Would love to hear from Jobcasers across the country if they feel their employers are not following the rules?
One restaurant chain just paid out more than $2M for child labor violations in MA because 16 and 17 year olds were working past midnight or more than 48 hours in a week. The violations were caused in part by supervisors and young employees not being aware of the law. Below is a great site to check out for your local laws - https://www.youthrules.gov/law-library/state-laws/index.htm
Anyone have a story to share? Love to understand how frequently this happens?
On last week I quit my job for more money. But this week I had to go back to work at that same job. This really says to me "BE FAITHFUL FOR THE FEW THINGS" AND GOD WILL MAKE YOU RULER OVER MANY.... I'M LOOKING FOR THAT MANY. AMEN
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???
So I just started a job. This past Tuesday. But do to one day having good poising and the next day having a personal emergency. The job site I was working call and canceled all temps that called in that day. And I have still yet to be paid. For the day I did work. I want to know is this legal. To lay me off since I did call in both times with the issues I stated? #unemployment
I had a choice to work 8 hrs or 12 hrs. Of course I worked 12 hrs.