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    I agree with the other posters that you can be...

    I agree with the other posters that you can be written up for being 5 minutes late each day. It is done in my company.

    If I am reading your last sentence, your boss was terminated within the...
  2. Do you have a question for us?

    Do you have a question for us?
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    Requiring an employee to work off the clock is...

    Requiring an employee to work off the clock is illegal under the FLSA which is a federal law. The link below has a lot of information about worked hours. The key is that you are working, not whether...
  4. What are you looking for your company to do for...

    What are you looking for your company to do for you? You have now been accommodated.
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    I suggest you read through the attached link. The...

    I suggest you read through the attached link. The government has a lot of information about exempt status. At the end is a link for more information.
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  6. Have you actually been to a doctor and diagnosed...

    Have you actually been to a doctor and diagnosed with a condition? A company should start an interaction process with you when you request it. However the first step on your side is to have a...
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    Do you have the authority to hire and fire or at...

    Do you have the authority to hire and fire or at least have input into those decisions? That is a key part of the executive exemption. To be exempt you must meet all the qualifications of that...
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    I handle payroll and would have done the same...

    I handle payroll and would have done the same thing. It would be gross wages.
  9. Daniel's posts remind me of the spam posts. Lots...

    Daniel's posts remind me of the spam posts. Lots of words that are strung together randomly. You just can't make sense of the posts.
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    This isn't the type of question you should ask on...

    This isn't the type of question you should ask on a public board. If the answers are wrong, you are in a lot of trouble. Better to ask the public defender who knows all the details of your case.
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    The employer could refuse to pay if the employer...

    The employer could refuse to pay if the employer doesn't think the time was worked though. So if a tutor is supposed to be in the library at 10am but is seen by the manager across campus at that...
  12. I wouldn't be surprised if a section of the lease...

    I wouldn't be surprised if a section of the lease the company signed spells out parking lot details. So a company could be in violation of their lease if the employee's parking habits don't change.
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    Why not contact the business first? It could have...

    Why not contact the business first? It could have been a simple mistake and they may be willing to reimburse you the bounced check fee along with wages.
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    I don't think the EEOC or a state judge can...

    I don't think the EEOC or a state judge can override the Patriot Act. Did the EEOC actually use the word "illegal question"?
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    CJ, what did you allege was done wrong when you...

    CJ, what did you allege was done wrong when you filed with the EEOC? The charges I have seen usually have a box checked off as how you feel the law was violated.

    I am with cbg that there isn't a...
  16. Which do you think was wrong, not calling you as...

    Which do you think was wrong, not calling you as asked or being taken to the station? When were you notified?

    So it seems more like a public intoxication charge rather than a DUI (which is much...
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    My company just implemented arbitration...

    My company just implemented arbitration agreements. We are not in CA but are in several different states. While an employee may file a complaint with the EEOC, if a right to sue letter is given, the...
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    I had death of an employee whose girlfriend was...

    I had death of an employee whose girlfriend was also an employee. As the cherry on the top, his death was witnessed by 2 other employees (moto cross race).
  19. You need to read your lease. Do you have actual...

    You need to read your lease. Do you have actual proof of when the new tenant moved in? It is possible that you are wrong and the landlord will provide the new tenant's lease to the court with a...
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    I hope those board members experience some of the...

    I hope those board members experience some of the behavior they are condoning. I hope the board members don't injure themselves when bending over backwards in these cases to rule for the employees.
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  21. You have to look at every aspect, not just their...

    You have to look at every aspect, not just their gender. Maybe the men were more qualified than the woman. Unless you have access to personnel files and applications, you are only speculating on why...
  22. I have seen at contract renewal language stating...

    I have seen at contract renewal language stating that both sides agree not to hire employees of the other side for x amount of time.

    In the car business, I have seen gentleman agreements between...
  23. Nothing in labor law prevents this. Depending on...

    Nothing in labor law prevents this. Depending on how much time is spent on business, you could look into the IRS regulations about deducting a business expense that is not reimbursed by the company.
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    If you worked for him for 3 years prior to there...

    If you worked for him for 3 years prior to there being any problem, that might work against you as a gender claim.

    Refusing to follow your boss' advice on terming an employee isn't protected...
  25. Legally a company is only required to pay you for...

    Legally a company is only required to pay you for the time you actually work. You can apply for unemployment to bridge the gap between when you left and the end of your notice.
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