Labor lawyer. No one yet! Salary,,, transportation.. Idk

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JA: Was this discussed with a manager or HR? Or with a lawyer?
Customer: No one yet!
JA: Is the workplace "at will" or union? Is the job hourly or salaried?
Customer: Salary,,, transportation..
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Customer: Idk.
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My name is ***** ***** I am an attorney. I am happy to assist you! I am reviewing what you wrote and will be providing a response momentarily.
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I reviewed what you wrote, but I do not see your actual question about your employment issue. Please let me know your question so I can see if I can answer it.

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You can request a phone call on your page.

The option to request a phone call should look like this on your page similar to the link below:

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Okay.

Generally, for labor disputes, if the employee is part of a union, the union rep and union should take steps to remedy the situation. If there is no union or the union is failing to take action, then the employee could take certain actions.

Also, employment disputes usually fall under three categories:

1. Discrimination;

2. Retaliation (like a whistleblower);

2. Or overtime violation or categorizing someone wrongly as a salaried employee or an independent contractor.

The EEOC handles discrimination claims. The DOL handles salary claims.

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Hello again. In case you missed my last response, I want to provide it to you again. You can always ask a follow-up question.

Generally, for labor disputes, if the employee is part of a union, the union rep and union should take steps to remedy the situation. If there is no union or the union is failing to take action, then the employee could take certain actions.

Also, employment disputes usually fall under three categories:

1. Discrimination;

2. Retaliation (like a whistleblower);

2. Or overtime violation or categorizing someone wrongly as a salaried employee or an independent contractor.

The EEOC handles discrimination claims. The DOL handles salary claims.

I have been happy to assist you with this question.

For future questions you want me to answer, you can use the "Ask me a new question" feature on your My Questions page. Or you can "favorite" me which adds me as a favorite Expert for future questions. Best regards!

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