holiday . we know the 8 hours for holiday is not at overtime rate but if they have over 40 hours worked in addition to 8 h... applies to New Jersey  ·  0 answers

Mandatory Overtime for transcription
I work for a national Medical Transcription service and I am paid on a per line typed basis. I work a standard 40 hour week usually, but recently they have been forcing Mandatory overtime and this wee... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Unfair mandatory overtime
There are two shifts at my job. Can they make one shift work more mandatory overtime than the other? applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

payroll jumping
I have been made a offer from my emplor to mtg. a store. on the first day , i notice the prictice of payroll jumping. not only reg. hours but overtime. the last mtg. was overiding employee hours.so no... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Retaliation for Overtime?
I was employed by a major studio who was avoiding paying the IT personnel overtime by keeping them salaried. When they moved us (~50+ people) over to hourly in August of 2002, they passed it off as a ... applies to California  ·  2 answers

Can an employer make you work 80 hours over 2 weeks before you get paid overtime?
I work in corrections in wv. we went from bi monthly payment to bi weekly and they changed there policy so that we don't get any overtime till we reach 80 hours because 1 week we may work 48 hours and... applies to West Virginia  ·  0 answers

Overtime with my employer is only calculated in .25 increments. So If my starting time is 8:30 and I start at 8:16, becasue I came in a little early, I will not be paid for the 14 minutes, as they only pay in 15 minute increments. Overtime is always ok as
We work overtime everyday...but if it's 24 minutes, instead of 15 minute increment, you don't get paid for the time. so you have the option to sit there and wait until the clock tick 8:30AM, and then ... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Forced to work for free to collect owed bonus
Myself as VP, another VP and the CEO negotiated a bonus plan that pays a % of profit quarterly. When we made profits it was decided by the CEO that we had insufficent cash flow to pay it so book it fo... applies to California  ·  1 answer

If an employer payed the employee equal to or more than the amount of overtime...
If an employer payed the employee equal to or more than the amount of overtime but did not title it "overtime pay," there is no problem right? Also, is there a rule prohibiting the act of countersuing... applies to Virginia  ·  0 answers

Regarding FSLA overtime exemption, I get a benefit allowance that is 10% of my salary. Does that amount count toward the minimum salary requirement to be overtime exempt?
I get a 10% benefits allowance that when included in the salary calculation bumps me over the $47,476 minimum salary needed to be exempt from overtime rules. Should that allowance be included in the c... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  0 answers

overtime pay for more than a eight hour day
I have two questions about overtime. First, if i,m a hourly employee and work more than a eight hour day am I intitled to overtime pay of time and a half. Which I am not recieving from my employer.Sec... applies to California  ·  2 answers

Recently with the new law passed I went from salary to hourly. I clocked in from the 19th to 25th and accumulating 40 hours and 36 overtime. Of course this isn't normal but during our Thanksgiving busy season. Yesterday on the 28th I was informed that I w
New overtime laws passed that was supposed to go in affect. applies to Kentucky  ·  0 answers

Overtime -- exempt status determination for IT employees
Regarding overtime pay, I would like to determine if I should be considered exempt or non-exempt. I work for an IT consulting firm, and am out in the field, working at clients in a desktop support cap... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Limiting employee hours to eliminate overtime.
Can a public employer (school district) limit the amount of hours an employee works so that they do not go into overtime? applies to New York  ·  1 answer

overtime and docked pay
I work in an assisted living community as a leasing coordinator. I am on salary. am i entitled to overtime and can my pay be docked in i am hospitalized applies to Florida  ·  0 answers

Is it my responsibility to check with my supervisor if I'm working overtime?
There is overtime every day at my work and sometimes I'm exhausted, but she gets angry when I leave on time even though she never tells me to stay. Can she discipline me for this? She has stated that ... applies to Nevada  ·  0 answers

Overtime is available in the injection molding department
I was denied overtime in a department even though it is available for all applies to Michigan  ·  0 answers

overtime rate
What is the overtime rate for tipped employees in Ohio? applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

As a Salaried-Non Exempt Employee am I entitiled to the overtime that I have worked?
I have been labeled as Salaried-Non Exempt for the last year and labeled as a field service supervisor. I have been paid a salary based upon 40 hours a week for the last year. I have been physically w... applies to North Dakota  ·  0 answers

Overtime pay, retaliation
For 22 years, I've worked at the local, family owned newspaper, and until last Friday, was the paper's Special Sections Coordinator/Real estate editor. For the first 20 years, I was salaried, working ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

vacation/overtime pay
I have recently quit my job. I was not paid for vacation that was not taken, we are paid an overtime check at the end of each month which makes up my base salary and that was not paid. Also the compan... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Overtime?
I am an hourly employee. The auto dealership I work for has a policy, which I have never seen, stating that all overtime must be approved by your department's manager. I'm not sure if that policy is l... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

If I am a salaried employee and work over the 44 hours I am suppose to can I get overtime?
I am on salary and it is set at 44 hours per week. I average anywhere from 50-60 hours per week and it is documented through a time clock. Am I eligible for overtime pay? applies to Missouri  ·  0 answers

I am working 60-70 hours a week getting paid straight time pay NO overtime, is that wrong
I am working between 50-70 hours a week. I am on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week....unless I tell them weeks in advance that I cannot do it. I am the ONLY employee that seems to ever want to work so... applies to Nevada  ·  0 answers

am i entitled to overtime as a subcontractor
I was hired last year by this company and listed as a subcontractor in carpentry. I am a general laborer. I don't know anything hardly about carpentry. I get paid by the hour and straight time no over... applies to Michigan  ·  0 answers

am i entitled to overtime as a subcontractor
I was hired last year by this company and listed as a subcontractor in carpentry. I am a general laborer. I don't know anything hardly about carpentry. I get paid by the hour and straight time no over... applies to Michigan  ·  0 answers

Please help!
Dear Mel, For two years I worked for a company ten hours a day five days a week. I was payed overtime for hours worked over fifty not over forty like the law states. Is there something that I missed o... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Can I waive my FLSA right to overtime
I am full-time 911 dispatcher and a part-time police officer for the same city, and when i work as a police officer i am payed overtime because even though i am working in a diffrent departmet it is f... applies to Massachusetts  ·  2 answers

State of missouri, does home health agencies have to pay equally for overtime pay? And not straight pay for managers?
Regular staff are payed overtime pay but managers do not get it applies to Missouri  ·  0 answers

Can I collect overtime where I work as a cook, over 50 hours a week?
I work at a restaurant where I put in over 50 hours a week sometimes 60. I am not paid any overtime and after 40 hours they pay me in cash. Last week I found they "shorted" me over $60 in cash. So not... applies to Connecticut  ·  0 answers

Overtime Question
I am an IT engineer working for a small company in Toledo. I feel we are getting a bad deal as far as overtime is concerned. I will explain how my compensation works. I am a non exempt employee. I get... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Overtime 'under the table'
this question is actually in regards to a problem a friend of mine is having. it should be noted she is not in any supervisor role, and is eligible for overtime. she is contracted for 40 hours a week,... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

I work 50 to 60 hours a week am I entitled to overtime?
I was told that I could not get overtime because my employer was not LLC but made to work 50 to 60 hours every week and I am not salary paid is this true? applies to Virginia  ·  0 answers

MANDITORY OVERTIME
I HAVE A QUESTION AND MY QUESTION IS: ONCE YOU DO YOUR 40 HOURS ARE YOU REQUIRED TO DO ANYMORE HOURS? AND ARENT YOU OBLIGATED TO HAVE 2 DAYS OFF? AND IS THERE A SUCH THING AS MANDITORY OVERTIME FOR TH... applies to Maryland  ·  1 answer

Overtime exemptions and job setting
I am a "salaried" reporter in a single-person bureau. No labor contract. I receive no overtime. I file timecards and have them all. I am on the same vacation schedule as all hourly reporters. I do not... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Accidental Overtime?
Employees punch time card either early or stay and clock out after quitting time. Neither is time worked nor authorized over-time. Because the time is on the card, are they entitled to overtime pay? applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Overtime payback requested by employer
Hello, I have searched through the forums below with no luck to my current situation, I am hoping someone can shed some light on this. I work for a IT consulting firm as a hourly project manager that ... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

is it lawfull to require a hourly mgr to punch out while on duty to avoid paying overtime
received a write up stating that i should punch out while on duty to save company unauterized overtime as a writen warning i would be facing a week suspension if it occured again ! as the only manager... applies to Michigan  ·  0 answers

can an employer force mandatory overtime for just one of three shifts
The company I work for made weekend overtime mandatory for 2nd shift and not 1st or 3rd. We are being forced to work even when machines are not scheduled to work on the weekend. applies to Wisconsin  ·  0 answers

I was told over the phone in my job offer that anytime worked over 45 hours was overtime and time and a half. When i began working for them i found it was straight time and not time and a half as i was told. Do i have a case . I am employeed in Ga and no
Salary overtime question applies to Georgia  ·  0 answers

Can a person be penalized for missing mandatory overtime if it occurs during their vacaton?
He has an excellent work record for 7 years. He works in a meat plant on the production line. They decided the week of that the sat of the week and after the 2nd week will be mandatory overtime. They ... applies to Illinois  ·  0 answers

If I'm salary, can I get overtime pay?
I work in construction and am paid salary but have worked more than 40 hours in one week. My salary is specifically based on a 40 hour work week. Am I entitled for overtime after 49 hrs? applies to Colorado  ·  0 answers

Denied overtime while on light duty
Background: -Work 12 hour shifts--consequently, one day every two weeks I have an 8 hour day in order to work 80 hours every two weeks -Was injured on duty -Was denied regular overtime on my last 8 ho... applies to Nevada  ·  1 answer

Can I file an unpaid overtime suit in federal court myself until I find an attorney?
I have nearly 1600 hours of unpaid overtime dating back to beginning 2007. I've been on a slippery sloap with my employer trying to get the overtime paid but I am repeatedly met with retaliation effor... applies to Georgia  ·  0 answers

Requirements for overtime pay
My daughter works in a jewelery company in NYC. She is classified as an exempt employee, and her salary is $28,000 per year. She is not supervising other employees and is doing routine specification w... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

working 70 hours, never receive overtime or comp time
i am a courier/messenger for an armored service business. i usually work 13 or 14 hour days. on average i work about 70 hours weekly but i only get paid regular time.should i be getting paid overtime?... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

I routinely work more than 40 hours a week. However, my employer is not paying me overtime as they are claiming that they hours in excess of 40 are considered
This overtime is required. Usually there will be a staff meeting on Monday, for which we are all clocked in under "training." The hours worked in excess of 40 usually happen on Friday because by then ... applies to California  ·  2 answers

Can I work 7-10 days straight without overtime?
I work for a hotel. They define their "work week" as Friday-Thursday. I work 8 hours a day at least. I managed to have the fortune of working WEEK 1: Sunday, (not monday),Tuesday-Friday (5), and WEEK ... applies to California  ·  0 answers

Overtime for 13 consecutive days
I know that you get overtime pay on the 7th consecutive day but, I can not find anything about the days after that. Does it continue on the each consecutive day after that or does it reset for a new w... applies to California  ·  2 answers

Overtime & Comp Time
Should I be considered a salaried employee or hourly? When I was hired at my current place of employment I was hired as a salaried employee. I have a written agreement for a salary amount. When my pay... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

working 10 days straight, no overtime pay?
my friend works as a pharmacy technician in a retail pharmacy. the employer considers a workweek as friday through the following thursday. she's often scheduled to start work from sunday through tuesd... applies to California  ·  1 answer

overtime laws for movie theater employees
My son has worked for a movie theater for 9 years and has never received overtime pay even though he has worked as many as 60 hours a week before. Are movie theater exempt? applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

cancer screening
I recently requested FMLA (at my HR reps recommendation specifically)to get my 6 month cancer screening which was at that point 2 months overdo because of a mandated overtime program we have at work w... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

see above
At a union workplace, certain workers are scheduled 10 days in a row and no overtime is paid. The company says they do not have to pay overtime if the work weeks carry over into two different pay peri... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Overtime at different sites?
Hello. I am employed at a Gas Station, as well as my sister. She works at a store owned and managed by the same individual as where I work. Apart from these two stores he manages a third store. My sis... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Am I REALLY salaried?
I have been employed for a CPA firm for the last 2 years, as an accountant on a salary basis. My checks are twice a month the same amount, regardless of hours worked. However, if I work overtime, I ge... applies to Wisconsin  ·  1 answer

I worked a week with a lot of overtime. Now my employer wants me to take a day off without pay to recoup their costs. Do I have to do this?
A special event required a week with quite a bit of overtime. Now my employer wants me to take several days off without pay. I have plenty of PTO to take days off. Do I have to take an unpaid day? applies to California  ·  0 answers

Fired, slandered and no money.
I was terminated today and was given the reason that I did not show up for work on Saturday May 27 and Monday May 29 2006 and did not even call in. However, I informed my boss on Thursday the 25th tha... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Does PTO accrue with overtime?
I discovered that my employer is not accruing PTO on my overtime hours. The accrual is based on the 40 hour week. Is the employer required to accrue PTO for the hours worked over 40? applies to Florida  ·  0 answers

Employer Denies paying Overtime Hours already worked at End Client Location.
Hi there, My employer contracts with other staffing companies, to place his employees at work. My situation: End Client (where i worked as IT sub-contractor) --> Prime Agent Company --> Secondary Agen... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

Commission only employee
I would like to hire a few commission only employees. Can I hire them as exempt or do I need to hire them as non-exempt and pay overtime? For the non-exempt answer, how would I calculate the overtime ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

What will I be paid today???
I have worked at a CPA firm for 5 years. For 4 of those years we were salaried. Last summer we were forced to go to hourly and were reduced to 32 hours per week. We worked 32 hours a week for several ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can two groups who work under the same employer be payed differently?
We have unit staff and officers and for unit staff anything over 40 hours in a week is overtime. For officers anything over 80 hours in two weeks is considered overtime but officers have to hit 80 hou... applies to West Virginia  ·  0 answers

i have been working six year same store more than 70 hour everyday every holiday they never pay me overtime they pay me every moth $850 paycheck rest of cash no overtime i get fried with out resign without notice. what can i do for them?
i have been working six year same store more than 70 hour everyday every holiday they never pay me overtime they pay me every moth $850 paycheck rest of cash no overtime i get fried with out resign wi... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

My job wants me to sign a letter of them decreasing my salary and stretching my hours to 50 a week.
Which means I wont be eligible for overtime unless I work over 50 hours. I was brought on with the intentions I would be working 40 hours a week at my certain salary. Now, they decreased my pay and st... applies to New Jersey  ·  1 answer

Can my employer force me to take flex time in lieu of overtime by readjusting a set work week?
I work for a municipality as a non exempt employee. My work week is Mon-Fri with weekends off, but my employer wants me to take one day off during my reg work schedule"flex" in order to work on the we... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

overtime with different stores same company
I was wondering i was working for a franchise company that has 5 different stores. I worked at 3 of their different locations and received 3 separate paychecks 1 for each store. I get paid bi-weekly. ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Non-Exempt Overtime while travelling on company business
Non-exempt employees who travel to conferences and who will be working more than 8 hours a day- Can we pay our employees a travel wage instead of their work wage when they travel? IF so, can you give ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Can I be charged FMLA time for refusing mandatory overtime?
I work a job where mandatory overtime is usually required up to 3 times a week... up to 16 hours a day. My regular full time shift is 8 hours a day 5 days a week. I am currently pregnant and will prob... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  0 answers

Overtime for exempt and repayment of overpayment
I worked for a company as an exempt employee. My title was Technology Architect. I worked a lot of overtime - which did not bother me all that much at the time. From the week of April 2 (1999) to the ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

CAN I FILE A LAWSUIT AGAINST MY EMPLOYER FOR ALL THE VIOLATIONS AGAINST ME INCLUDING DEFAMATION?
WRONGFULL TERMINATION, RETALIATION,DEFAMATION,DISCRIMINATION, AND FAILURE TO PAY WAGES OF OVERTIME WORKED. ALL STARTED AFTER MAKING A STATEMENT OF GRIEVENCE AGAINST A DIRECTOR THAT WAS ENGAGING IN WRO... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Are commercial drivers exempt from overtime laws and where is the reference, if so?
We have commercial drivers who haul both intrastate and interstate. They carry impacted soils or hazardous soils for the most part, and clean fill materials for construction. I can't seem to find a re... applies to California  ·  0 answers

I worked for a restaurant as a catering assistant for 8 years. I was let go just before my 8th year was to be due (October 2016). I had worked overtime since 2012 and was promised comp time. Since that time there were at least 4 manager changes and I neve
I worked for almost 8 years in the restaurant industry as a catering assistant before I was let go in October 2016. Since 2012, I had worked overtime but was never paid for it. I was promised comp tim... applies to Illinois  ·  0 answers

Overtime with Staffing Agency
This past week I worked 46 hours with the staffing agency but at two different clients 37 hours and 9 hours. Am I entitled to the 6 hours overtime. applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

If I'm a contractor that works for another contractor and I get paid by the hour and I'm told what time to work and what time to leave are they still supposed to pay me overtime for any time I work over 40 hrs in the state of texas.
Just want to know if they have to pay overtime any hours over 40 hours applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

My work week runs thurs. Through wed. I work sun. Through mon. 7 days straight and get no overtime in florida why? Jerri
My work week runs thursday through Wednesday i get paid every 2 weeks so if i work 7 days straight sunday through monday i wont get overtime why? applies to Florida  ·  0 answers

I'm a project superintendent for a small construction company I am considered salary exempt making 70000 a yrar, however I now am working 60 plus hours a week am I due overtime is yhere anything I can do
70000 a year salary exempt now working over 60 hours a week am I entitled to overtime applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

This question is for the state of CA. I am a power plant operator working rotating 12 hour shifts : 36 hours one week and 42 the next also know as a DuPont schedule. Our employer pays us straight time for the first 8 hours and overtime for the last 4 hour
This question is for the state of CA. I am a power plant operator working rotating 12 hour shifts : 36 hours one week and 42 the next also know as a DuPont schedule. Our employer pays us straight time... applies to California  ·  0 answers

How long must I wait for overtime pay?
How long can an employer withhold payment of overtime? I teach at a college that only pays overload on load once a year. Classes ended a month ago. Overload pay was not included in our next check. The... applies to Ohio  ·  0 answers

I am forced to work past my quitting time no overtime paid
Our work schedule is 7:45 am to 4:15 pm, but we have to put on our smock,hair net,wash our hands etc,( food packing Co.) after this ( 3 to 5 min) we have to clock in around 7:33 to 7:37 and rush to th... applies to California  ·  2 answers

FMLA and overtime
I have a chronic medical condition and have been approved for intermittent FMLA. Last I utilized three days of FMLA; my employer was shorthanded for the weekend and I agree to work two shifts. There w... applies to South Carolina  ·  0 answers

Subcontractors getting paid by the hour not by the job. Are we entitled to overtime?
I work for a company based on Ohio State campus that rents homes to college students. On a average week we work about 50 to 55 hours a week. But during the month of September while the kids are gone w... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Overtime pay question
My husband works as a 'Contract Manager' for a local manufacturing company. He does not oversee anyone and is not in a supervisory position. His job is to make sure that contracts are made up correctl... applies to Wisconsin  ·  1 answer

Can you be denied overtime working for two related companies.
I work for a catering company that recently partially split in to a catering division and a hotel catering division. The owner of the hotel catering side is a part owner of the main division, the staf... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

California's Alternative Workweek Schedule
This question is for the state of California. We would like to request that our employees work 3/12 shifts? (3 days a week, 12 hours a day) Can this be considered an Alternative Workweek Schedule? Wha... applies to California  ·  1 answer

What can I do if my employer purposely deleted my overtime hours?
My last pay period I worked approximately 87 hours, meaning 7 hours overtime pay. I use an online time clock system to clock in and keep track of my hours. I was reviewing my hours and saw that one of... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

If you are working for a company and you use your vacation day do they have to pay you for it? It is paid vacation days.
I work for a company and I have earned my paid vacation time. They are trying to stop overtime. They told me if I get overtime they will not pay me when I use my vacation time. Is that legal? applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

Can a daycare require its employees to work overtime for straight pay weekly?
I'm not sure of what the annual gross for the company is and I know a little about the labor laws. The owners do not pay any of their hourly employees overtime for hours over 40 hours. Is this legal f... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Discrimination, overtime, and final paycheck issues
I have recently been terminated from my company, while I was stationed overseas, and my former company has done everything wrong in the process of firing me. I believe I have a strong discrimination c... applies to Maryland  ·  2 answers

I get paid 2 times a month, how is my overtime supposed to be calculated?
My pay period is from the 1st to the 15th and then the 16th to the end of the month. I get paid (hourly rate) on the 7th and the 22nd of each month. How should my overtime be calculated since sometime... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Employer refusing to pay for overtime wages earned
My employer has bounced back and forth on whether she's going to pay me overtime on a project she made me work on at home. I was hired on an hourly basis, then changed to salaried exempt, and that's w... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

My offer letter states that my regular hourly shift is 7.5 hours but I worked 8, is that overtime?
In the past months (2) my boss extended to 8 hours with the promise of make it official soon. Now 2 months later he is coming to us saying that we are going back to 7.5 hours a day. My question is: ho... applies to New York  ·  2 answers

I am a Supervisor I work way more then 50 hours a week, and my employer does not pay me overtime.
I am a Supervisor I work way more then 50 hours a week, and my employer does not pay me overtime because I am salary paid. One more question, I have worked for almost 5 and a half weeks straight with ... applies to Arizona  ·  0 answers

My daughter is made to go into work between 7:45-8:00 am and work until 4:30-5:30pm with a 30 minute lunch break. She has been forced to leave early on Fridays so her employer does not have to pay her overtime for the week. (He initially told her to take
Hourly wage paid. Work on the admin side in a dental office. Being sent home early on Fridays so my employer doesn't have to pay me overtime after making me stay late during the week to complete compu... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  2 answers

Working without contract
I was recently hired on a contract basis by Sotheby's for no more than "6 months" and/or "1,000 hours". My contract time ended and so did my hours and still reported to work without a contract. I ende... applies to New York  ·  2 answers

My employer changed my status from exempt to non-exempt. Later found out that I have to take 2/3 of bonus cut in order to make up overtime pay according to employer in November 2016. There is no way I can make 2/3 of bonus cut by overtime pay. Now, HR is
Can employer do so? applies to Kentucky  ·  0 answers

Should I be paid for overtime even though I am salaried?
My job title was application development manager and application development supervisor for the last 16 years. And while I did do some of the exempt type duties they were not my primary duties. I spen... applies to Wisconsin  ·  0 answers

Is it legal for 2 company's that share employees to make their employees clock out at one place?
Is it legal for two major companies (Toyota and Chevy) that share employees to make the employees clock out at one place once they have reached max hours before overtime kicks in and clock in at the o... applies to Washington  ·  0 answers

Our company pays employees 30 minute lunches so overtime doesn't technically start until 42.5 hours worked. Should our offer letters state we pay lunches so overtime pay doesn't start until 42.5 hours for compliance?
Our company pays employees 30 minute lunches so overtime doesn't technically start until 42.5 hours worked. Should our offer letters state we pay lunches so overtime pay doesn't start until 42.5 hours... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Are school bus drivers elgible for overtime compensation under Ohio law?
I work at a school as a contract bus driver. Must point out, wer are not a unionized operation. Our base route is approximately 15 hours per week. We have senior drivers who take an additional contrac... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

emotionally wiped out!
I am a healthcare cna with the largest company in the U.S..I was Verbally told of new policy 10-14-03 to wear all blue uniform or be sent home.I have abided but others still wear anything.On 11-18-03,... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can i sue my employer, if he breached a contract, defimation, and knowingly deceiving me.
Employer coerced me to use short-term disability, knowing I didn't understand how it worked. Led me to believe it was gona help me. Then he drops the insurance without telling me he stop paying. Then ... applies to Mississippi  ·  0 answers

Am I due backed compensation?
I currently work for a company in the construction industry obviously hurting with the current economy. My employer gathered all "salaried" employees and forced us to sign a form "volunteering" to tak... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

do i have grounds to take my employer to court for a layoff based on retaliation
filed a grievance about missed overtime opportunities that i should have been offered according to the contract at hearing we couldn't come to agreement was told by boss if i took matter to next level... applies to Ohio  ·  0 answers

Salary Half Time
I am an Administrative Assistant for a seasonal manufacturing company. We are required to work overtime as dictated by our corporate headquarters. However, I was hired in as "Salary Half Time". This m... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Employment Agency Overtime Laws
I work for an employment agency. My work with that agency, sends me to two different businesses. I work 30 hours a week at one company and 22.5 hours a week at the other. Although I am working with tw... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Are my travel hours included in my 40 hour work week?
I live in Oregon and work in Arizona and My Company pays to fly me to that location on a weekly basis. I work 4 X 10 hour days but my start and end times are not mandated. I am an exempt employee. My ... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Do I qualify for overtime pay?
If I work on a Monday (10 hours) which is a holiday I get paid time and a half plus 10 extra vacation hours for working a holiday. Then I work Tuesday-Friday (4 10's). Should I get overtime for Friday... applies to Minnesota  ·  0 answers

Can home care agencies simply refuse service to avoid paying overtime if staff are willing to work?
I have a client who works for a home care agency in MN. The agency is contracted to provide 24 hour nursing care for a child. They can't find staff, but instead of paying overtime to those willing to ... applies to Minnesota  ·  0 answers

can employer take employees pto if he or she does not work overtime?
Can employer take pto hours if employees do not work overtime? applies to California  ·  0 answers

Can a boss pay employees cash for per deim?
This employer has been paying his employees late (2 wks or more) with cash when payroll checks bounce. Once the payroll checks started bouncing, he started paying per deim in cash. He usually shorts h... applies to California  ·  2 answers

I was ill and out of work for 4 days. My employer paid me for those days when I didn't have the sick time accumulated to cover it. Now they are making me work those hours to make up for it. Can they do that?
I was ill and out of work for 4 days, a total of 30 hours. I am a salary employee. My employer paid me for those days when I didn't have the sick time accumulated to cover it. It was my bosses decisio... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

Am I owed earned wages?
I was cheated out of my Holiday pay despite the fact that I followed all of the requirements in our employee manual(EM). I was not paid holiday pay because I called off Sunday which was my overtime. A... applies to Indiana  ·  0 answers

I work 60-65 hours on average in a Monday to Friday work week. Can my employer legally force me to work a mandatory 9 hour overtime day on Saturday even though i have already worked 20-25 hours overtime?
I left work early for personal reasons last Saturday. I was supposed to leave at 10am. I didn't get out until 11am. I had mentioned it to my supervisor prior. He told me to do what I want. That I woul... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  0 answers

I work as a medical livery driver in Massachusetts and work 60hrs a week at 14 dollars an hour but no overtime. Is this right? I did research and i am really not a independent contractor nor sub contractor because i am supervised after every stop and told
I work as a medical livery driver in Massachusetts and according to them i am a independent contractor or a subcontractor but after reading the law o am not. They tell me where to go and who to pick u... applies to Massachusetts  ·  1 answer

Not getting paid for on-call emergency overtime from Employer
I work for a Home Medical Company or DME company. All service technicians are required to work after hours emergency on-call if a patient or doctor's office call us with a emergency. We were getting o... applies to North Carolina  ·  0 answers

i get paid bi-weekly. 1 week i worked 49 hours (that includes 8 hours of holiday pay) but the next week i worked 25 hours. Do i still get overtime? does my 8 hour holiday pay get overtime hours?
i get paid bi-weekly. 1 week i worked 49 hours (that includes 8 hours of holiday pay) but the next week i worked 25 hours. Do i still get overtime? does my 8 hour holiday pay get overtime hours? applies to Georgia  ·  0 answers

My husband was informed today that there was a glitch in the system and everyone was overpaid for the holiday last week. They will be deducting the money from his next check, which should have overtime on it. Is this legal, as it will reduce his hours and
He worked 25 hours and had 16 hours of holiday pay. His check was for 40 hrs plus 16 holiday hours. His employer states to "enjoy this check because I will be taking it out of next week's hours worked... applies to Ohio  ·  0 answers

Coworkers that work longer hours for free is making it difficult for my job security.
Is it legal for other contract coworkers to work in excess of 40 hours a week but only turn in (and get paid for) 40 hours a week? I ask this because I only work the hours I am supose to be paid for. ... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

I worked 14hrs on Tuesday, which is my total hours for the work week, do I get paid overtime?
I worked 14hrs total one day out of a (7) day work week, do I get paid overtime? applies to California  ·  0 answers

Charging vacation time for built in overtime day.
I am an exempt employee working a 12 hr shift schedule that results in working a 48 hr week every fifth week. My employer just recently announced that we would not get the extra 8 hours straight time ... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Unpaid wages, overtime and expenses as independant contractor.
I worked as an independant contractor as a physisian with a Locum company based in Florida. The actual work "client"- hospital was in Columbus, OH. Prior to assignement I was promised a daily rate of ... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

"Hourly, temporary contract employee" exempt status in California
I work for an agency, on a year long contract with a large company in San Diego. I am a software engineer, and earn over the threshold for overtime exemption. I am on a W-2 employee, and eligible for ... applies to California  ·  0 answers

FMLA deducted hours for 40 hour disabled employees
My employer recently announced that if any employee who is diabled, and can only work a 40 hour work week, will now have their FMLA hours deducted when OVERTIME is a mandatory requirement. Basically i... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Am I exempt from overtime requirements?
I will be working for an Illinois seven attorney law firm as a law clerk this summer. I will be paid hourly, based on the number of hours I work each week, no set weekly or monthly salary. I was surpr... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Salary employee but treated as an hourly employee
I worked for this firm for three years. When I started working I was paid by the hour then in February 2000 I received a raise and I was told I will be a salary employee and I will not be paid overtim... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Is it leagal for a corporation to claim a false exception to avoid paying overtime?
My husband's company(He is a diesel mechanic for Swift Transportation) Told him they do not pay overtime. Is that legal? I know this illegal with the exception of a few situations. The CEO claims one ... applies to Indiana  ·  0 answers

Is refusing overtime allowed?
Upon my hiring I revealed that I required about 20 or so weekends off per year for personal reasons. He said that was fine(without putting it in writing unfortunately) as long as the hours were made u... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

loss of wages
Hi I was working for this security guard company and the owner of the company would not give me overtime...he suggested I also work for this other company he owned and get more guard work there..I had... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Unpaid Salary and Overtime
Hi, I have worked with a Company based in Atlanta, and the client place was in Texas. I worked with the consultant between April and July first week. In the second week of July, I joined the company a... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

overtime pay/ harassment
I have been working as a General Mgr for a fast food Rest.For about a year. I have many weeks that I worked more than the 55-60 hours I was told I I needed to work. I an paid a flat salary. I really w... applies to Tennessee  ·  1 answer

Is anyone going to answer my question about not paying me for overtime because I am salary?
Is anyone going to answer my question about not paying me for overtime because I am salary? applies to Arizona  ·  0 answers

Ensuring no conflict of interest prior to consultation
We need to consult with an attorney ASAP. Situation involves exempt/non-exempt status,overtime pay (request has been made),retaliation,worker safety,have been informed overtime situation has occured i... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I worked on a Saturday for 8 hrs I took two vacation days the following week my boss made me take my over time as a regular time and didn't use my vacation day is that legal if not what can I do?
I worked for 8hrs on a Saturday for some overtime then I had a family emergency and I took two days of vacation pay I show up to work to find out they took my over time and only paying me regular time... applies to Kansas  ·  0 answers

salaried but paid hourly?
I am a manager at a call center with 5-10 employees underneath me. My employer classifies me as salaried non exempt on my pay stub. I am required to work 40 hours a week, and 2 extra Saturdays each mo... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Getting told to sign or be fired.
I have just received an E-mail from Corporate to sign "Binding Arbitration Agreement And Waiver of jury Trail" or be fired. This is a retail company and their is a question of overtime for most. For m... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Can my employer track "comp time"?
It has been a past policy for my employer to keep track of "comp time" rather than pay overtime for its salaried employees. Comp time was also banked as single hour instead of time and a half. It was ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Exempt if only 2 employees?
I have been working for a medical practice for a year. My title is office Manager however I only supervise 1 person, the receptionist. Most of my time is spent helping patients with physical therapy, ... applies to California  ·  2 answers

Can my employer tell you an hour before your shift is over that there is manditory overtime?
On a regular basis we finish our work at least and hour before our scheduled quiting time. They make us leave so they save money but on certain days they'll walk around an hour before quiting time and... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Vacation Accural--Manditory Overtime
I was hired 6 months ago as a salaried employee in AZ. I was told by the VP, the required hours per week would be anywhere from 40-50 hours a week. My personnel profile states I am required to work 40... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Shift work.
I perform computer help desk support for a large airline catering company in Memphis. I am an exempt employee (No overtime). My regular work hours were Monday -Friday 8:30am to 5pm (7.5 hours). My sup... applies to Tennessee  ·  1 answer

Hello, I am new to this site. I am in Alaska. I run a marine supply store. I am the only one employed over her. I have been asked to work 8-5 7 days a week for the length of the summer. My pay rate is $23 per hr. Am I entitled to overtime pay?
I have been working for this outfit for 5 years.I am the only employee that puts in extra hours but does not receive the benefit of overtime pay. I am administrative. I am and have been in relationshi... applies to Alaska  ·  0 answers

preapproved ot
I often work 45 to 55 hours a week, but my employer says that overtime must be pre-approved. Is this correct. applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can employer cut my pay 30% after DOL told them to pay back overtime to me?
I contacted DOL and informed them i thought i was a non-exempt employee for the last six years of my employment. They called my employer to request my information. On same day, they called my supervis... applies to Georgia  ·  1 answer

Retaliation/wrongful demotion?
Sam has worked between 44 and 50 hours each week. Regardless of how many hours he works, he's paid $3000 per month. He questioned his supervisor about this and was told that he is not entitled to over... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

I have been providing cleaning services for a company for the last 11 years. 7 days a week. Never once have been paid any benefits such as paid vacation, health insurance or overtime. (We are not on the clock, I come in after hours and get paid a salary)
Worked 11 years for the company 7 days a week. 364 days out of the year. Not once have they paid me benefits. (Paid vacation, Overtime, Health insurance.) Not under contract. For the first couple of y... applies to Nevada  ·  1 answer

nanny overtime
I have a nanny who is scheduled to work 40 hours a week, with 1 wk sick, 1 wk vaca and paid holidays to start. Our family takes more than 1 week vacation every year, but cannot afford to pay her for t... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I have a confusing question. I work for a company that has 1 parent but 2 subsideries. An employee works FT for 1 company and we want him to work 10 hours for the next company from home. Would this mean overtime or not because it is 2 companies? Should he
I have a confusing question. I work for a company that has 1 parent but 2 subsideries. An employee works FT for 1 company and we want him to work 10 hours for the next company from home. Would this me... applies to California  ·  1 answer

I'm being denied overtime and my custodial manager is in retaliation mode every time I have a legitimate complaints she ignores them and then she retailiate
Need help have no one to turn to not even my union applies to Illinois  ·  0 answers

I think my boss owes me more money and componsations
She don't pay overtime there is no real way to keep track of hours .just have to take her word and she can take whatever she wants from me in charges out of my check applies to Montana  ·  0 answers

what do i do if I think my boss owes me more money and componsations?
She don't pay overtime there is no real way to keep track of hours .just have to take her word and she can take whatever she wants from me in charges out of my check applies to Montana  ·  0 answers

Is it legal to have job threaten after I had called Corporate and complained.
I called corporate, about insurance not going into effect as told it was, they took care of that. Also complained that I was not told that I would be working mandatory overtime every weekend when offe... applies to Virginia  ·  0 answers

Unpaid overtime, overpaid taxes and constructive termination.
I was trained to be a serviceman for a vending company in Texas in January of 2002. I was paid an hourly wage of $10.00, that went to $12.00/hr in January of 2003, after being rehired (I worked for an... applies to Kansas  ·  1 answer


I live in nevada which has both a +40hr weekly plus a +8hr daily overtime pay law unless exempt which from what ive researched i am not (stylist/cosmetologist at a franchise paid hourly) but one law i... applies to Nevada  ·  0 answers

Time Clock Lunch and Makeup Time
I was told I must clock in and out for my 30 minute lunch now which used to be automatically deducted by the time clock program. I am the only one that has been told to do this while everyone else is ... applies to Tennessee  ·  0 answers

If I'm a employee and have doctor restriction and Iam mmi from work comp back at work and the doctor is trying to do another surgery on my foot and still going to doctors appointment threw work comp can they mandate me to work overtime
I'm on restriction from a doctor and still going to doctor appointment threw work comp I'm mmi back to work and waiting to see if work comp approves a surgery for my foot that will put me back off wor... applies to Missouri  ·  0 answers

OT when you've not yet acquired 40 hours & unpaid drive time
I work for a company that is contracted by a major electrical company & I am scheduled to work a 10 - 4 work schedule Mon.- Thurs. On Wednesday I had a doctors appointment so I left an hour early. The... applies to California  ·  1 answer

what laws guide overtime pay
where can laws be found on labor? applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Can an employer pay overtime to one exempt employee and not the other exempt employees?
applies to Tennessee  ·  0 answers

Intermittent FMLA should required office hours be different than team and should overtime go unpaid?
I'm a salaried employee working 40/hr work weeks. My team is expected to be in the office from 10-2. But I am required to be in the office from 7-4 or must submit FMLA hours. Also, some weeks I've wor... applies to Minnesota  ·  0 answers

I am on light duty for a shoulder injury. Now my back is hurting. Do I report this? And to whom?
I am a bedside registered nurse on a busy cardiac floor in an acute care hospital. I sustained shoulder injury 2014. Long story short, Oct 2015 I had a flare up and was unable to return to full duty. ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

overtime and benifets
My boy friend has worked for the same company for 19 years. It was at one time a family business but was sold about 8 or 9 years ago. The main office is up north and where my boyfriend works there are... applies to California  ·  1 answer

overtime & lay-offs
Can an employer require their employees to work 12 hours days, every day, every other week, if the employer has a portion of the workforce laid-off? applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Gerrymandered schedule denies benefit of company holidays, due to policies.
I realize that companies don't have to give their employees paid vacation days. But if they do give them, shouldn't they have to treat non-exempt employees the same? I already know that our company do... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Can I sue my company for harassment while still working for them
I am harassed daily and forced to work unlimited overtime, I have to work 9-10 hours a day plus saturdays with no extra pay. applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I was woking for a nursing home where I worked alot of overtime but my check was always short so I put in for a vacation a month went by I started thinking about moving to connecticut week later I went into work I picked up my paycheck across from the job
Please help me applies to Connecticut  ·  0 answers

Today I was scheduled from 5 am untill 1245 pm but do to me having overtime my boss told me instead of taking a half hour break I have to take a 1 hour break and work a split shift is the against the law
Today I was scheduled from 5 am untill 1245 pm but do to me having overtime my boss told me instead of taking a half hour break I have to take a 1 hour break and work a split shift is the against the ... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Today I was scheduled from 5 am untill 1245 pm but do to me having overtime my boss told me instead of taking a half hour break I have to take a 1 hour break and work a split shift is the against the law
Today I was scheduled from 5 am untill 1245 pm but do to me having overtime my boss told me instead of taking a half hour break I have to take a 1 hour break and work a split shift is the against the ... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  0 answers

legality and fairness of bosses guidelines of travel time wages
My Question concerns travel time. My Job requires me to travel long distences from our shop to go to work. my boss doesn't feel he should pay us for our time to make the trip for him. Here is his guid... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

pay
My boyfriend works for a company that manufactures lockers. He is a salary employee (not paid overtime) and is required to work a 50 hour week. He is supposedly the office manager but he is not in a p... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Im in louisiana and am working for a contractor small buisness in a food refinery. Hes never copied my drivers license or given me a w2 or 1099 and i work 2 months usually without a day off i get no benefits or overtime there's no health insurance nothing
Sorry my question was so long this is my first time posting a question i didn't know about the details box anyway. I've worked for this man for 5 years and ive watched and had to work with a physical ... applies to Louisiana  ·  0 answers

Im in louisiana and am working for a contractor small buisness in a food refinery. Hes never copied my drivers license or given me a w2 or 1099 and i work 2 months usually without a day off i get no benefits or overtime there's no health insurance nothing
Sorry my question was so long this is my first time posting a question i didn't know about the details box anyway. I've worked for this man for 5 years and ive watched and had to work with a physical ... applies to Louisiana  ·  0 answers

Im in louisiana and am working for a contractor small buisness in a food refinery. Hes never copied my drivers license or given me a w2 or 1099 and i work 2 months usually without a day off i get no benefits or overtime there's no health insurance nothing
Sorry my question was so long this is my first time posting a question i didn't know about the details box anyway. I've worked for this man for 5 years and ive watched and had to work with a physical ... applies to Louisiana  ·  0 answers

non-exempt pay
non-exempt employees only get paid overtime if they have worked 40 hours in one week. Does it matter how many hours they work in a day? applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I was terminated from my job on 4/8/16. Reason, business office no longer using PRN to staff clinics. Here's the catch. Out 9f all the medical tech 1. 8 go to all 3 offices have 80 hrs biweekly 2. At least 30 to 50 hrs of overtime 3. Drummm roll. I'm actu
Read above applies to South Carolina  ·  0 answers

I was recently fired with reason of
I developed and set up the HR department for a property management company. They have numerous violations: hiring illegals as "contractors" I 9 violations, overtime violations, racism (they do not wan... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

Any help would be greatly appreciated
If my employer is requiring me to take job related college courses does he 1. Have to pay me? 2. If the class is after I have worked eight hours in one day am I entitled to overtime? 3. Does he have t... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Breach of Contract
If an employment agreement exists that lists consideration, engagement, commitment and compensation at the annual rate - can unpaid overtime constitute breach of contract for a nonexempt employee? applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

Salary vs. Hourly
Two and a half months ago I accepted a position with a company offering me salary vs. hourly. I've been putting in anywhere from 9-11 hours a day, five days a week and was recently told with the upcom... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Possible mistreatment at work.
My work recently demoted me based on the content of my personal web page. Also, they refuse to pay overtime and they will not pay any hours worked on a day that you may have been late. I'm just wonder... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

I was Laid off on good terms and also received unemployment benefits. 10 yrs later i re apply at the same job and they told me i was fired. Can i use my unemployment documentation that i received back then as evidence that i was at no fault and that the e
I was laid off after the district manager was laying off most of the employees. To my knowledge i left on good terms. I accepted the lay off and was offered references to get another job. I applied fo... applies to Florida  ·  0 answers

state of Texas. non- exempt position in medical clinic. 8 to 5. 1 hr lunch. 40 hour work week. if I come to work every day on time, take lunch, but Drs constantly running late so patients still need to be taken back at 5:15, 5:30 causing me to work Overti
State of Texas. non- exempt position in medical clinic. Front desk 8 to 5. 1 hr lunch. 40 hour work week. if I come to work every day on time, take lunch, but Drs constantly running late so patients s... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

What am I entitled to if I was fired after my boss found out I filed a claim about overtime?
I was terminated after two months of employment today. My employer made an announcement last week that everyone was being changed from hourly pay to salary with no overtime pay, and also no vacation, ... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

Am I intitled to overtime?
i work for a movie theater in Iowa and they tell me I'm not in titled to over time due to it being the entertainment business. Is this correct? I tired looking up these laws online but very hard to fi... applies to Iowa  ·  0 answers

Regular hrs vs overtime?
On my pay stub I worked 87 regulars hours and have 8 hrs of over time, my week also starts Tuesday morning at 1am - 930am and ends after Saturday morning. Is my company ripping me off? applies to Washington  ·  0 answers

Does a law set a maximum on the number of hours worked?
Is there a law stating a maximum amount of voluntary overtime an employee can work in a work week? applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Have I been discriminated against?
I am young, black, and pregnant and I believe I have just recently been fired because of all of the above. I recently was promoted to one of nineteen Supervisors, making me the youngest black female t... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Forced overtime
I am an "at will" employee who's schedule is 7:30 - 4:30 m-f. I have been told that I am required to be at my desk with my voice mails listened to and my emails read and ready to take a call at 7:30. ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

IN MY COMPANY WE HAVE A POINT SYSTEM AND IS IT LEGAL TO FIRE SOMEONE FOR BEING LATE AFTER THE REGULAR 40 HOURS THEY GIVES US POINTS IN THE OVERTIME AS WELL IS THIS CORRECT?
can an employee get fired on the point system for being late after completing the 40 hrs? applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

What make me a salary enployee ?
I work for a company and they pay me a salary and I don't get overtime . I questioned the about it and they got me buss. cards saying i was a supervisor and said they didn't have to pay it. But i am j... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

What make me a salary employee ?
I work for a company and they pay me a salary and I don't get overtime . I questioned the about it and they got me buss. cards saying i was a supervisor and said they didn't have to pay it. But i am j... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I have been employed as an LVN at a Skilled nursing facility for about 7 years, I act as a Med nurse and a treatment nurse and am required of completing my duties in an 8 hour period, which is virtually impossible. I have been written up for clocking out
I have been employed as an LVN at a Skilled nursing facility for about 7 years, I act as a Med nurse and a treatment nurse and am required of completing my duties in an 8 hour period, which is virtual... applies to California  ·  0 answers

Is it illegal to not pay for breaks under twenty minutes according to federal law?
I've been working for a company for the past two years and have never been paid for breaks, is this illegal and can I file a lawsuit for the back pay due, and resulting overtime. applies to Illinois  ·  2 answers

Do I qualify for severence or how should I go forward?
I have been with my company for over 17 yrs. I recently found out that they were shutting down. I have worked as a salaried employee from the beginning with no contract. I have worked many 60 hr weeks... applies to Illinois  ·  0 answers

I am currently on FMLA due to depression and anxiety brought on by mandatory overtime They do not plan on hiring more people. My Dr wants to limits hours to 40. The employer can say this creates an undue hardship. But if they let me go they will be even m
my dr has not released me to go back to work yet. Are still adjusting medications. Dr will probably limit me to 40 hrs (ADA ) Not sure when I will be able to go back to work. Thank You. applies to Indiana  ·  0 answers

Full time plus additional work?
I run a nonprofit organization. I have an employee who works FT in one program on salary. He wants to work in another of our programs several hours in the evening, seeing therapy clients (he is a Mast... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

How is my time calculated? Am I entitled to know?
I am a nonexempt employee on a time clock system. Is my employer under any obligation to advise me how my hours are calculated (i.e. how minutes are rounded, when pay is docked, overtime earned, etc.)... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Im new to Las Vegas , Is it legal for an employer to withhold taxes on a self employed subcontractor?
Self employed flooring contractor, subcontracted work from a flooring shop and hes withholding taxes, medical, and social security. Yet im not being paid overtime, or getting any company benefits! applies to Nevada  ·  0 answers

Non profit organization.
Our employer pays on a 40 hour work week Monday through Friday. If an employee uses benefit hours for a day off, for instance sick, personal or vacation hours and works and additional 8 hours on Satur... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

My employer processed a paycheck for me made up of a discretionary bonus. Taxes were deducted and everything. However they are holding onto the checks. How long can they do this? It was early 1st quarter 2017 and it's almost mid April.
In addition, they are requiring that I do lesson plans for my day care kids and clean my classroom and will not include the hours I do this into overtime calculations. They say that it is to be paid s... applies to Massachusetts  ·  0 answers

Cal Labor Law Dispute Questions
Hi. An employee who I fired in September of 2002 filed a complaint with the California Labor Board for back over time pay and for 92.38 per day for 30 days in penalties. The employees name is Jody. Sh... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Exemption with timecards?
I am a salaried worker making 35k per year as a marketing writer. They recently enforced a new rule for ALL employees (Salary and hourly) that you must clock in and out every day. They said if I leave... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Can I be docked a vacation/ personal day?
I am an exempt employee not eligible for overtime, however the company has a policy that if we are more than 30 minutes late for whatever the reason, even if it is a first occurrence. You will be dock... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Pressured To Work "Off the Clock"
I was offered a position in a school district. The hours are 7:30 to 4:00. After quitting my previous job and starting the new one, I began to see that everybody works 10-20 hours overtime "off the cl... applies to California  ·  2 answers

Overtime under pay
I work for a company i am salary base. but if i miss work or have to take off from work they pay me at an hourly wage. plus i have proof where i have worked 90 plus hours in a pay peroid and only got ... applies to Kentucky  ·  0 answers

Fair Pay - Salary vs. Salary (non-exempt) vs. Hourly
Mel, I have a long list of things I'd like to ask about but will focus on overtime here. The company is an AZ for-profit corporation. Approx 4 years ago I was promoted from the support department to o... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

I'm A director and a juvenile facility for young women. For the last two years I want to say we have been understaffed and I've been working at at least 12 to 15 hours overtime every week to help fill-in the understaffed. As of lately we have yet been get
I'm working at a job phone is not giving me all the tools I need to run the program but yet they said I was not capable of completing a job up to their satisfaction so I was the multi can you please h... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  0 answers

PLEASE HELP
I have been employed for 2 years with my employer, no vacation, no paid holidays, no benefits at all. I also work overtime for regular pay, and RARELY take a lunch! They are now telling me I have to c... applies to California  ·  2 answers

Salary pay deduction
I interviewed with a company that offered me a specific yearly wage that I would be compensated for hourly. When I actually began the job they requested I take a slight pay cut and get a salaried comp... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Harassed because using intermittent FMLA
I have a recently disabled son who at times needs my assistance. I applied for and received intermittent FMLA, allowing me to take a few hours off 3 or 4 days a month to help him, using a maximum of 1... applies to Illinois  ·  3 answers

can an employer make you work 6 days a week and not pay overtime if they keep hours below 40?
employer is working us 6 days a week, but only 5-6 hours a day applies to California  ·  0 answers

State of mo, I am a house manager at a home health agencie and my staff are payed overtime pay for hours worked over 40 but the employer stated house managers only get straight pay for more than 40 hours worked, I'm on call 7days a week for 365 days a yea
I work with dmh clients applies to Missouri  ·  0 answers

Salary and Hourly Differences
What is the difference between salary and hourly? Is it just based on overtime differences? If you leave an hour early when you're a salaried employee, can the employer deduct that hour from your sala... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

An employee worked unauthorized overtime and didn't record it on his timecard. After payroll was processed we were advised he had worked OT one day that week. Do we have to immediately issue him a check for the difference or can we add it to his next payc
We are paid bi-weekly so he would be waiting 10 business days for his the check with the OT if we didn't do a separate check (which we have to pay an additional fee to have done) applies to California  ·  0 answers

Comp Time- vs- Over Time
I am a non-exempt employee. My Employer has told me they will no longer pay overtime for ovetime worked but said I can take the time off at a later date. They are calling it "Comp Time". But I do not ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can they change my pay or force me to do dangerous work?
I am a office employee who is made to do several wharehouse job's and maintence work because I am a man. I am am not covered under wharehouse insurance and feel I am in danger of getting hurt. Also my... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Travel Policy
If an employer has a travel policy that states: "All travel time is to be paid at straight time." and defines travel time as: "Time in excess of your 40-hour work week." are they violating the overtim... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Is it legal to have to wait 30 days to recieve overtime pay?
If I work ot in dec 09 it will not be seen unitl jan 2010 is that legal I am a state empolyee and we are paid on the 1st and the 16th unless its a holiday or weekend. Suppose I worked ot on Dec 16 sin... applies to Virginia  ·  0 answers

reduction in pay to meet OT requirements w/o increasing costs
The employee is non-exempt and works approximately 10 hours per week in OT. This has been occuring regularly for several years. In a sudden effort to reduce costs, the company wants to cut the employe... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Can my employer dock holiday pay from my salary?
Employee handbook says if you call off the day before or after a holiday, you will not receive holiday pay. Does this only apply to hourly employees and not to a salaried employee? I am paid salary an... applies to Ohio  ·  0 answers

My employer keeps paying me under the table but I have child support so I tell her I need a check and pay stubs plus I'm allowed to charge but there is no real way to keep track and I'm pretty sure any one can charge to me .I just got fired is there any w
Scetchy boss got fired probable because I make to much never get overtime and a real Scetchy way of keeping track of hours and charges applies to Montana  ·  0 answers

Involves FLSA.
Dear M.E.L. I am an non-exempt hourly worker employed as a maintainance technician. I work for a apartment management company in Evansville Indiana. They have apartments all over the United States. I ... applies to Indiana  ·  1 answer

are chiropractors exempt from overtime, in Indiana?
I worked for a chiropractor for 2.5, he is bad at keeping his equipement in good working condition, and do to his lack of concern I could have broke a patients neck. I have told him on many occasions ... applies to Indiana  ·  0 answers

I was approved to work overtime doing the same body of work I currenlty just a diffrent location after working it for several day i was told by a manager that it was not allowed without prior approval. A lead manager in the build I go and my current manag
temp staff and lead staff allowed to work it. applies to Oregon  ·  0 answers

My employer has several times threatened me and other salaried employees with termination because we do not work over 40 hours a week. We are salaried and as part of our salary we do get a monthly and yearly bonus based on sales. My employer states that t
Salary employee administrative position not entitled to overtime pay employer wants to mandate extra hours to compensate for short staff applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Can overtime be paid separately at straight-time pay?
I am a cashier in a convenience store. I worked 50 hours in one week. My check stub showed 40 hours, which I was paid for, but the other 10 hours was paid in cash at straight time...not time-and-a-hal... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Is it legal in Indiana to "trade shifts" with co-workers.
Hypothetically, we work 12 hr swing shifts. Could i come in and work a co-workers shift, he would be "on the clock" and get paid, then he would pay me back by working a day for me, where i get paid. T... applies to Indiana  ·  0 answers

Refuse to pay back-pay
I work for a major entertainment company here in LA as a computer analyst. Recently several of us have been re-classified as non-exempt due to a mis-classification. Since we have been working 45 hours... applies to California  ·  2 answers

If I am taking a weeks vacation, and they decide to work on Saturday (overtime), can they force me to take 6 days vacation instead of just 5?
I have requested and got approved for vacation for the week of 4th of July. I have just been informed that we will be working on the Saturday prior and that if I want that day off I will need to reque... applies to Minnesota  ·  0 answers

IS THIS CASE APPLICABLE FOR THE WRONGFUL DISMISSAL
I started with this company thirteen years ago with the job title Technical Support Manager (Grade 21 - exempt employee). Since then, I have been promoted to Grade 22. Three years ago I was transferre... applies to New Jersey  ·  0 answers

Hi Mel: I'm currently employed in a health care facility as an RT. Our staffing has dipped to critically low levels,( we've lost 30% of our therapists) we frequently work alone. I would like to know in advance if we can be mandated to work 24 hrs straight
There are laws in place that govern mandatory overtime for RN.s in a particular state, but the governing bodies that establish clinical practice guidelines for RT's essentially sold out and have allow... applies to Ohio  ·  0 answers

NO PAY DAY
In the workplace, if you have overtime in one pay period can your boss MAKE you take a day off in the next pay period WITHOUT pay? applies to Kansas  ·  1 answer

No Salary Employee Bonus for 1/2 year Employment?
I recently left a position as a "civil designer," the equivalent of a non-licensed civil engineer, to pursue a JD degree. I was hired to produce drawings and to coordinate land development issues betw... applies to Maryland  ·  1 answer

Exempt employee travelling WAY too much.
Hi. I am an exempt employee in sourthern CA that works at a software company. My job title is Support Specialist, although I am more of a travelling technician. I know that an employer can make you wo... applies to California  ·  3 answers

Can my employer pay me with my vacation time on a day that I was at work?
Our office was being relocated and our computers were down to clock in and out for a couple days and our manager would take care of the time sheets, well a few weeks later I had noticed some of my vac... applies to Nevada  ·  0 answers

Regardless of being an at-will employee. Can a company use aggressive or harassment to force someone to quit, to avoid paying severence?
It seems to me that Bank of American and HP colluded to force employees to quit. First by setting unreal expectation on a team that was designed to fail. Second whether true or not, stating that there... applies to Illinois  ·  0 answers

Vacation pay
I have written before concerning this and received some very helpful information I have another question. Summarize My boyfriend worked for his company for 19 years was labeled an Executive manager pa... applies to California  ·  1 answer

I have a question I sued a doctor in the labor commission and received a 1099 misc is that the right form
I filed a complaint with labor commission for unpaid breaks, overtime lunches, I received a 1099 misc form is that the right form I was supposed to receive applies to California  ·  0 answers

Is overtime pay a matter of policy or law?
In the Matter of At Will Employment,over-time pay and working longer than 6 days per week. Are this issues law or are they a matter policy, and if a company doesn't have any written policy in regards ... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Valid reason to get out of my non compete?
I have workded for the same company for about 20 years. Recently the company was was sold and I along with it. I was told from the begging from the buyers how "nothing would change for me that would a... applies to Arkansas  ·  0 answers

Two questions regarding pay.
I have two questions regarding pay where I work. My first question is: At one point, any hourly employee working over 40 hours was paid overtime (time and a half) for any time over 40 hours. In an eff... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Overtime Exemption Qualifications
I recently read about a class action suit in California against Siebel Systems filed by a former Software Engineer: http://www.dicksonross.com/sys-tmpl/ibsiebelclassactionib/ It seems quite odd to me ... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

If my regular pay was backdated to my anniversary date after my review. Is my employer required to backdate my overtime pay as well?
My review was pushed back due to mergers and restructuring of the raises. After our reviews we were told we would have our pay backdated. We finally received our checks, but only our regular pay was b... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

SALARY TO HOURLY
I'VE BEEN WORKING FOR THIS COMPANY FOR 5 YEARS AT MY 2ND YEAR THEY PROMOTED ME TO OFFICE MANAGER AND THEY ALSO SWITCH ME FROM HOURLY TO SALARY AFTER JULY OF 2003 I WAS WORKING FROM 48 HOURS TO 56 HOUR... applies to Connecticut  ·  1 answer

buisiness advice, terminating unfair hire legally
An employee (manager/bookkeeper) that's worked for me for about three years now just recently quit, but before she did she hired a new girl w/ a gauranteed 40+ hours a week overtime $15 an hour. I hav... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

I work in Virginia. Recently my employer gave me a promotion and called it an exempt position but from what I have read it is not exempt. I am only paid for 40 hours because I am a so called
I work 60+ hours a week and I am only paid for 40. Should I be receiving overtime or at least be getting paid for the hours I work? applies to Virginia  ·  1 answer

Disciplined for FMLA excuse
I am currently on approved intermittent FMLA leave for an immediate family member. My immediate supervisor is very much against any leave of any sort. Since I am a salaried employee who is not eligibl... applies to Illinois  ·  2 answers

Can my old employer get me fired bc of me suing them?
I work in Pa and recently quit my job to get a new one after 11 years. I was mandated to work overtime but was only paid straight time. I am thinking of starting a class action law suit against my for... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

is my employer required to pay overtime when I am work reduced?
I work a 10 hour alternative schedule in a hospital. When I am work reduced after working 8 hours, isn't my employer required by law to pay me time and a half for the remaining 2 hours? If so how do I... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Is it legal to expect employees to be on call (expected to be at a phone) and not be compesated.
My employer has enforced on call as a requirement of employment, we are expected to answer the phone when called and if we don't answer or come in we are written up and in some cases discharged. We ar... applies to South Carolina  ·  0 answers

Boss clocked me out two hours before shift was over and did not tell me until the end of the shift.
I work at a sandwich shop and I was forced to work a double shift that gave me a total of 40 hrs. for the week. Two hours before the second shift was up the owner clocked me out without telling me unt... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

required to work 52 hrs or be fired
A female friend of mine recently refused to work over 52 hrs a week, several other people in the finanical department are on medical leave because of heart attacks and long working hours and she feels... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Overtime
I have a couple of issues at work but I'll only address one. When I got hired, I was told that the work week would be 35 hours. I agreed that if I had to stay late to complete some work, that I would ... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

If I think I have been misclassified as an independent contractor, what's the best way to proceed?
I am an Ohio resident, and I have worked with a company headquarted in Ohio to provide security services for natural gas wells at locations in Pennsylvania since 9/21 of 2010. As of 8/20/2011, I was c... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Time clock hours don't count
Our company has a policy of rounding all time clock entries by 10 minutes in their favor. So, all of us could be donating as much as 20 minutes each day to the company. It really becomes a problem whe... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can an employer force me to provide the name of my private insurance information to their group ins
My employer is forcing me to provide my private insurance information to their group health insurance is this legal? He is threatening to fire me....I am a Iraq Combat Veteran, I am insured I guess th... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Is it legal for an employer to switch from hourly to salary with-out the consent of the employee?
The company which I worked for, switched from Hourly to salary so they would not have to pay overtime,without the consent of the employees that were hired on at an hourly rate, also the same company m... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Company owner sexually harasses and discriminates
I work for a small company where the owner sexually harasses the females in the office by staring, touching, etc. No one that is currently employed there will bring anything to his attention for fear ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Not getting payed overtime and threatend by manager not to contact state
About 6 months ago I started a job with a handshake stating at 30 days I would recieve a $3 raise and assistant manager status. After 3 weeks I became assistant manager but 6 months has passed without... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Is an employer required to give a day off in a regular scheduled workweek?
I am currently working at a retail department store. I was talking with another employee and she stated she was scheduled 14 days in a row without one day off. Is that legal? I told her I thought it w... applies to Oklahoma  ·  0 answers

Overtime
I work for a bank and became a salaried employee when I became one of the managers in the branch. I have never had any employee report to me, and my job description is sales, non-commissioned. I am re... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Exempt or non-exepmt? Worked ave.50hs/w without overtime
I was terminated from Japanese invested semiconductor manufactuer 2month ago. I was very angry with their(American management) unfair treatment but AZ is at-will employment State, there wasn't too muc... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Can an employer tell you not to attend work without pay because of the weather?
My employer told only some of the employees not to come to work and if we wanted to get paid for those eight hours we would need to use a vacation day. We were expecting a large amount of snow. The bu... applies to Michigan  ·  0 answers

Is this considered retaliation?
My fire dept recently received a payment for wages that were not paid correctly over the last 5 years totaling around $500,000. Within one month of receiving the money, the city has taken away overtim... applies to Kentucky  ·  0 answers

Can hours worked overtime be allocated at a 2:1 ratio as PTO?
My non-profit employer requires me to work outside of my regular 40-hour workweek for special events in exchange for PTO. However, the PTO is not allocated at a 1:1 ratio. For example, I was required ... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

non-competes when the employer has wronged you
My past employer made everyone sign an extremely vague non-compete (the type of business is not even mentioned). The distance in it is a 30 mile radius, and two years length of time. And the potential... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Can I be fired by filling out Injury reports?
I am a blue collar worker at a Fortune 500 paper company. Like many companies they have down sized. First the boss came to the machine forcing up run time. Then, where there were 3 people per machine,... applies to Wisconsin  ·  0 answers

No pay for non-billables
I work for an IT consulting company. Recently, the company changed its policy on compensation. It stated that any time that is not billable will not be compensated. This is tantamount to a huge pay cu... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

OT - Multiple Rates
In a day, our crews usually work multiple job sites and may work in different capacities. My question is "Do we have to pay a 'weighted' average when time runs over into the overtime hours and there h... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Salaried Employee docked pay for 1 day off.
I am an exempt salaried employee. My duties include supervisory, administrative and I am also on call 24 hours a day for emergency situations. I work in a Customer Service Help Desk. This year I was i... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Do employers have to track salaried, NON-EXEMPT employee hours?
I believe I am NOT an exempt employee, while I am a computer programmer, I am only paid about 25$ per hour, but am paid on a salaried basis. My question is, is my employer required to track my hours a... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

unpaid wages
I had been working as a video editor for a leased access television show in New York. The pay was never on time, however I always recieved it at the most ten days late. The rate was 350/week and I wor... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

My fiance is being demoted out of nowhere and they are decreasing his salary. Can they do this?
My fiance is the manager of a jewelry store for about a year and a half. He has done an amazing job and won many awards within his company for doing so well and improving this store from the year befo... applies to Illinois  ·  2 answers

If I work 10 hours a day am I entitled to 2 hours of overtime for that day?
Normally we work 8 hours a day 5 days a week, but recently we have been working 10 hours days. During the memorial day period we had a paid holiday. The boss said we will not be paid OT for the ten ho... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Company owner sexually harasses and discriminates
I work for a small company where the owner sexually harasses the females in the office by staring, touching, etc. No one that is currently employed there will bring anything to his attention for fear ... applies to California  ·  4 answers

Gender Discrimination - Pay Rates
I was hired in July, 2002 by a company out of LA. I'm a 22 year old female college graduate w/ 4 yrs experience. My pay rate is $11/hour. A 20 year old male with no college degree and 2 years experien... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

My company acquired a company that starts in the middle of a week. They will go over 40 hours but on separate payrolls. Do they still qualify for overtime?
We have a full asset acquisition effective 9/1/16. The acquired company stated that their employees have been working long hours the last three day under there own company payroll and want to know if ... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  0 answers

Can you work more than 40 hours, but less than 80 at the same location for two different employers.
I work for a hospital as an NP full time (37.5 hours) during the week. A group of doctors at the hospital wants to hire me to make rounds for them on the weekends at the hospital which is a related bu... applies to New York  ·  0 answers

Time Frame of Wages According to O.R.C. or D.O.L.
My spouse works for a paid ambulance service. This company is far behind on payment of wages. He is owed over $2500 of gross pay. They are at least a year behind on some employees. What is the time fr... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Is this wrongful termination???
My boss terminated me on the spot after telling him (owner of company) he was required by federal law to pay me for all hours I worked including overtime hours (he had been refusing to pay) and if he ... applies to Tennessee  ·  0 answers

should this job be Exempt or Non-Exempt?
My title is "Field Engineer" my duties are: installing, repairing, upgrading, maintaining, and trouble shooting point of sale computer systems. I supervise no one. I am required but compensated for us... applies to Indiana  ·  1 answer

Rules for Salary employees regarding overtime
Dear Mel, A couple of questions: 1. If I have a business meeting in the middle of the day can my employer deduct the travel time from my hours worked? 2. I work for a nonprofit agency as an exempt emp... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I'm a full time employee and my employer wants me to leave early during the week so I won't get my 40 hours in and then make me work on Saturday so they don't have to pay me overtime. I have a set schedule Mon-Fr from 2:30 to 11:00 pm.
Can an employer ask a full time employee to leave early during the week so as not to get their 40 hours in and then make them work on the weekend and not pay them time and a half for it? applies to Michigan  ·  1 answer

Can my employer force me to have an interview with their outside attorney?
Hello, Last week my Supervisor told me that I would have an interview with their "outside counsel" regarding my job description as a Sales Planner. We have an inside attorney, but this is a law firm m... applies to Georgia  ·  0 answers

Office has a 35-hour work week. Do I get straight pay for 35 to 40 & then 1.5 over 40
Our company has a 35-hour work week. I sometimes work an extra 10 hours a week, for which my company refuses to pay overtime, saying I have to "adjust" and take time off the next week. They say we don... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Base rate or time and a half?
I work as a consultant for a contract firm. I am a degreed EE who designs circuits and writes low level software. In my present job, I am a W2 employee who gets a paycheck based on the hours I work. I... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Can my employeer deduct pay from a second check?
I work full time 40 hours a week doing general office work. And I work a second job, I clean the office after hours. I recieve two separate paychecks for the different job duties. I missed a day of wo... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

My company is based out of St . Louis but it am a local driver in California and don't get paid overtime until after 55 hours. Do they have to pay over time after 40 hours or is this ok
Local class a truck driver in California but my company is based out of St Louis. If work about 50-55 hours a week but get paid straight time. Do they have to pay over time applies to California  ·  0 answers

Is there a law in Illinois regarding what jobs can be salary or hourly?
I was offered a new position with my employer. I was told that I would be paid salary. Before I started my new position, my boss told me that I was not allowed to be paid salary because of Illinois la... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Is it against the law for an employer to ask me if I needed a day off for mental health?
I recently resigned from a job in corrections. I was under investigation for inmate/staff relationship, and accused of doing acts while working. This is false, I admit that I was probably flirty but, ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Docking a full day's pay from exempt employees
My question is: Can exempt employees be docked a full day's pay? I've taken an employment law class and I understood an exempt employee could not be docked at all or it would erode their salaried stat... applies to New York  ·  2 answers

Do i need a lawyer
Hi,I'm trying to contact you about a problem I'm facing due to becoming unemployed. Immediately after becoming unemployed I filed my unemployment claim only to find out I am unable to claim what I'm e... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

can you be fired as retaliation for filing partial unemployment?
My husband works in the construction field. He was being told there's no work and to stay home, so he filed for partial unemployment. After being told to report to work on Monday (after Thanksgiving) ... applies to Virginia  ·  0 answers

My husband was fired last weekafter 25 years. He was paid his final wages that day but no vacation pay that was still on the books. 7 days according to his payroll person. How can he recover it? His ex boss wont budge.
His payroll person admitted he still has 7 days vacation on the books but one of the owners told her dont pay it because he rejoined carpenters union 5 years ago and the vacation pay theyve been payin... applies to California  ·  1 answer

My husband was fired last weekafter 25 years. He was paid his final wages that day but no vacation pay that was still on the books. 7 days according to his payroll person. How can he recover it? His ex boss wont budge.
His payroll person admitted he still has 7 days vacation on the books but one of the owners told her dont pay it because he rejoined carpenters union 5 years ago and the vacation pay theyve been payin... applies to California  ·  1 answer

IM GOING THRU ALOT AT WORK. I WAS APPROVED FOR FLMA ABOUT 3 DAYS AGO, AND THE SAME DAY H R HAD GIVIN ME MY FLMA PAPER WRK ND CERTIFICATION, LETTER, MY SUPER ATTENDANT ND THE NEXT DAY H R HAS OFFERED ME A LAYOFF THAT I ASKED FOR 5 MTHS AGO,AND SAID IF I CO
I AM LOCKED OUT OF MY EMAIL AT THIS TIME. I FORGOT MY PASS WORD. THERES ALOT GOING ON. TO MUCH TO WRITE... I HAVE ALSO GOT A HAND ISSUE GOING ON, THAT I REPORTED AND THEY DID NOT RUN ANY TYPE OF TEST ... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

PART TWO OF EMPLOYEER DEDUCTING FROM SECOND CHECK?
I UNDERSTAND THAT YES THEY CAN DO WHAT THEY DID. THERE ARE FIVE EMPLOYEES WHO ALL DO THE CLEANING AS A SECOND JOB. THERE IS ONLY ONE OF US WHO HAS A PAY PLAN FOR THE CLEANING. IT STATES HOUSEKEEPING/M... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Please help if I have a case?
I recently took 1 week of intermittent FMLA but was given 3 weeks... I feel I have been retaliated against. My title was demoted. My hourly pay stayed the same but all my overtime was cut off and now ... applies to Florida  ·  0 answers

I am a salaried employee and work 45+ hours per week. I am required to work one Saturday (5 hours).v
I am a salaried employee and work 45+ hours per week. I am required to work one Saturday (5 hours) per month. I missed one Saturday since I was in the Hospital, now my employer is telling me I have to... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Unlawful layoff
I was layed off from a start-up company 3 months ago. The reason for the lay-off was a reduction of force due to economic downturn. But, in fact they hired another engineer to take my place approx. 1 ... applies to California  ·  3 answers

teminated for points , one while in hospital other while workmans comp
I have just found out my hashimoto's endocrine disorder is considered a disability. I was terminated with point system. I was given 1 point for a hospitalization they said wasn't covered and 1 point w... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Can employer read private e-mail w/o notice?
I was recently terminated by my employer for disclosing "confidential" information. The confidential information was a resignation letter that a former employee copied to me (I forwarded it to two oth... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

I am an employee of a nanny agency. They are responsible for paying me to be their nanny. Should I still get over time pay for anything over 40 hours even if it's with multiple families? The nanny agency schedules me and pays me but only pays overtime if
I am an employee of a nanny agency and they schedule me with multiple families. One family is full time and the other family is part time. Because I am an employee of the agency shouldn't I be paid ov... applies to California  ·  2 answers

Is it legal for an employer to force certain individuals in a group to change their scheduled hours?
I work in a group of approx. 50 associates, many of whom begin work between the hours of 5 and 7 AM. Recently, a new manager was hired and has decided she does not want only certain individuals (speci... applies to Massachusetts  ·  0 answers

Is it legal for an employer to force certain individuals in a group to change their scheduled hours?
I work in a group of approx. 50 associates, many of whom begin work between the hours of 5 and 7 AM. Recently, a new manager was hired and has decided she does not want only certain individuals (speci... applies to Massachusetts  ·  0 answers

Is it legal for an employer to force certain individuals in a group to change their scheduled hours?
I work in a group of approx. 50 associates, many of whom begin work between the hours of 5 and 7 AM. Recently, a new manager was hired and has decided she does not want only certain individuals (speci... applies to Massachusetts  ·  0 answers

Is there any recourse for experiencing a huge pay cut from changing job description?
I am an hourly Assistant Manager of a retail establishment. I have worked for this company for over 6 years. In duties section of the ASM job description it states that I am required to work a minimum... applies to Maryland  ·  0 answers

Is it legal to pay me a base salary and require me to work 50 hours per week?
I work for a pizza franchise and I am the general manager here. I have been doing this job for almost 2 years now. When offered the position I was told that I would be paid a base salary which was gre... applies to Virginia  ·  0 answers

They want me to waive any future claims.
In Oct. of 2002 I complained to supv. re: Overtime/comptime. I and the 2 workers I supervised were salaried. All the DOL guidelines say we should not have been. My supervisor was "pissed" and the HR p... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

time fraud /Retaliation
I work as a computer professional in a big investment banking. My position was classified as exempt. In 2015, the director sent email that there will be no overtime pay but only comp-off time. Manager... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

Is this legal?
I have been working for a company for 5 years now. I started out salary, and after 5 years they have decided to move me to hourly. Which when i was working salary I was working like 84 hours a week. A... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

What Kind of Lawyer or representation I need to force an ex-employer to pay back wages
I need to find out what kind of Lawyer I need to sue my former employer (small business) to collect back pay. I am owed about $12,000 in back pay plus W2s for about $15,000 in tax (deducted from my pa... applies to New York  ·  0 answers

Confusion about overtime pay...
I recently accepted a job position with the title of assistant manager for a local chain of speciality retail shops. I was told that I would recieve a salary of XX, XXX per year, but that also anythin... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Can I be forced to work in a toxic environment while pregnant?
I'm a Chemist in Holliston, MA and I'm also pregnant. My job requires me to come in contact with several chemicals that are known to cause birth defects. I have to climb ladders, and lift heavy loads ... applies to Massachusetts  ·  0 answers

Can I be docked for scheduled days off?
HELP! I work at a private school in Richmond, VA. My position is the Executive Assistant. I'm salaried and I receive no overtime pay. Since I work at a school, we have scheduled days off on the school... applies to Virginia  ·  1 answer

I am based in Ohio and our administration talks to us like children. Of course theirs not much I can do about that. Though, a very recent act has hurt my pride as a hard worker and concerns me. Now they post a list of all nursing employees who were late f
Now they post a list of all nursing employees who were late for work at the time clock, for all departments to see. This is highly insulting as I feel ridiculed for being one minute late, and the 36 h... applies to Ohio  ·  0 answers

Denying benefits/payroll change
I was denied full time benefits when the company did an addendum. I've seen an attorney who confirmed under the terms I was hired as well as the new terms I qualified under both. This affected my vact... applies to Tennessee  ·  1 answer

wages from salarey to hourley employee
Can my employer pay me far less money when going from salary to hourly? I have been on salary for over say 8 years on my check stub it states 1837.51 for 80 hours or two weeks which would bee 22.97 an... applies to California  ·  1 answer

I am a Shop Stewert for a large company. I had a violation and was treated harsher then others with the same violation. Is this retaliation?
I am a Shop Stewart for a large company. I had a violation and was treated harsher then others with the same violation. Is this retaliation? We have a new boss for a year and a half who has created a ... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Unpaid Commission and salary vs. hourly
My employer of 2 1/2 years does not pay a weekly salary, overtime at a rate of time and a half, or time worked out of the office unless pre-approved. I am considered salaried/non-exempt and told I am ... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

I am a federal employee. I have approved FMLA for my wife. I got a call on my day off mandating me to work the next day on my day off. I told them I couldn't work because she had a doctors appointment and they're saying that it not FMLA leave on my day of
I am a federal employee. I have approved FMLA for my wife. I got a call on my day off mandating me to work the next day on my day off. I told them I couldn't work because she had a doctors appointment... applies to Florida  ·  0 answers

Can you force comission employees to work OT?
I work for a debt consolidation agency where I was originally hired as a " comission only " employee. Due to the fact that some weeks, there are some employees that DO NOT acquire any deals the employ... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Set up for failure and discarded because of being an older female.
I was hired by a consulting company as a high level validation lead. The circumstances of the job opening up were not shared with me. The young man who had the position before me refused to abide by t... applies to Indiana  ·  1 answer

Age Discrimination, Harrassment to force resignation
I was hired 7 years ago as Chief Engineer of a large hotel. The position has been management (supervision, delegation, discretionary judgement,etc). My new general manager of 3 weeks told me he wanted... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Labor on military base
I work for a pizza buisness that has franchises in wilmington, southport, jacksonville & camp lejeune. My job is cashier. My employer pays me 500.00 (I'm listed as salary) every two weeks. I am requir... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

What can I do?
First I would like to say, I live in PA and work in DE as an RN. I have just been faced with a difficult situation. I was asked to leave with the option of resigning. I worked there for a little over ... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

I worked for Geico for the past 8 years as a top performing field claims adjuster. Myself as well as others in the 5 person unit we worked were bullied and mistreated by our immediate supervisor in numerous ways. To start with Geico pays
I worked for Geico for the past 8 years as a top performing field claims adjuster. Myself as well as others in the 5 person unit we worked were bullied and mistreated by our immediate supervisor. We w... applies to North Carolina  ·  0 answers

Severance for some but not others, is there any legal recourse
The nursing home chain I worked for was recently sold to an investment firm. They only wanted the property and turned around and hired 4 different companies to manage and run the nursing homes. One of... applies to Wisconsin  ·  0 answers

Severance for some but not others, is there any legal recourse
The nursing home chain I worked for was recently sold to an investment firm. They only wanted the property and turned around and hired 4 different companies to manage and run the nursing homes. One of... applies to Wisconsin  ·  0 answers

I have been employed as a college Instructor since 2009. In 2010, My college transferred me to commute part time to another facility, one they did not own. Since the first day I have been abused. I was asked to start up a program with no equipment, no too
Contracts, Overtime: VP ripped my contract for Overtime up, told me I could not continue having it. It was signed by three other supervisors, only he ripped it up, and the other three supervisors did ... applies to Georgia  ·  0 answers

In Massachusetts, if I already have FMLA for a seriously ill spouse, and now I need FMLA because I have been diagnosed with a serious illness myself and must take treatments, is it legal for the employer to combine the FMLA for TWO seperate patients? Also
I am actually asking for my husband. I am fully disabled with Multiple sclerosis and another serious illness called Churg Strauss Syndrome...and some really horrible side effects because of treatment ... applies to Massachusetts  ·  0 answers

Salary vs. Hourly
A few days ago I inquired about a salary vs. hourly question and received a very informative answer. I approached the controller in our company and she agreed completely with your reply but stated the... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Not employed long enough
Started as temp-hire august 1, 2011 during first 4 weeks was asked about forklift history, and asked if I would be interested, which I said yes. and proceeded to tell me its basics . was trained in sh... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can my employer require a physician's statement stating the reason for absence?
I have had to use more sick leave more than usual since August 2011 (14 sick days, 9 vacation days). Family issues with a family member's drug use, my daughter's separation from her husband in which s... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

I receive a salary weekly, I called in sick 2 days of last week, Fri & Sat, when I received my paycheck, I was docked for the entire week. I had worked 32 hours that week. I also receive a 1099
I receive a weekly salary, I called in sick 2 days of last week, Fri & Sat, when I received my paycheck, I was docked for the entire week. I had worked 32 hours that week. I also receive a 1099. In ad... applies to Florida  ·  0 answers

I am an exempt employee. I hold a director position and I usually work 45-50 hours a week. 6 months ago my supervisor asked to take an additional responsibility to manage a totally different department, because there was an emergency in that departent and
I am an exempt employee. I hold a director position and I usually work 45-50 hours a week. 6 months ago my supervisor asked to take an additional responsibility to manage a totally different departmen... applies to Oklahoma  ·  0 answers

FMLA/ restoration not key employee
A week before returning to work from FMLA, my work provided me the completed form for Family and Medical Leave Act Request, this form states on the second page that I am not a key employee and that th... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

I work for a Florida company. I receive PTO and vacation days. It is accrued and posted on my paycheck. My paycheck stub showed PTO available. I took the PTO with the written permission of my direct manager. Now the company HR says I used too much and ter
My company posts the PTO and vacation hours earned on your paycheck stub. My stub showed PTO hours available. I would take an hour here or there but with the written permission of my manager first. Th... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Can I be forced to work overtime without pay?
As a college instructor, I have been asked to do many jobs which no other instructor has been asked to do. Not only have I had to do these extra jobs, but I have done them with no extra pay or compens... applies to Alabama  ·  0 answers

Unpaid Wages
I am a Computer Developer. I worked for a (contracting company) “employee leasing” company here in Atlanta for a total of 10 months. For the last three months of this assignment, the “recipient compan... applies to Georgia  ·  1 answer

withholding last paycheck as ransom
I was employed by a local small employer office. I was employed for 6 years. I terminated my employment with two weeks notice. In the first week I was gone I receive a letter from my previous employer... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Questionable Employer Ethics and Compensation Questions
Hi, I've been working at a company for over 10 years and have noticed several areas of questionable discrimination, although I don't know whether that term can be applied legally to these situations: ... applies to New Jersey  ·  0 answers

How can I proving a wrongful termination for work injury when employer states I was never an employee and din't turn in my paperwork to the state or federal government?
Worked as an apprentice learning a new industry. My boss was getting ready to retire and looked at me to buy the business. I worked overtime and mirrored his schedule to master the business. He admire... applies to South Carolina  ·  0 answers

Can I get the company to pay my last five years of my pension in my settlement?
I was assaulted at work, suspended for two days while company investigated it. Called me back to work and told me they found no fault in the physical activities on my part. Then proceed to say but we ... applies to Oregon  ·  0 answers

The Grass Isn't Always Greener
Three years ago I was hired by the L.A. County Office of Education as a secretary. After receiving FBI and DOJ clearance I went to work for a supervisor who was also new. She is very motivated and set... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Exempt to non-Exempt to avoid severance payouts
Changing from exempt to non-exempt so not to have to pay Severance benefits ? --- Is it legal for public US based company with offices/employees worldwide - to abruptly just reclassify/change with onl... applies to Massachusetts  ·  1 answer

any laws in Georgia about Harassment and undo stress caused by boss when totally uncalled for?
for about a year my boss was pretty much a non show owner. but when she did come in she always screamed and yelled at her employees. during most of that time she left me alone since I was office manag... applies to Georgia  ·  0 answers

Do I have a decent lawsuit or would I just be wasting my time trying to make something out of this
I meet this guy i was homeless he picked me up from the streets and put me to work on the hill helping him grow weed under the table, after about a week he started to be one hell of an asshole and jus... applies to California  ·  0 answers

Re: Dion Cassata--Equal Pay
Dion Cassata responded earlier concerning equal pay. I resigned as supervisor of security at my job because the management would not support me as supervisor, or the company's written policies concern... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Will cashing ck relieve xemployer of bonus earnings
It has been 1yr since I was laid off. I was offered a severance for yrs served, which I accepted the severance for years served, but indicated I could not sign agreement because other bonus earnings w... applies to Massachusetts  ·  1 answer

Salaried Exempt? Maximum hours required to work?
My husband is a Quality Assurance Engineer for a company that creates software. When he was hired on six months ago, he asked about overtime in the interview and was told that it was not the norm. Sin... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

hostile work environment
I have worked for a contractor for the government for 5 years now. My immediate boss is rather difficult to work for and has been worse over the past 3 years once I became management. I was promoted t... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Refusal to pay wages, overtime and in timely fashion
I recently took the position of "Assistant Manager" with an hourly rate of $10/hr at a new Restaurant/Sports Bar/Ale House in the NW suburbs of Chicago on November 8th. I kept record of the hours work... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Protection against Retaliation for blowing whistle ?
Several months ago I complained to my boss about a coworker that was falsely reporting the time they worked on our project. For 6 weeks this person falsified their time, even claimed to have worked ov... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Docked pay due to use of FMLA
I am on approved intermittent FMLA due to my son's disability. Both my supervisor and HR director dislike FMLA and have made working very difficult. Since I am salaried and also exempt from receiving ... applies to Illinois  ·  2 answers

Is My Employer in Breach of Contract
From December 2008 until January 2012, I worked for Paul Mitchell the School-Jacksonville, a Beauty School. After having worked for them for over two years I was forced to sign a non compete agreement... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Should I Pursue A Retaliation Claim ?
I had been complaining to my manager and the owner for about three months about several violations they were routinely committing, including OSHA standards, Overtime pay, Child Labor issues, health in... applies to Hawaii  ·  2 answers

Harassment/Retaliation/Discrimination-Forced to stay on job
As a news reporter under contract I find myself in a situation where I'm being retaliated, harrassed and discriminted against at work. I would just leave--- BUT here's the twist- my company WON'T let ... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Can I be compensated for all the time I worked?
I have a question about the unpaid overtime. I have heard the ads on television and I am curious. I used to be an assistant district manager for a very large Tax Preparation Firm. My duties were to as... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

legal to refuse an employee work for off the job injury? dr note saying i can work
My job refuses to let me work even after I produced a Dr note saying I can return. Was told I could return when sprained shoulder is at one hundred percent or sign contract a saying I can't take meds ... applies to Kansas  ·  0 answers

Relationship with boss, FMLA pregnancy leave, retaliation?
I had a relationship with my boss, and became pregnant. He told me he was in the midst of a divorce. In August, he went on FMLA leave after finding out he had testicular cancer that spread. In late Se... applies to Florida  ·  0 answers

WRONGFUL TERMINATION IN NYS. I am looking for a bit of advise on what to do. I worked for a LLC and loved it. Just recently my employer had her secretary call me. When I called back and spoke with the owner she told me that I was fired for supposely sayin
WRONGFUL TERMINATION IN NYS. I am looking for a bit of advise on what to do. I worked for a LLC and loved it. Just recently my employer had her secretary call me. When I called back and spoke with the... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Discriminatory decision based on non supporting evidence
I worked for a data center (we'll call Biz "A")that has many other companies inside its facility. The data center provides cooling, power and security. Biz "A" was purchased by another company (Biz "B... applies to Texas  ·  0 answers

Is blocking security access which lead to loss of employment on fasle accusations worth court?
I worked for a data center (we'll call Biz "A")that has many other companies inside its facility. The data center provides cooling, power and security. Biz "A" was purchased by another company (Biz "B... applies to California  ·  0 answers

Franchisee defamation actionable to national franchise?
I have a problem, perhaps you can render an opinion if it is pursuable. On May 16th I went to pick up my paycheck from Liberty Tax service, a franchise operation owned by Wesley Talcott 3675 Nameoki R... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Can my salary be docked?
I started to work for small company in January 2010 as a temp. I was hired in May 2010 as a permanent employee. At the time I was told that I would be salary exempt and if I worked overtime I would no... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

hired @ salary, paid hourly
i was hired at a salary position, then was told after 6 months that the policy is changing, we are still 'salary' but if we miss time we are docked that time from our 'salary' pay. We are not alowed t... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I WORK 44 HOURS STRAIGHT TIME EVERY WEEK.,WHY?
I HAVE WORKED FOR A MAJOR AGRICULTURE EQUIPMENT DEALERSHIP FOR 33 YEARS,IT IS OWNED BY A FARM FAMILY.WE HAVE APPROX 33 EMPLOYEES AND GROSS SALES ANNUALLY 8-10 MILLION.OUR STANDARD WORK WEEK IS 44 HOUR... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Is this a law?
Hi! My question is? I am paid a salary wage (ex. $1170 bi monthly). But I am being told that I am an hourly employee. If I am a hourly employee I should get paid on a hourly wage not a salary wage. I ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Pay Docking
My daughter was docked an hour's pay for being five minutes late. Is this legal in Ohio? applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Recording hours worked for a salaried employee in NY
I am a salaried retail manager, the company has me put myself in for 1 hr worked to be paid, yet where and are they required to document an employees time worked. If the claim was I worked 7 days stra... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

If I'm exempt and I work 40 hours in four days and take off one day, can my employer charge me a personal day for the one day missed
Can I be docked 8 hours if I worked 40 hours in four days and bang out on the fifth? applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Salary vs. Hourly
I am an hourly employee. My hourly wage is determined by $25000 a year, so it comes out to $12.02 an hour. When I am paid they just divide my $25000 by 24 or twice a month and that is what I am paid, ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

I am a salary exempt employee my employer states hours will be deducted from my salary for days miss
My 30 day notice was given on 2/9/17 my last day of employment will be 3/10/17. I left work early on 2/20/27 sick. promptly went to the doctor on 2/21/17 and returned to work Friday 2/23/17. I am stil... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

can a employer tell you have to work 12hrs or else?
Ia am employed by a company for over a year now, and benn on a 8hr shift the whole time. They told me a day and half before that I was drafted to work 12hrs. I plead my case and in the end i was force... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

My son works construction in ky he works 50 to 80 hours a week he tried talking to his employer telling them he couldn't keep up with being a full time online student and ask for help arranging hours or not working so many they told him education wasn't a
His employer won't even speak to him about it and he works hard pouring concrete every day six and seven days a week sometimes 80 plus hours a week. applies to Kentucky  ·  1 answer

Comp time - legal issue or company policy?
I am an exempt employee working four days per week by agreement with my non-profit employer. If I work a fifth day in any given week, can my employer legally offer me comp time off? If so, am I requir... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Write-ups and Withholding Pay (Salaried Employees)
One of our Partners wants to implement the following policy for his client: If avoidable error committed, person is written up. Second time sent home without pay. These are salaried employees, in Flor... applies to Georgia  ·  1 answer

Want to file a claim against former employeer.
I quitted work after 8 days of work because of my former employeer doesn't want to pay over time fee. My work hour supposed to be mon ~ fri and 9 am to 6 pm(8 hours a day). However, he always wanted m... applies to California  ·  1 answer

OVER TIME-COLLEGE STUDENT
I work for a private mortage servicing company in ohio. There are about 250+ employees and they are making the dept I work in work mandatory 10 hours over-time a week unitl they tell us to stop. I att... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

salary and hourly employees
I work in a department with four other employess. Each of us perform the same job duties, however, three of us have different job titles and are paid salary, while the other two employees are paid hou... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Is it legal for a company to pay straight commission in a non-sales job i.e collections
I work for a company that pays straight commission and requires a minimum of a 42.5 hour work week (actual hours worked). There is no draw. The commission is paid at a certain percent of the overall d... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

hourly
Can a employer after you have been working hourly change it to salary? applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Working many hours over salaried agreement
My husband was a salaried employee with the agreement being 50 hours a week for $35,000 per year. He consistently worked 7 days a week upwards of 60-70 hrs per week and on occasion even more hours. He... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

need help
My wife is paid on salery based on 45 hours a week. she has not had a day off for 28 days including sundays due to no relif manager available, Not her fault. she is required to keep an office open dur... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Docking salary pay due to doctor's note
I am a salary employee. On my paycheck stub bi-weekly it states I am paid for 80 hours (40 per week), though as salary at my job it is understood that we are to work 50 hour work weeks. I have not sig... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Does not want to pay and fired when kept asking for money owed
I worked as a manager for a new business, I helped them opened the store and within the first months I was not getting paid until "It picked up" but they kept giving me the run around, they started pa... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

incentive program for hourly employees
I often have trouble finding time to educate my employees during normal business hours that my business is open to the public. Also, I would like to put a program together to reward my inside sales pe... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Am i getting cheated?
I am a store manager for a farm parts retail store I was put on salary income, and i only get paid for 80 hours every two weeks regardless if i work 100 hours, but if i work less lets say 60 hours i a... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

Personal Time Off for Exempt employee
My wife is an exempt employee and works for a company that has a Personal Time Off (PTO) policy. She accures PTO every pay period, and can use that time for vacation or sick days. Every other company ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Salary or Hourly??????
I am paid on a salary basis. I do not get over time if I work over 40 hours. I was informed recently that my boss does not pay for sick or holiday time. However, he did not let that be known until he ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

clocking out for lunch
I work for a corp, (LLC)that has several branches in several states. The headquarters, or corp. offices are in TN. There are only 2 employees in each office. We work M-S, alternating weekends and 1 da... applies to Tennessee  ·  1 answer

Non payment of work accomplished as a 1099 contractor
I have some outstanding invoices that the company accounts payable person says is in the mail and it never arrives. They owe me over 2000 and their false statements regarding payments are frustrating.... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Retroactive pay decrease & OT back pay
My husband's co. recently had the IDOL come in, and now they have to pay out OT. He is getting back pay, but only at half pay, and they told him today that they are lowering his hourly rate by $3.50, ... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Ex: Store closes at 6pm. I am scheduled to work from 12-8pm.
Can retail companies force commission only employees to work after the store has closed to help clean the store? applies to California  ·  1 answer

Salaried hours
is it against any law to work a salaried person over 40 hours in a one week work period( california )? applies to California  ·  1 answer

Last Paycheck/Vacation
I gave my former boss 2wks notice to resign..However, on my last day she not only gave me my last paycheck minus 2 day stating she wld give to to me on the next payperiod, but did not pay me my vacati... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Mandatory 50 hour work week for salary workers.
The big boss decided to make it manadatory for the entire engineering office to work 50 hour work weeks for the next two months. No explanation was given and no compensation was mentioned for working ... applies to Illinois  ·  2 answers

Docking pay
Im a full time employee and I get paid salary. My employer wants to dock me 1 hour pay for being more than 10 min late and 1 hour pay for being more than 5 min late coming back from a break. He had me... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Pending Termination
I work as the H.R. Manager for a family owned business with 250 employees. We have no employee handbook and few company policies. Basically there are different rules for everyone, depending on who who... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

is it fair for them to fire me without any warning?
Dear Mel, My job was recently terminated by my company without any prior notice. The reason they cited is that I was not performing up to the company standards. However, I feel that I have gave my bes... applies to California  ·  1 answer

How to decide Salary Vs. Hourly
How do I differentiate between deciding if an employee should be a salary employee or an hourly employee? Right now we only have four (myself and other owner included) employees that are salary, but I... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Being run out of my job for discrimination AND am filed as "exempt" and don't think I should be
I am an “exempt” employee for a travel firm which plans meetings and requires me to travel at least once per 6 weeks for about 10 days. When I was hired in April 2004, I was told I would receive payme... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Hello, my name is Elizabeth, I am a Licensed Massage Therapist in Michigan. Was recently let go from position as an independent contractor(I paid my own taxes). I believe I signed a non compete. I can not get a hold of my file. If I did sign, is it enforc
Is non compete enforceable for massage therapist as independent contractor in Michigan? applies to Michigan  ·  1 answer

Reductuton in wages anytime and selectively
Can they reduce salaries at any time and raise it to what is in contract anytime. Question: My employer (located in Atlanta, GA) reduces pay of some employees selectively coz they are not at the clien... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Deductions in salaried pay
Can an employer make deductions in pay for being a few hours short of 40 per week for salaried employees? Thought it was a weekly pay regardless of actual hours. Full days I'd understand...but 1/2 hou... applies to Minnesota  ·  1 answer

Longer hours requested, no more money for it ...
I work in a small private company as a manager and supervise 5 -6 employees. Our working week is 35 hours, but company has a right to extend it to 40 hours when needed. Such extensions happen and all ... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

if a position was miss classified as being hourly when it should be exempt, can you re-classify the position?
We have a group of employees that have basically the same position responsibilities. The position had been classified as being hourly. I believe that this is incorrect and wish to convert them as bein... applies to New Jersey  ·  1 answer

Even though i am required to work 50 hours a week my employer only pays me 40 hours for a week vacat
my employer requires me to work a 50 hour work week but for a weeks pay vacation only pays me 40 hours is this legal. applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Abusive Work Environment - is there anything I can do?!
Hello, I am a full time non-exempt employee that is paid hourly. I have been working for this company in Philadelphia for almost 2 years now. Since the company has expanded and the owner brought in he... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Is there any law that gives salaried employees some flexibility without using PTO?
I manage a group of salaried traveling marketing managers in a company that typically has had mostly hourly employees. Their salaries are in line with industry for their jobs but it seems that Senior ... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Erratic Schedule and Pay Errors
I have two questions. The first pertains to having a set schedule, and the second pertains to correcting wage errors. My mother works in the activities department of a nursing home for little more tha... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

time off without pay
i have several medical issues, myemployers knows this and i get severe migraines, i missed work a lot but have always taken it without pay--this time my employers gave me 3 days off without pay and i ... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Can I require employee who told me 4 weeks off for surgery now to use vacation for the extra leave?
1) Can I require an employee to use vacation time if their requested time off after surgery exceeds their original timeline? 2) We are a small business with less than 25 FTE 3) The employee has a very... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Is it legal to be required to take conference calls for work at home on your phone and not be paid?
My wife is a non salary, hourley paid employee as a teller at a bank. She has been told she must take a weekly conference call at home on her phone without being paid for her time or phone minutes. I ... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  2 answers

unfair wage docking
May an employer dock a non-exempt employees wages for simple mistakes. Employer wants to dock wages of $1 an hour for 8 hours for 1st offense . $1 an hour for 3 days for send , and $2 an hour for 1 we... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

salary deduction
i know its illegal to deduct an employee's salary paycheck if they are out one day, but is it still illegal if the employee is on a 3 month probabtionary period? If im late, i have to make up the time... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Can Employer insist on 45 hrs for non exempt?
I am Non exempt (Net Admin) but My employer demands 45 Plus hours a week even if the job does not require it. He makes a point that slary increases are withheld if hours are not over 45 average per we... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Company closure over Holidays
If an employer closes their buisiness for two days over a holiday, are they required to pay their saleried employees for both days? Can they require the employees to use vacation or sick time in order... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can a supervisor demand an employee to work an extra 8 hour shift ?
My son was told by his supervisor that he HAD to work another 8 hour shift ion top of his regular 8 hours, and has to return to work for his regular 8 hour shift. first 8 hrs. 8:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m. Dem... applies to Connecticut  ·  2 answers

Mandatory Meetings
To whom it may concern: I am a hotel manager. I would like to have a Mandatory meeting for all employees. Is this legal? cphe@asimanagement.com Craig applies to California  ·  1 answer

wage payment
I work straight commission. Can my employer start penalizing me for late paying customers? He started this 11/01/02. applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Exempt Status in Jeopardy
Dear Mel; I have been working in my position as Fiscal Manager since June 2003, and have been consider an 'exempt' employee by both myself and my employer, and rightly so. However, I have had hours de... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Having it both ways....
I am a teacher for a local community college vocational school. I am salaried, and exempt. I rarely work less than 55 hours per week, and some weeks have worked in excess of 70 hours. My employer has ... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

the Corporation that I work for changed the classification of my position from salaried/exempt to hourly/non-exempt. Can I quit and collect unemployment? Do I have any options to fight this?
My position duties or expectations did not change. but they are changing the classification from salaried to hourly. applies to California  ·  1 answer

Enplyer won'
My employer won't put me on payroll on the claim that I am not an employee, but a consultant. I certainly *am* an employee. What can I do to make my employer comply? Is there a governmental department... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

I was recently employed at a non profit organization that provide services for Family Domestic Violence. However I never received unpaid vacation time for 7 years. some flex time and at the end of my employment I was only give 33 hours of vacation time wh
Have yet to receive my accrued unpaid vacation hours that consist of 7 years applies to California  ·  1 answer

Can commission paid non sales employee be asked to perform misc. work when have not customers?
Hello. I am a licensed cosmetologist in the state of Ohio. I work fully on commission. If I have customers booked that day I get paid 50% of the profit minus service and supply fees, etc. If I do not ... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Exempt employee being paid hourly. Is this legal?
Hello - I am classified as an exempt employee for a professional services firm, computer related. My employer requires me to turn in time sheets for both payroll and billing purposes. If there is a pr... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Salary questions
My employer pays us two weeks in arrears. Currently we are behind by one paycheck. Although we are in the computer field, and called "salaried", we must keep time records. In certain circumstances, we... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Afraid to stand up in fear of losing my job.
Hi, I have a situation. I'm a non exempt salary employee. The owner of the company in my opinion is discriminating. He is allowing an hourly person to make up lost hours before during lunch and after ... applies to Wisconsin  ·  1 answer

Vacation Pay
My former company is denying a vacation pay payment because they claim there is no vacation accrual implied in the employee handbook. However, the wording does stipulate that "upon completion" of spec... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Unfairly Treated?
I worked as Acting Housing Program Manager and saved the program from being shut down. For four months I asked for more money, no compensation. After working 50-60 hours a week and literally working m... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Mis-classified employee?
Last August 2000 I switched from a 40hr. to a 32hr. work week with a matching reduction in pay. I was a "salaried,non-exempt employee & earned OT pay. I received a 3% merit increase in December 2000 d... applies to California  ·  2 answers

What's the extent of Individual liability for company officials?
I have a valid claim against a former employer for unpaid OT. I understand the company's liability. What I want to know is, assuming I win my claim, what is the extent of personal liabilty for the two... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

Discrimination during pregnany: wages, forced maternity leave.
At the beginning of 2009, my employer cut everyone's wages 20% and management 10%. Managers had to work a full schedule on the 10% cut, while the rest of the staff was permitted to take a day off per ... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Exempt Status
Hello, If you ask your employer what your status is, exempt or Non-exempt are they required to tell you? If they are what can you do if your employer refuses to tell you? Because it will raise questio... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Can I claim for 101/2 years worked? I'm just take in the period of time ,3 weeks(one por year) I work as manager , i a salary worked, and forced for quit. Thank you!
I worked as Manager ( salary worker)must of the time work 10 to 12 hours a day in six days a week. I'm forced to auit my jib applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Our employer states if we do not sign out at the end of the day, employees will only be paid until lunch. Legal??
We must sign in and out every day. If we do not sign out, we have been notified that we will only be paid until lunch. applies to Texas  ·  4 answers

what should i do ? i asked my company to pay instead of get pay i got fired
i have been working with a security company for more than one year in houston Tx , they always paying us late and i need my money to live my life , so i ask them to pay my checks, they fired me becaus... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

wage payment
I work straight commission. After 9 years, can my employer change the way he pays? It was based on sales, now it's based on receivables. Thank you, Janie applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

wages and final pay
my employer has not given me my final paycheck because of a personal matter. they also refuse to pay over time accordingly. also they are holding my vehicle hostage (it was moved without a key or my p... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Selective Layoff
My wife got layoff two weeks ago and later she found out the mojority of the layoffs are oriental people and also parents who need to leave early to pick up kids from school even they have put in more... applies to California  ·  1 answer

I was on salary at this company in the state of ohio and they changed me back to hourly for already worked hours with out informing me that they were doing so.
I was put on salary at my work place and then they came to me and said they were changing my wages back to hourly but xome to find out they changed my wages two weeks befor consulting me that they wer... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I am paid less than the Sheriff and not paid OT for days off I work.
I am a corrections ofc. for a private corp. and sometimes we have to pull hosp. duty. I make $9.50 hr. At my job. The marshals pay the co. $12.00 hr. When I work the hosp. The co. Only pays me $9.00 h... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

OT and PTO / Vacation labor regulations
I currently work for an employee who has classified every employee as exempt. We are charged PTO / Vacation time in 1/2 day increments. As exempt employees we are not eligible for OT pay. Most of my c... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Employer deducted
Currently, I am a salaried commercial real estate broker who signed a contract that stated I am due a "salary" that includes a bonus if earned. Recently, all the "salaried" employees in the office not... applies to Illinois  ·  2 answers

Contract relinquishing rights to unemployment insurance?
Do I relinquish my rights to unemployment insurance based on the following paragraph in my Employer /Employee Contract? You understand that you are giving up any rights/claims which you may have under... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Was told after resigning I would have to pay back salary previously earned.
employed as an aide, Five months ago was convited of a mistomeanor - Class 1. Told in four months ago by Dept of Education that I was not eligible for a newly required license until the conviction is ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Sign disclaimer under duress to receive pay check
Just an incredible wealth of information here! THANK YOU! Although... after reading the many situations here, I haven't found mine. I worked for a company in Maryland as a skilled craftsman. The owner... applies to Maryland  ·  1 answer

can an employer delete hours from an employees paycheck for allegedly not clocking out?
My former employer has deleted approx 20 hours from my paycheck stating that I did not clock out. The system does an auto clock out at 5am and as the former general manager of a tavern was often still... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Salary vs. Hourly
I am an hourly employee. My hourly wage is determined by $25000 a year, so it comes out to $12.02 an hour. When I am paid they just divide my $25000 by 24 or twice a month and that is what I am paid, ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Do I have a case if terminated almost 3 years ago?
I have worked for a retail company for 15 years as a front end manager. I was pregnant in 2009 and went on FMLA in August 2009 until October 2009. Upon my return, I was given lots of papers to sign wh... applies to Florida  ·  2 answers

Salary employee isn't getting paid for days the company decides to close the office
I'm a salary paid network administrator for a company in IL. My company requires all employees to use a vacation day if they want to get paid when the company decides to close for a day, for example w... applies to Illinois  ·  3 answers

lunch breaks
i just started to in a big retail chain in ohio i would like to know if there is any 0hio law that lunch breaks not given to me if i work more than 8 hours i ask and they said did not have people to c... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

My company has pto that we earn Thur the year for vacation and they give us 4 holadays a year if I take a day off Thur. The week can they make me use a vacation day or holaday even if I ended up with 60+ hrs.
My company has pto that we earn Thur the year for vacation and 4 holadays that they give us for the year can they make me use a vacation day or holaday if I take a day off Thur the week even if I ende... applies to Virginia  ·  1 answer

Should we get paid for putting on the company uniform?
If an employer provides your work uniforms, and has them cleaned and delivered to a locker at your work place, do they have to allow you time to put them on and take them off on company time. If so wh... applies to Ohio  ·  2 answers

Can an employer require evening social events/12-hour days at risk of being fired?
I work remotely for an online school. The employer has decided on short notice that we will be required to travel for 4 days to the home office for a "conference." (Travel was not in the original term... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

salaried employees
Is there a law regarding whether or not it is appropriate to have salaried employees punching in and out with a time clock? applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

New job responsibility imposed by Employer
I work as a Sr. Telecommunications Specialist in the IT dept. where I was hired to do a specific job relating to the company's voice systems and devices, (I'm paid salary, not hourly). In an effort to... applies to Massachusetts  ·  1 answer

Car Dealership vs. Employees
Are there ANY laws governing Car Dealerships when it comes to their sales staff? If so, where can I find them? applies to California  ·  1 answer

Can an employer require a salaried employee to work almost 100 hours a week without additional compensation? I am a restaurant manager and my assistant recently quit with no notice so I have been working 9AM-12Am for almost 2 weeks straight now, this cant
I am a restaurant manager and my assistant recently quit. My district manager is not providing any help and I have literally been working 9AM-12Am for 2 weeks now, over 100 hours a week with no additi... applies to Virginia  ·  1 answer

If I am changed from non-exempt to exempt in the middle of a workweek, do I still get OT that directly applies to my time as non-exempt? [Virginia with no daily OT law] For example, I worked Mon-Thurs as a non-exempt person, a total of 43 hours. Then Frid
If I am changed from non-exempt to exempt in the middle of a workweek, do I still get OT that directly applies to my time as non-exempt? [Virginia with no daily OT law] For example, I worked Mon-Thurs... applies to Virginia  ·  1 answer

hourly or contract employment
We are required to be in the office from 8-9am and 4-5pm Mon-Fri and for sales meeting from 1-3:30pm Mondays. If we are late, or miss more than 2 hrs in a day, we are docked percentages of our commiss... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Unpaid Salary
I worked for a consulting company based in NY as a consultant & did consulting for a client company in NY as well. I left the company because they did not pay my salary in time. They still owe me some... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

In-accurate Commission Pay
I have been working for the same company for over 3 years and recently I have found out that a certain number of part numbers have not been included in our commission report. This affects several empl... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

greedy again
Thanks for such a quick response, I sensed trouble with miss piggy so I have already made copies of the phony documents and have made a package documenting details on each frauded loan, I also have al... applies to California  ·  1 answer

If I sign the boilerplate severance agreement, am I still protected from retaliation?
I've had both good and bad bosses before, but I really suspect this last one of being seriously unbalanced. Given a range of behaviors including but not limited to his totally denigrating his entire l... applies to Massachusetts  ·  1 answer

$18,000 in unpaid wages and reimbursements - how to pursue
I'm looking to see if I have a case or legal options in recovering unpaid wages and reimbursements from a past employer. About two years ago I started working for a IT services company in Aurora, Ohio... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Pellegrino v. Robert Half International, Inc.
I have been task with ensuring our current pay practices are in-line with the current FLSA regulations. My organization has notice that there have been some talks lately in regards to how employers pa... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Fired while on vacation because someone wouldn't come in?
I am a computer programmer with a smallish company and have repeatedly had an issue that until now I have ignored other than to voice my concern to the owner who doesn't see a problem. I have been wit... applies to Illinois  ·  2 answers

Unpaid wages and bounced payroll check
I worked for four weeks for my previous employer. He hired 4 other employees at the same time as myself. To my knowledge, none of us have been paid with a 'good' check. We all, at this point, have pap... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Salary reduction for "unpaid" holiday
My employer has a policy of deducting pay for "unpaid" holidays, which results in my not earning the salary offered when I was hired. When I asked him about this, he said the salary offered to me was ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Clocking out for restroom use
Can employer's make you clock out into lunch everytime you have to use the restroom? What I mean is not during your normal lunch time, or break just while you are on production line etc. applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can employers deduct vacation time for snow days?
My employer called a snow day last winter and phoned all of the employees telling us to not come in because of the weather. The next day I went to work and was informed that everyone had to put in a t... applies to Massachusetts  ·  1 answer

My employer never had me sign a w-2 or w-4 and paid me under the table for 4 months. I kept asking her to set things up right so neither one of us would have problems. She said she would worry about it in 2016 and get things set up correctly. Now as taxes
I worked for a girl cleaning houses for the past four months. She paid me under the table and when I told her on week two that I felt she needed to set up things correctly so that there wouldn't be an... applies to Florida  ·  3 answers

My actual job duties include more than 20% non-exempt tasks. What...
...is needed to demonstrate that they are "not an essential part of and necessarily incident to" my exempt duties. My non-exepmt tasks include: repair, maintenance, calibration, and cleaning of equipm... applies to Illinois  ·  3 answers

Forfeiture of vacation time in addition to docking for lateness
Written company policy states that an hourly employee is considered to be tardy if s/he arrives more than five minutes after the scheduled starting time and will not be paid for that time or be permit... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Monies owed
Thank you in advance for any help and direction that you can offer. I was employeed for 9 years with a firm in NY and was not paid in a timely manner. I currrently am no longer with the firm and am wo... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Is it discrimination if an employer avoids scheduling higher pay scale employees on Sunday?
Employees that have been with the company for a substantial amount of time are "grandfathered in" to be paid time and a half on Sundays. Newer employees are paid their hourly rate plus a dollar when w... applies to Illinois  ·  2 answers

Severance pay
I work for a Casino boat in Illinois. The company is in the process of replacing the boats with a permanent barge. Seeing as how I am the Captain of the boat, I will be getting laid off. I have a lett... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

What is the maximum number of hours an employer can keep me for as a part-time worker?
My employer does not have guidelines for how long they can keep a part-time employee. applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Docked for hours though salaried?
I am a salaried CIO. I get an hour here and there taken off my check because I quote "could not be found so assumed I was out sick" (which I was not and certainly could have been found) or I said I wa... applies to California  ·  1 answer

im filing a lawsuit on my employer for min wage violation of 40hrs how much will i get
what is the percentage over what is actually due to you like say they owe me 300 in wages over a 4 month period and i go to court will i recieve more if so approxiamely how much applies to Tennessee  ·  1 answer

I work as a technical contractor through an agency, for a financial institution. I have been given my two week notice and informed that October 2nd will be my last day. My contract agency indicates that they won't pay me my final check until the next pay
I work as a technical contractor through an agency, for a financial institution. I have been given my two week notice and informed that October 2nd will be my last day. My contract agency indicates th... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Docked hours for a salaried or exempt employee
I am a salaried "exempt" employee. We do not get paid for over-time and most recently had management changes who have instructed us that working from home has to be approved, this happens on a case by... applies to New York  ·  2 answers

I was forced to resign. I was presented a final paycheck at the time. It bounced and I was charged the fees on top of being issued a bad check. I live in California. If I was forced resign; when is my pay legally required to be provided?
I was allowed to resign in lieu of dismissal last week on Friday. I attempted depositing my check but there were issues at the teller so they had me deposit via ATM. There was a hold and then they ret... applies to California  ·  1 answer

If away from home for work, how is compensable time calculated for non-exempt employees?
I will be administering a conference (non-exempt employee) and will be away from home for three days and two nights. Does my employer only need to pay for actual time worked during the conference? Is ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Verbal Employment Agreement
My stepfather had a verbal agreement with a friend to work for him at the local County Fair in Massachusetts for 3 weeks (9am-8pm, 7 days a week). The man agreed to pay my stepfather $1000/wk, and the... applies to Massachusetts  ·  1 answer

As a commission-only employee of a salon, can I be forced to stay at work if I don't have clients?
When there are no clients on my book, I do not get paid. If I don't have anyone on the books, for instance, in the afternoon sometimes I would like to leave early but management forces us to stay even... applies to California  ·  1 answer

can an employer demad an exept employe o wrk 150 hours in 10 days
as a salaried computer programmer was told today 2 das before vacation that I woul be required twrk 150 in next three weeks. Then reminded them of the vacation time about to start that they had forgot... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Unpaid wages from Nov. 07
I am putting my city/state as Marietta OH because that is where I worked. I actually live in WV but assume the case would be an Ohio case. I was employed with this company for over a year. My last day... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can my employer obligate me to pay tuition for a required class upfront?
My employer is asking me to pay upfront for tuition for a class that was a job requirement, and then submit the cost of the class for reimbursement. The payment has to be made to the school (which is ... applies to New York  ·  2 answers

hourly vs. exempt pay
Does a job description legally determine how a person is paid (hourly vs. exempt), and is it illegal to be paying people within the same job description differently (one individual is exempt while 3 o... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

My friend who lives and works in Connecticut has been working for a semi-large (retail sales) corporation for over 25 years and has never gotten a raise. He makes about $12 an hour plus approx. 3% commission. He is considered a salesman but is the 'assist
My friend who lives and works in Connecticut has been working for a semi-large (retail sales) corporation for over 25 years and has never gotten a raise. He makes about $12 an hour plus approx. 3% com... applies to Connecticut  ·  1 answer

Abusive Boss...is it harassment?
I would like to know if the Employment At Will Doctrine is still in effect. I deal with the most difficult boss anyone would wish to have. I remain calm, but eventually the stress is going to get the ... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

wrongful termination
Last week I was terminated from my position at a very large corporation. It started about a month ago when I was demoted from a supervisor position to a lead operator without any cause or reason. I in... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

mandatory on call
Employer just instituted mandatory on call. 27 hour shift unpaid. Is that legal? applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I was looking for a new job and my employer found out about it brought me into a public forum in the kitchen bringing every employee in to the fray about 25 to 30 employees clapping her hands she being the owner of a to restaurant operation clapping her h
This is a fine dining restaurant in Clearwater Beach Florida that was opened in 1948 owned by a family they think they're very powerful and which they are and they treat employees like hell saying the... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Can my employer force me to split my shift ?
I work retail and in years past since black Friday can be horrendous, they have asked if anyone would volunteer for a split shift or be able to stay more than 8 hours and some have complied with the r... applies to Illinois  ·  1 answer

Why is my employer against me getting unemployment benefits?
I have been working for a Dr. in Nassau County for 6 years. I am a surgical assistant.I am under the suspician he is doing things he shouldn't be doing to his employees. I get paid by the surgery. Usu... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Can my employer change my contract from 10 month to 12 month? Can I find out what other salaries wer
My new boss has handed down to a few of us that we are 12 month employees now, yet my research/flier states that I was a 10 month employee. There looks to be a mix up after I was hired with Human reso... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Can my boss make days of work mandatory?
I am a part time hairstylist that works on commission. My boss closes our salon the first week of January as her choice...She tell us that because she is closed from a Monday-Thursday that Friday and ... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Can an employer use the defense that they weren't notified that I was terminated for not paying me my final paycheck?
it's not up to me to notify my employer of the laws they should already know the laws regarding final paycheck, nor is it my responsibility to contact the office and let them know that my foreman term... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Billable time & required time in the office?
My boyfriend recently took a job doing ITS, website management, and website design work. He was told he would be paid $10 an hour for the ITS/website managment stuff and $20 and hour for any of the de... applies to Tennessee  ·  1 answer

Can a comapany require it's hourly employee to be on call without on-call pay?
I am a Respiratory Therapist working in a home he alth company. I am on call 7 days a week. I receive no compensation for my time,unless I have to go out to go out to visit a patient after working hou... applies to North Carolina  ·  1 answer

i was fired 3 months ago. my employer paid me what they said they owe me. 3 months later they call and say i have a check. do they owe me wages from the day i got fired to now
does my employer owe me wages from the date i was fired. which is 3 months later. they said they have a check waiting for me. applies to California  ·  2 answers

Non compete contractor (non employee) situation
I have been working as a 1099 contractor for a guy (company "A") who has placed me as a contractor via another company (copmany "B") to a big firm (Company "C"). Company "C" allows contractors from on... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Wrongful Termination
Recently I discovered that my employer was underpaying me by $492 a month for 18 months. My check is direct deposit and I file the pay stubs without opening the envelope. I notified the owner and the ... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Compensation for 24 hour coverage?
Does my company have the authority to enforce 24 hour coverage without any compensation. applies to New York  ·  1 answer

i work in Rhode Island. If I get called in on my day off to give an insulin shot, does my employer have to pay me
I am a LPN. I was called in on my day off to give aninsulin shot. Does my employer have to pay me for my time? Also, can I be mandated to stay for an additional shift if the next shift calls out? applies to Rhode Island  ·  1 answer

Self Contract Labor
My husband is self contract labor for a Tree Service. Here recently they tried telling him that if he didn't give them 24 hours notice when he was going to miss a day that they were going to cut his p... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

Fraudulent Employer
My employer has bounced and stopped payments on several of my checks. To date he owes me $1,200 in wages plus bank fees I've incurred. He is also in violation of the Independent Contractor/Employee th... applies to California  ·  1 answer

I need some help please
I was wondering if you could tell me if I should pursue a case against my ex-employers. I walked into an office with no staff manager etc....I was hired as the administrative assistant...hired in all ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

docking pay for late clock in
Dear MEL, I have two questions. I am employed by a small company (employing approximately 30 people) and they have recently enacted a new late policy. The policy is as follows; If an employee is one m... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

retaliation
I was recently fired for a few violations, one being retaliation. My question is, in order to have retaliation, do you have to have an act, or is making a comment such as "what comes around, goes arou... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

i do not want meal time
according to what i have been reading us government does not require lunch breaks.......i have been working in an office for 3 years 8 hrs per day and work thru lunch at my desk.....the want me to pun... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Exempt Salary Manager that worked 21 paid days, yet employer only paid for 18 and refuses to pay out
I am a salary exempt manager for a food service company. The month of August was a 21 day pay month (meaning I would need to work a minimum of 21 days to receive my salary. I am new to the company and... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Fired with no reason and given negative employment reference.
My husband was a maintenance person for a large rental property. About a month ago, out of the blue, he was called to the rental office, where he was greeted by an attorney and given a "Notice of Term... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Can an employer not pay me for partial hours worked when I need to stay late due to my relief help being late?
I work until 11, my relief helper gets there at 11:07. Should I be paid for those 7 minutes I stay extra? applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Appplebee's health problem
While working at Applebee's as a manager I began developing health problems with my pancreas, and high triglycerides. Doctor said I was eatig food with too much fat. The reason I was eating this fatty... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

My last scheduled day was November 5th, I entitled to the Final Wages payout law?
I put in my resignation letter with the final date of November 12th. My manager let me know that they do not need me the last week, so my last scheduled day is November 5th. Am I supposed to be paid i... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Wrongful termination due to appropriate use of computer
My employer set up computers at my jobsite for billing. Staff at the jobsite share the same computer. When the system was set up, I asked my supervisor what would happen if someone used it inappropria... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

What are my rights when working with a disabled co-worker?
A co-worker is "claiming" disability and is often out of the office and I have to do her work. I work for a large company and I'm sure they're afraid she will sue for discrimination thru ADA. I don't ... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Company pre-paid monthly per diem expense & wants repayment for time not used
I have been working out of town on a project for 10 months and am paid my regular wage as well as a 5-day/week per diem rate amount decided by my employer. My per diem was paid monthly before the firs... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Should I have received a W-2 and reimbursement of FICA and Medicare taxes?
I was laid off in 2010 by my employer and was initially denied unemployment benefits because I had been classified as an independent contractor (without my knowledge). On appeal the ALJ found in my fa... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

CAN MY PAY BE CHANGED FROM SALARY TO HOURLY FOR NO REASON
My boss has been upset with me for a couple of months basically doing anything he can to get under my skin. He knows that I am the only one in the family working so I took on a part time job which in ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Training count as hours worked?
I am an hourly factory employee. My employer is forcing me to go school for further traiing on my days off or after normal work hours. I have 2 questions. 1.Do they have to pay my hourly rate for the ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

An employee is off due to a balance/vertigo type condition that makes him unable to drive or ride in a vehicle. He is an outside salesman and does not want to apply for FMLA but rather work from home. Short term, let's say a week I could agree, but this i
An employee is off due to a balance/vertigo type condition that makes him unable to drive or ride in a vehicle. He is an outside salesman and does not want to apply for FMLA but rather work from home.... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

Can an employer give away employee services, without compensating them?
If I am an personal trainer at a large gym and I get paid per client (at a rate individually decided by ourselves), can my employer give away training sessions without compensating me? My gym continua... applies to Florida  ·  1 answer

Several questions
My employer is under the impression that as long as she is paying you for your lunch period she can require you to work. Specifically she allows you enough time to eat a sandwich, but then expects you... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Can I withhold signing bonus from final two pay checks
We have an employee that has resgined. Per his offer letter, he would have to repay a prorated portion of his signing bonus in the event left the company. How much am I able to legally withhold from t... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

salary owed prior to termination
I have recently been laid off of work from the pest control industry and feel that I am owed more pay than they are agreeing to pay. I am a salaried employee and I was terminated 2 days into a new pay... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Salaried or not?
I am an RN who was hired to do the required government paper work in a long term care facility. I was hired at an hourly rate. After about a year and a half as an hourly employee, our company suddenly... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

Cutting hours after not taking salary offer
My wife has worked at this resturant for 5 yrs. She started out out at $5 hr. With in less than a year she was up to $9hr due to her hard work ethic. The resturant was sold and she was hired on at $10... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Has the statute of limitations run out?
I was with Wal-Mart retail for at least 3 years as an overnight Stocker. During that time I became stressed out from the way the manager's ran our crew. I was doing the scheduled task time for a somet... applies to California  ·  1 answer

large company demanding unpaid labor from employees; possible class action
I work for a large test-prep company teaching classes for high school students. I am paid as an hourly employee. I took an assignment to proctor an exam for four hours at $10/hr. After accepting the j... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

my employer hasnt paid me a raise in two years is this legal?
see above applies to California  ·  1 answer

Variable Comission without prior notice
Hi, I joined my company 3 yrs back with base pay at 15% comission..it was a fairly new company and i was the first sales person..also..office manager too. In span of 3 yrs, every year our revenue has ... applies to Texas  ·  1 answer

can an employee be forced to work a shift and be on call that same day
department not H.R is asking non exempt professionls to work 8 hours shift and be on call all night to return to the premises for the next 8 hour shift applies to New York  ·  1 answer

can employer deduct med ins payments twice in the same pay period?
I was recently terminated from employment on 10/20/15. I received my final pay on an Aline debt card for my hours worked on 10/18 thru 10/20. I was told the remainder of my pay (10/4-10/17) would be o... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Two week notice and repay relocation.
I gave my two weeks notice and was walked out of the job that day and not paid for the following two weeks. Since California is a At-Will state am i legally obligated to repay my relocation expense wh... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Female manager harassing another female manager, but not in a sexual way.
I have been in a situation for about a year where my female manager has been harassing me, a female manager, but not in a sexual way. She has wanted me out of my job and eventually out of the Company ... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I was hired by a company and have been employeed for 6 months. When I was hired I was under the assumption that it was permanent late on I find out that I must meet all metrics before being considered for certification the pressure for excellence is makin
Same as above applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Can an employee who is just picking up her check not in uniform and not on the time clock be confronted to talk to her boss on her own time, then have hours cut because the boss did not like the answer or way it went
I was picking up my paycheck on Friday Oct. 23rd. My co worker said the boss wanted to see me, she (my boss) then attempted to discipline me for something someone said I did (someone being a co worker... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Concialiation in a discrimination case
Hi, I recentely received a "reasonable cause letter" from the EEOC, the agency found that it is more likely than not that my employer discriminated and retaliated against me, it states the reasons for... applies to Arizona  ·  1 answer

Do I have a case?
I worked for a company in Staten Island from 2002-2005 and was treated unfairly. The employer, knowingly, treated me as an independent contractor from the start to avoid in paying necessary taxes and ... applies to New York  ·  1 answer

Worried to be terminated I used racial harassment instead of racial discrimination.
I was a contract worker for Medical manufacturing company for 6 months. I filed a discrimination case against the company through EEOC. The Medical Company denies my allegations and denies that I was ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

my employer owes me for expenses and my consulting fees that are 2 years old can i still recover them
i was first of all release from a company because i was attacked in a home invasion and was not in contact because in hospital. from that home invasion life fall apart. and became homeless as well as ... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Which states laws to follow for resignation from an out of state employer?
I worked in California for a company based in New York. I recently gave notice (2 weeks) and served out that time. They did not hand over my final check at that time, and have still not paid out wages... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Company missed payroll.
What can I do to collect wages owed to me? Last week the President of our firm, in a conference call two days before pay day, told all salaried employees of our firm that he was not going to pay us fo... applies to Ohio  ·  1 answer

I most recently submitted my expenses as well as my consulting fees to my ex employer my ex employer responded back by telling me that it is company policy that I only have three months to submit any expense reimbursement and consulting fees, because my e
The reason for me not submitting my expenses were my life had changed as I slipped into a very very deep deep depression I was under Dr. care and just simply getting out of bed was a chore I was not f... applies to California  ·  1 answer

Typical Length of Time at one client
I have a quick question regarding the testing for independent contractor v. Employee Status. I have reviewed the IRS 20-factor test for determining if an individual can be an independent contractor. A... applies to California  ·  2 answers

can an employer take money out of my paycheck because a credit card declined at the bank?
can an employer take money out of my paycheck because a credit card declined at the bank? I work as a front desk clerk on a 10-99 contract, and I recently was told im getting up to 300$ taken out of m... applies to California  ·  1 answer

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