How do you file a grievance against a former employer in NY?
Not enough information to answer. What kind of 'grievance?' For WHAT? What is it you are seeking?
Only if the are named as a filing partyin the grievance process. Generally contract language only states that the union or a bargaining unit member may file a grievance.
The Better Business Bureau i think
If an employee worked 30 days without a day off and worked more that 100 hours in one week is this grounds to file a grievance against the company?
It depends upon your employment agreement (or labor contract) with the employer as to whether you can file a 'grievance' or not, but it sure sounds like a violation of the state and federal labor laws.
File a complaint with who and for what? A former employer can be sued. If they signed documents when they came to work for an employer and later violated the agreements be they secrecy agreements or whatever then violated the agreements of course they can be held liable in civil court for these violations.
How do you file a lawsuit against a former employer for wrongful termination without hiring an attorney?
Well it sucks but there is only one "at cause state" and is Montana. Every other state in this country is an "at will state", meaning that an employer/employee have the will to work policy, at any given time they can terminate with/without a reason, although they don't have to have a reason file unemployement and see what reason they give them and from there an investigation will be done, but if you feel you… Read More
An employee can always file a grievance after declining union representation. An employee can file a grievance after declining union representation.
Can I file a lawsuit against my employer if and when my employer keeps telling me I'm going to get fired over and over yet they don't do it?
You can file a civil lawsuit against your employer if the employer keeps threatening to fire you for harassment, and the burden of proof will be upon him to prove otherwise.
Write a letter to, or directly contact , their immediate supervisor at the agency they work for.
If an employer discriminates against you, it is important to take notes that include the time, incident and location that the incident occurred. Where you file your complaint will depend on the type of law that your employer violated.
Start by making a complaint against their employer. If you want to file a complaint with the state you would complain to the State Board of Pharmacy.
Sure. Thousands do. But if the employer had fewer than 15 employees, it will properly ignore your charge.
A "grievance" is a formal equivalent of a "complaint". "If you feel you are having problems in the workplace, you're more than permitted to file a grievance."
Generally, no. Collective bargaining agreements (CBAs) between unions and employers address matters of wages/benefits, hours, and working conditions. A grievance process drafted into the CBA will empower a union member to challenge an employer's action, claiming it violates the CBA. Grievances align the union against the employer, not against other union members. Many states have structured, however, some manner of 'employment relations commission.' These state agencies field complaints filed by union members, claiming that their… Read More
In Canada you have the right to go to the former employer and ask to see your employee file and they have to accommodate the ex employee. However, what is in your file and what the former employer says behind your back are two different things. I always get a Letter of Recommendation from former employers because it covers your back. If they say anything else they would look like a complete fool because you… Read More
While you can file verbal harassment charges against your employer, most people in the United States end up losing these cases before they ever come to a jury trial. Laws vary around the world.
Mistreated at work and then summarily fired for complaining about it, she certainly has every right to file a grievance.
Is there a limit on the amount of time I have to file a lawsuite against a copyright infrenger and if so are threre any acceptions to the rule?
Is it legal for an employer to fire someone for theft when there is absolutely no proof that they took anything?
No. It is a misconception that an employer cannot terminate an employee without specific reason. The employee may have grounds to file suit against an employer if it can be proven that he or she were discriminated against under the EEOC laws and regulations.
You can call or write the internal revenue service and file a complaint against your employer. You can also go to the HR department and ask them for your W2.
It is illegal to record someone without their permission, so allegations can be made against the employer in a legal court and if witnesses can stand forward then the judicial system will take it from there, but other than that nothing can be done against the employer. As for the claim, it is illegal for a claim to be used as a reason for firing a person, and legal action can be taken if the… Read More
Just take them to small claims court and be ready to prove your case.
Is it legal for an employer to refuse to return to to you your personal property after he terminates your employment and if not can you file theft charges against him in Texas?
Its personal property its nothing the law can do you can take him to small claim court to get your stuff back. No you can't file theft charges against him
Is an employ required to file only an annual tax report on an employer?
If you file a lawsuit against your company eg for discrimination does the next future employer hear about it Will it be in a reference or records that they are allowed to release?
Answer NO! a lawsuit is a filing in court and employers are STRICTLY forbidden from discussing an ongoing court action; furthermore the ONLY information a former employer may release to a prospective future employer is simply the dates you were employed with them, and whether or not you are eligible for re-hire. if they release ANY information beyond that, it is cause for further action; however, if you work in an "at-will state" that is… Read More
Link in the related links section.
A lien against bank owned property would not be effective unless the lien was against the bank. If you have a lien against the former owner your opportunity to try to enforce it has passed.
Actually, you cannot file for unemployment if you were terminated--you are only eligible if you were terminated without cause. Even so, some jobs may not be eligible for unemployment benefits. The easiest way to find out would be to ask your former employer.
According to the Florida Bar Journal, you have one year to file a complaint against an alleged employer violation. This is under the Florida civil rights act.
Is it illegal for an employer to not pay their employee on the specified payday if the employee has earned a paycheck?
yes , it is illegal to not pay you... you need to file a civil case against your employer and try to sue them for more than what you made , to make it worth the hassel.
Yes. Contact the school district's administration office for assistance. We have contacted the superintendant and almost 4 weeks after i left statement we get a call only to be informed that they will be on the campus and will discuss issues with teacher
I would suggest filing a Grievance with the WSBA, but unfortunately, all the lawyer has to do is claim it is over a 'fee dispute' or something like that, and they basically won't even read your entire complaint...just dismiss it.
You do not own your employment file. Employees are allowed to see personal files which contain information relating to their censure or dismissal. Contact your union representative (if any) an attorney or the local legal aid society for assistance.
If your employer agreed to reimburse you for legitimate expenses and is refusing to, one option would be to threaten to file a civil lawsuit against them to force them to pay. However, the negative aspect to doing so is that the employer may terminate your employment unless you have a employment contract.
If your former employer is holding your personal property (i.e.: tools), and by their actions have given clear indication that they do not intend to return them to their rightful owner, then they have 'taken property without right' which is the definition of THEFT. Try to communicate to them that although you wish to recover your personal property with as little fuss as possible, let them know that if they don't return them, you will… Read More
NO ..... against the law! What state do you live inn and what company do you work for ? You should file a complain at OSHA
5 years ago you took money from your employer no charges were filed against you as long as the money was paid back you paid the amount in full have receipts can they file charges against you now and y?
Most states have a Statute Of Limitations during which charges can be filed against someone for certain types of crimes. Example, in Maryland you have a year and a day to bring or file charges against someone.
I've been practicing law since 1993 and I cannot imagine any circumstances where you could file a motion to compel against your attorney. If your attorney has failed to act or do something on your case, then it is probably time to get a new a attorney. If your former attorney fails to do something like return your file to you, then perhaps it may be necessary to have your new attorney file a motion… Read More
If you're in the Long Island area, you can file for a property tax grievance with the Heller & Clausen Grievance Group at GrieveOurTaxes.com. It only takes a few minutes and you can apply directly online.
Is there a templet to file a non union non manage grievance
What recourse do you have against a bankruptcy lawyer if he did not act when a motion for relief from stay was filed?
The best bet is to start by talking to your attorney. (S)he may have a valid reason. If the reason is useless, then I would start by finding another attorney. File a grievance w/ the local bar and possibly file suit against the first attorney. BEFORE you do any of that though, you should probably talk to another attorney about filing a Motion to Reinstate Stay.
If you are in need of verifying an applicant's employment, you should send a letter to their current or former employer. The letter should request information you need to complete the applicant's file, such as dates of employment and job title.
Can a grievance be filed when you have been doing the job for 7 years then the employer demotes you?
You can always file a grievance. Contact your company's HR department to find out how and what their policies are. Whether it will do anything depends on company policy, the current economic situation of the company, and the stated reason for demoting you. Legally, you probably don't have a claim for a demotion, unless you can prove that it was the result of denying your boss's sexual advances or due to your race/religion/ethnicity. Additional: By… Read More
You have the right to file for unemployment, but if you receive a severance package from your employer you may be violating the terms of your severance package by filing for unemployment.
You have to sue them in small claims and do most of it online. Check fees on your courts homepage. If you win you get a judgement and then can file a lien if they don't pay. If they owe you more than filing fee, file. If they can';t prove they paid wages you can prove you earned, you have it in the bag.
Yes you can file
You can file a claim with the department of Labor (which is a good idea because you may not be the only person with this problem) and you could also take them to small claims courts. I am assuming you have already approached your former employer directly about the issue and sometimes the threat of legal action will be enough to inspire them to pay you what you are owed!
If you have an employer then you ARE employed and therefore if you were to file for unemployment YOU would be committing fraud.
What if your former lawyer has been hired by your mother in a protection from abuse case the lawyer is now using information against you?
This could well be a conflict of interest. Your (current) lawyer can file a complaint.
An attorney can file suit against a former client on his own behalf or on the behalf of other clients. There are ethical restrictions on using privileged information from a prior representation, and violations of these rules are severely dealt with. This usually deters lawyers from opposing former clients except in cases of non-payment or criminal activity.
Probably, but you should check with the policies and procedures that are in place. One problem is that the employer will place the write-up in your file with an indication that you refused to sign. Another option will be to write a response to the employer, and ask to have your response placed in your file as well. Your employer will probably be ok honoring your request.