I feel like at times, I can't even take PTO because it adds more stress after I get back....anyone else?
Does anyone else ever struggle with deciding whether or not to go into work if you are only dealing with only a small cold? I'm all about not getting everyone at work sick but I was raised by a family where you went to work unless you couldn't get out of bed. My parents owned a restaurant so there was no such thing as sick leave for them
You may not be a huge fan of Microsoft but I came across something cool this week. I learned that not only do they offer 12 weeks of paid parental leave to all new parents and 20 for birth mothers, they started requiring last year that all of its suppliers offer 12 weeks of paid parental leave, as well!
I think it's really cool that a company in a position of power use it not only to help their own workers but also all the workers they can impact! Too many companies today do a lot for their own but turn a blind eye to all their partners' practices...
Do you know of more companies that are pushing for change where they can? I think we should do more to promote them here and elsewhere!
My boss asked me to meet with his HR advisor for a "discussion" the day before I was supposed to return to work from FMLA leave. During our meeting, the HR Advisor let me know that my boss has asked him to let me know that he would like me to submit a voluntary resignationas I had missed too much work (2 weeks). He felt that a voluntary resignation would help us "part ways on good terms".
I was caught by surprise of his request because he has given me several promotions during my tenure there and was always satisfied with my work performance. I am feeling uncertain on how I should handle this. Any advice?
Thank you in advance!
So i was terminated from my position as shift manager at the local fast food here for a simple mistake and have tons of questions what to do. In the handbook it says that if a manager makes a mistake then they could be put on a probatiin period to help them with goals to help them succeed but i was not offered that. Plus before being terminated i was entitled to 5 days vacation pay but now they are stating that since i was terminated i am no longer entitled to that although i worked the full year for that vacation pay and now their not trying to give it to me and when i ask where in the handbook it stated this all they say is that it does not state it and its up to the owners discretion so what are handbooks for if they dont put these things in their???
Okay so here is what I have. I recently resigned from my job yesterday. The policy for our PTO being paid out to employees after they resign is 90 days after you start, then you have to work until the first of the following month which would have been March 1st. But here is the problem, I was misinformed by HR that our policy is only just 90 days after your start date. So I resigned thinking I would get my PTO but they won’t take accountability for it. They have the phone call recorded and still won’t honor my PTO. What can or should I do moving forward with this issue?
I sent a demand letter certified to HR and a few others demanding payment for those hours since i was out sick before termination. Well i received response from HR stating i have to sign a document before they can pay. Does anyone out think or might know what this document may be.