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The employer is refusing to pay the full salary

I did some freelance work for one India based organization. There is one contract signed by me accepting all their terms and conditions (it was printed on a plain A4 sheet of paper). From start till ...
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UK Employment law: differences between furloughed, laid off, and redundant

In UK employment law what are the differences between being furloughed, laid off, and made redundant?
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Can I sue my employer if they terminate my employment while I'm laid off during the Coronavirus outbreak?

I am currently laid off from my job due to the Coronavirus outbreak. My employer informed my coworkers and I in a group meeting on the day before the lay-off that we would all be brought back to work ...
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Can a worker capable of performing job functions from home be terminated for avoiding office due to COVID–19?

There's a popular thread on Twitter in light of COVID–19 that brings attention to all the workplaces where people could work from home (due to being tech/knowledge workers), but, for one reason or ...
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Long notice period when in employment a short amount of time in UK

I am in full term employment in the UK. My notice period set out in my contract is 3 months. There is no probation period (I know this is unusual). I have only been working for 10 weeks and have ...
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How can I effectively report this?

I am in the final round of a set of job interviews with a tech contracting company out of Atlanta. I passed the initial technical screening and the very easy coding interview for a machine learning ...
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Voluntary redundancy

When you are offered voluntary redundancy, do they have to tell you who else have been made offers to as well? Or can they do it on targeted basis? Does this depend on the number of affected ...
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Is it legal to retaliate against an employee who answered falsely when asked an illegal question?

Oftentimes due to public policy considerations or for a multitude of other reasons employers can not ask particular questions during an interview or just in general in the workplace. Suppose that an ...
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Is firing for unionizing legal? (The Office, S2E15)

In Season 2, Episode 15 ("Boys and Girls") of The Office (U.S. series), the warehouse workers in the Pennsylvania branch of the New York-based company begin deciding to unionize. Vice President of ...
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Can you be required to have a written contract by California?

I was reading the list of the 12 conditions necessary to qualify under as a Business Service Provider (BSP) in California over at https://insight.ieeeusa.org/articles/california-bill-ab-5-threatens-...
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Advertise how many employees you have on a low budget

Say (in order to seem like a more established company) someone wants to advertise "We have over 100+ employees!".(but wants to avoid false advertising!) But the company has a budget of only $1000 a ...
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Secretly recording job applications to incite the manager into EEOC violation [closed]

I am planning to start targeting small businesses owned by veterans, and apply for jobs while wearing a hidden recorder. I plan to bait them by stating during my request to apply for a job, "...
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Does VII help employers oppress workers, or are there other laws that compensate?

I am wondering whether an employer can hire two people under the same job title and pay but deny them equal working conditions. For instance, it is common practice for Walmart to hire customer ...
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Is it lawful for my old company to buy back all my shares today but pay me over the course of several years?

Brief context is that I quit a startup with some vested shares (not options) that I have already paid taxes for. Their attorney is arguing that the shareholder's agreement allows them to buy back all ...
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Can i sue my job employer for false promises?

My employer at Pizza Hut in Huntsville, Alabama promoted me to shift leader where I ran and closed a store for 5-4 months expecting to be paid $10 per hour and was told I would be getting paid for ...
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How does Texas law determine what business owner is misclassifying?

I just happen to be reading this article, and as an independent business owner it upsets me how the media paints business owners who have independent contractors as "misclassifying" their employees. ...
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What is the right daily rate for annual leave in the UK when unspecified in employment contract?

tl;dr I had an amount of annual leave at the end of my contract and I want to determine the daily rate for payment in lieu of the untaken days of annual leave. My employer initially paid half the ...
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What an employer can legally ask to monitor about user activity

I work for a Belgian company as systems engineer, and I'm asked by the HR department to give them logs of a specific user's activity. This is about a concern they have when it comes to this user's ...
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Employer gained access to bank account

May an employee's personal bank give access to an employee's account balances upon an employer's request?
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Is it duress if you feel you are forced to sign a contract by an employer?

When I was promoted, I was given a significant sign-on bonus, but was made to sign a document that said if I left within 12 months, I would have to pay back the gross amount in around two weeks. I ...
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Can an employer require employees to cash a check?

In Arizona, United States, can an employer require an employee to cash a check? This might be useful, as if an employer writes a check for labor/services rendered, the employer has an unfulfilled ...
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Is it legal to advertise private paid labor over academic email?

Is it legal for a public university employee to advertise private paid labor over an academic email sent to other university employees? Would this issue be university-specific, in the US, or is there ...
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Wag! Terms of Service

Wag! is an app for dog sitting services. According to their terms, once you get acquainted with a pet care provider through Wag! platform, you cannot obtain for life pet care services from the dog ...
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Can a severance package be negotiated? [closed]

If a University is laying off many people from a department. They will receive one, or two months of pay, and a lump sum for a number of employment years. Would the members of this department have ...