• I just got terminated while on probation. What can I do?

    I just got terminated a few weeks before my termination period ended. I was told that I wasn't a right fit for the company so they decided to terminated me, only thing is that none of the managers told me anything about it. I just assumed that they didnt any hours for me so I called my store manager to ask and... show more
    I just got terminated a few weeks before my termination period ended. I was told that I wasn't a right fit for the company so they decided to terminated me, only thing is that none of the managers told me anything about it. I just assumed that they didnt any hours for me so I called my store manager to ask and he told me they decided to let me go except he thought they sat down and talked to me. Am I supposed to sign a paper of my termination? Or do I get a severance package of some sort? I am also a member of a Union which the company is part of, can they do anything?
    10 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Is it illegal to lie about your age to get a job?

    I'm 15, and I need a way to get money. I know it's legal for me to work on the weekends, I just can't find any company who will hire 15 year olds. Is it illegal to lie about your age on a job application?
    I'm 15, and I need a way to get money. I know it's legal for me to work on the weekends, I just can't find any company who will hire 15 year olds. Is it illegal to lie about your age on a job application?
    24 answers · 1 day ago
  • How do you crack open a cold beer without your wife hearing it?

    I keep getting busted :(
    I keep getting busted :(
    38 answers · 3 days ago
  • Does an employer have to pay for a reasonable transportation accommodation if I can't drive for a contract position?

    Best answer: No, they do not. Even with a disability, an employer is only required to make "reasonable accommodation." Paying for you to take a Lyft every day doesn't fall into that category. It is possible that a company would choose to do that, but they are not required to do it. When an employee interviews... show more
    Best answer: No, they do not. Even with a disability, an employer is only required to make "reasonable accommodation." Paying for you to take a Lyft every day doesn't fall into that category.

    It is possible that a company would choose to do that, but they are not required to do it. When an employee interviews for a job, it is their responsibility to inform the employer of any conditions that would prevent the employee from doing their job. If you did not do that, you probably need to call the company's HR department and let them know ASAP.

    Expect to dish out the cash for transportation.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I sue a company forgiving me this false information?

    Im currently in my first job and they are giving me nothing but hate for the absences I have had for being sick. I was told from the beginning to bring doctors notes in and I would be find but all of a sudden they pull me in for a meeting to tell me my doctors notes didnt mean anything. They said that I need to... show more
    Im currently in my first job and they are giving me nothing but hate for the absences I have had for being sick. I was told from the beginning to bring doctors notes in and I would be find but all of a sudden they pull me in for a meeting to tell me my doctors notes didnt mean anything. They said that I need to come into work more and they said the company dosnt give a **** if im sick. They told me to stay home if im sick right after that, and when I do as im told they threaten to write me up. What am I sopost to do? Im literally doing what these people are telling me to do with this and they continueally get angry. I asked a union worker why I was told to bring a doctors note in in the first place and he was doing nothing but making up excuses for the company. I feel so outnumbered every time they call me into a meeting for this, and they basigally want me to come in sick even though theres a risk of me getting other employees sick. I dont know what else to do, and I know they are going to call me in for another meeting if I call out for being sick, as they told me to do. The union worker told me the only way to "save" my job is by asking for an unpaid disability notice from my doctor, but I think thats rediculous.
    16 answers · 1 day ago
  • What would happen in court?

    I am the mother of a 5 month old baby girl and the father of the child hasnt been around until she was born. I have taken care of her for about 2 month on my own so he could do a DNA test. When the results came back positive he began to get her on the weekends. Now she id 5 months old and hes talking about 50/50. I... show more
    I am the mother of a 5 month old baby girl and the father of the child hasnt been around until she was born. I have taken care of her for about 2 month on my own so he could do a DNA test. When the results came back positive he began to get her on the weekends. Now she id 5 months old and hes talking about 50/50. I dont like the idea but hes very persistent on the subject. If we go to court will they make a 50/50 case? Or will I keep my primary state over her?
    11 answers · 9 hours ago
  • I was fired for being gay. Is that legal?

    2 weeks ago I started work with a construction company. The owner is Christian and everyone at his company was hired through his church, except me. My coworkers were trying to get to know me so they asked if I'm in a relationship. I said yes, I'm married to a guy. No one seemed to care or even seemed... show more
    2 weeks ago I started work with a construction company. The owner is Christian and everyone at his company was hired through his church, except me. My coworkers were trying to get to know me so they asked if I'm in a relationship. I said yes, I'm married to a guy. No one seemed to care or even seemed surprised. The day went on as normal. End of the week I was fired because they ran out of work for me which was bsolutely a lie. We were extremely busy. Everything went well up until I came out as being gay. Is that legal?
    11 answers · 10 hours ago
  • Can I press charges against someone who asked me for my phone number?

    I feel like he was hitting on me and I did NOT give consent for that.
    I feel like he was hitting on me and I did NOT give consent for that.
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are federal investigators in the Trump/Russian conspiracy, supposed to overlook other crimes that turn up?

    involving other players
    involving other players
    10 answers · 23 hours ago
  • If an attorney is a trustee of someone else's money, can they borrow money from that account?

    Attorney named as trustee 'borrows' money out of account trusted to them - is that legal?
    Attorney named as trustee 'borrows' money out of account trusted to them - is that legal?
    14 answers · 1 day ago
  • In a will, I know you list your house, bank account, stocks and other financial things. But, what about your car, clothes, furniture, etc?

    I know you list your money, house and things like that in your will. But, I also have a car, clothes, furniture, guns and an expensive Telescope along with other things that are not realestate or money. Should I include those things in my will? I tried to Google this and I cannot find a single website that mentions... show more
    I know you list your money, house and things like that in your will. But, I also have a car, clothes, furniture, guns and an expensive Telescope along with other things that are not realestate or money. Should I include those things in my will? I tried to Google this and I cannot find a single website that mentions things that are not realestate or money. I know that if both executor and coexecutor happen to die and I die soon after they do and I didn't update my will, everything would legally go to my parents. That's according to sites I found on Google. However, what if my parents were to die as well? Or, in my case, I plan to put my mom and dad down as executor and coexecutor. What if I buy something new and don't add it to my will? What happens to that if I die? What should I do if I were to move to a different state than the one in which I wrote my will?
    15 answers · 2 days ago