Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson answered Kendra Fisk's question

I think this would be worth a consultation with a lawyer who specializes in labor issues.

The words "employment contract" come to mind.

The first consult is ussually free or at a minimal cost.

Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered Kendra Fisk's question

But you are employed, just not full time . . . So, did you lose any health benefits because of this?

I would say you need to start looking for full time employ . . . The unemployment rate is the lowest it's been for 8 years now, so strike while the iron is hot.

Otis Campbell
Otis Campbell answered Kendra Fisk's question

Every state has different laws and rules on employment. I have never heard of underemployment here in texas

Anonymous answered Anonymous' question

Mistakes are some actions or judgments that we make or do which are misguided or wrong. We make mistakes every day. You wake up and burn the breakfast; you spill the coffee on the white tablecloth accidentally, you run to the subway to catch the train where you push people out of your way, and … Read more

Walt O'Reagun
Walt O'Reagun answered Andre Tate's question

In the US ... That is illegal.

Most states require they pay you within 30 days, or the next regular pay cycle.  Whichever comes first.

Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered

Well, if you are asking while he currently has his hand in your blouse . . . Then yeah, that could be an issue HR might want to know about.

However; if its just that they are asking you to do additional work . . . There might be a section in your job description … Read more

Rooster Cogburn
Rooster Cogburn answered Thomas Ramirez's question

Depending on your state, it doesn't matter how many hours you worked. They base your unemployment benefits by how much you earned over the last four quarters of a year that you worked. The more you earned, the better benefits you get. Matter not the hours.