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Asked by User from Long Island City, NY | Answered 246 days ago

My employer is asking me to sign documents stating I worked less than I actually did. Is this legal?

Answered by Eric J Gottfried Esq | New York, NY | View Lawyer Profile

My employer is asking me to sign documents stating I worked less than I actually did. Is this legal? I work as a salesman, where we have a base pay of $150 a week, the rest is commission. Most days, I am asked by my employer to work from open to close (9-12 hours a day x 6 days a week). I am at work for 60+ hours a week. However,... View Full Answer

Asked by User from Joliet, IL | Answered 610 days ago

Is it legal to change a title and lower the pay to a position that has always paid more?

Answered by Frank A. Natoli Esq. | New York, NY | View Lawyer Profile

I took a position in my company a little over a year ago for around $32,000 a year (hourly not salary), i recently found out that the lady who was in that position before me started out at $52,000 a year and the lady who occupied that position before her started out at $52,000 as well. the only thing that seemed to change when it was... View Full Answer

Asked by User from Olanta, SC | Answered 614 days ago

Unemployment

Answered by Frank A. Natoli Esq. | New York, NY | View Lawyer Profile

. I HAVE WORKED 24 HOURS TO 40 HOURS PER WEEK BEFORE COMING UNEMPLOYED, CAB i DRAW UNEMPLOYMENT AND HOW MUCH? ALL SO HOW MUCH CAN i DRAW AND FOR HOW LONGHow many hours per week do you have to work before coming unemployed to draw unemployment in sc

Asked by User from Easton, PA | Answered 615 days ago

What is my recourse?

Answered by Frank A. Natoli Esq. | New York, NY | View Lawyer Profile

Just caught my boss going through my cell phone and messages, I am horrified! do I have any recourse? Am I eligable for unemployment until I find a new job? I live in pennsylvania and work in a small shop (5 employees). There are 2 business owners, it was one of them that I caught. Apparently the other one was aware of it. Please help!

Asked by User from Maple Heights, OH | Answered 617 days ago

Personal Info about employee

Answered by Frank A. Natoli Esq. | New York, NY | View Lawyer Profile

I was fired from a job a few weeks ago. Does the manager of that store have the right to tell other managers in other stores why I got fired? I worked for a chain restaurant, i do also know that when I was a manager for them; I never acted on it, but I do know that they are a very biast, sexist, and racist company to work for.

Asked by User from Salem, MA | Answered 622 days ago

Termination agreement from employment with Aramark

Answered by Frank A. Natoli Esq. | New York, NY | View Lawyer Profile

I have a 8 page termination agreement that my former employer wants me to sign for 4 weeks pay, I am not sure what it is that iam giving up if i sign it, there are certain clams not affected by general release

Asked by User from Memphis, TN | Answered 623 days ago

Wrongfully fired

Answered by Frank A. Natoli Esq. | New York, NY | View Lawyer Profile

I was working at this job for about a week, after a week of working the manager goes to my old job and ask for the manager. They have a hour long talk about me. The next day I was pulled aside n was told she had to let me go. What do I need to do?

Asked by User from Atlanta, GA | Answered 632 days ago

Employer put out a memo that the only way you can call off from work is this it is court related or you are in the hospital

Answered by Glen Edward Ashman   Premium | East Point, GA | View Lawyer Profile

Employer put out a memo that the only way you can call off from work is if you're in the hospital or is court related. is this legal? I have work for this company for over year, have had Sundays off for over a year. anew manager has come in and decided to change my schedule without even asking me, she didn't new hire a friend of hers... View Full Answer

Asked by User from Detroit, MI | Answered 634 days ago

How do you go about getting paid from an employer

Answered by Frank A. Natoli Esq. | New York, NY | View Lawyer Profile

I started a job and realize after working a little over 2 weeks, I worked 12 hr shifts and found out through co- workers that it's hard to get your money and a lot of the employees received their checks and there was no funds in the bank

Asked by User from Milford, OH | Answered 637 days ago

What recourse do I have in Ohio, employed by a 501c6 association with 2 employees, cocerning a hostile work envirmonet and harassment?

Answered by Frank A. Natoli Esq. | New York, NY | View Lawyer Profile

I have been screamed at, called names in board meeting (plenty of witnesses), the board has stated during the last 3 months that they have no oroblem with my job performance however a man did state he was running for President so he can 'straighten me out'. During last week's meeting it was stated they thought I was using funds to... View Full Answer

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