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Eric Fleck
over 3 years ago
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How does the pay work?

What should I do if my boss refuses to pay me OT? I asked my boss about the new overtime law yesterday and he said he doesn’t know anything about that. I work for a small company so the only other person I can ask is the owner but he’s never around. Do employers have certain amount of time to pay employee OT under the new laws? How does that work?

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Deborah Hyman
over 3 years ago
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Disgusted!

I have been at my current job since 2010! I started at $7.50 per hour, now up to $10.35! Since our company was merged with another company it has gone down hill! First they cut my hours and took away my health benefits! I had to go on medicaid! Now they have stopped giving breaks and lunches even though I work 8-9 hour shifts! I am 62 and being on my feet for that long without anything to drink is torture!!! I went to HR to complain, I was brought into managers office and basically reprimanded for calling, and as retaliation I was taken off my regular job at customer servce, which I love and waited 4 years to work up to! When I confronted my manager about this retaliation, she just said " Well I was very mad" I am collecting my social security, lost my medicaid, and need this job to survive!!!

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Caitlin Leonard
over 3 years ago
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What should I do?

I'm currently working at Paddington Station for $7.25/hour, no benefits from 11am-7pm with 2 year olds. I have a job offer with Marriott Hotels as a front desk receptionist for $10/hour, little benefits, wonderful company and more in my line of work. But I just started a week ago at Paddington station. What should I do?

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Veronica Jefferson
over 3 years ago
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Now Hiring Info: Carmax

Carmax is hiring! Apply here: https://jobs.carmax.com (in your location).

BENEFITS: The commitment to treat people right and do the right thing defines us at our very core. These values are demonstrated in many ways, including through the benefits we offer.

The following is a summary of CarMax benefits. For more information, see our Benefits website.

HEALTH BENEFITS:

  • Medical Plan
  • Dental Plan
  • Vision Plan

ADDITIONAL WELLNESS BENEFITS:

  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Tobacco Cessation Assistance Program
  • Weight Watchers® Program
  • On-Site Health Fairs
  • Expecting Mothers Program
  • Online Nutrition, Wellness and Financial Resources

PAID TIME OFF: To strike a balance between personal and work life, Associates are encouraged to take time for rest, relaxation, and personal needs. CarMax offers a variety of paid time off options, depending on status and needs, that include: Vacation, Sick Time, Personal Time, and Holidays.

DOMESTIC PARTNER BENEFITS: We care about the families of our Associates, whether they are traditional families or non-traditional. Our Domestic Partner Policy offers medical, dental, and vision coverage to domestic partners, regardless of gender, and their eligible children. Domestic partners are eligible for our Associate Discount Program, Relocation Assistance and Employee Assistance Program.

RETIREMENT & FINANCIAL PLANNING:

  • Retirement Savings Plan with company match
  • Discretionary Annual Retirement Contribution
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan

OTHER INSURANCE:

  • Life Insurance
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability (LTD)

SMART SAVINGS BENEFITS:

  • Health Care Flexible Spending Account
  • Day Care Savings Account
  • Adoption Assistance
  • Tuition Assistance Program
  • Associate Discount Policy
  • CarMax Rewards – Employee Discounts
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Tonya Brabdy
over 3 years ago
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Looking for a job

I'm 50 years old with blended of enjoyed to work to help my family my husband is disable and we really need the income and I need the adventures thank you.

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ayanna rogers-edwards
over 3 years ago
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Distributor

It was cool at first until they gave us mandatory overtime . Everybody was upset but was willing to discuss options . They made it seem like we were going to vote and then all of a sudden it was decided for us . It went fro 6 am -230 pm to 4:00 am-230pm. No extended lunch just a extra 10 mins break . Like what's that going to do for us.? We got treated like children . They kept yelling time on station which means because their asses were on the hot seat for falling behind on orders we couldn't barely even get water . It was close to a sweat shop . You have to bust your ass for months to even consider a pay increase . They play music all day but it's not decided by the workers . It's decided by the people who are supervisors who don't do anything but sit down . How is that fair ? You can't have your cell phone or you will get fired . I wouldn't suggest this job for anyone at all if you have real bills to pay

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Lakisha Wilson
over 3 years ago
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Frustrated

I am 38 years old. I graduated with my BS in Criminal Justice in 2012. I have applied for many related positions (probation/parole, case management), even a paid internship with ICE. Unfortunately, I have had no luck. Is it my age? How can I gain experience in a field that I have studied after working so hard to earn a degree? (P.S. I'm now in grad school majoring in public administration.)

I've worked for a nonprofit working with adults with disabilities for nearly 5 years now, and I have gained valuable case management experience through all my years there, but I need more...a higher salary, security, the ability to save and purchase a home.

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Maranda Harrison
over 3 years ago
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Serious candidate with experience

Hello, I am currently looking for any work at home opportunity that is legit. I am currently working at a company Monday through Friday 9 to 5 but there is a lot of down time. I would like a second income. Week days during slow time and weekends. I have a computer and smart phone. I am experienced in accounting work and data entry. I have 5 years of quickbooks experience. If anyone has any leads that would be great. Not looking for a large amount of pay. My family is in a struggle right now and I'm trying to do the best I can for us. I can do anything remote. Please anything legit nothing with "startup fees" as well as nothing as far as selling product. Please if anyone can help that would be highly appreciated! I have resume on hand if needed as well. Contact email is maranda.harrison100116@gmail.com. As I said yes I am currently working I am an office manager along with many other titles and responsibilities with a great company but there is a lot of down time for me and my position so my hours are open to log right into my laptop and go to work! My family and I would greatly greatly appreciate this blessing if anyone could help out.

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Omar Montes
over 3 years ago
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Legal or illegal?

I was at my job for about 2 months but in that short time I really impressed my Gm and during the holidays a lot of people did no call no shows and we're fired so my job was low on employees. My Gm asked if I would want to be a manager I said yes and he updated my restrictions in the system so that I had manager access for things such as the safe for shift changes and the cash drawer for shift changes or returns and things like that that only a manager could do and not a regular employee. I wasn't trained like most managers because of the short handed staff we had because of the holidays as I mentioned so I instantly had my own shift to run and had to learn as I went if I ran into something I couldn't do I had to call the help desk and try and figure it out with them. Anyway I learned quick and had no problems running my own shifts and got my gm out of a tuff spot and gave him time to hire new employees. But I was to keep my shifts and stay manager but hadn't received my raise. The minimum a manager makes was a dollar more then what I was making. My boss told me he had to get it approved threw corporate but that I would get my raise soon. Well I ran my own shifts as manager for 6 weeks before I told my boss what's going on with my raise. By then he had hired new employees and new managers and could get my shifts covered so he put me on a different shift where I was not the manager and told me it was just for a week or 2 till I get my raise and then I would get my own shifts again. He said he was doing it to be fair to me and so that I wouldn't have more responsibility on my shifts that I wasn't getting paid for and that once it got fixed I would even get back pay for the 6 weeks I worked as manager and didn't get paid as one. Well before I got my raise I was fired for calling and saying I was gonna be an hour late because my son was hurt at school during recess and had to pick him up. I just received my last check and it did not have my back pay for the 6 weeks I was a manager and did not get paid as one. Is that legal or is there something I can do about it?

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Pete Rhodes
over 3 years ago
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TT driver

What is the avg. yrly. income? ?

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