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    Resignation: Re: Boss Will Not Release My Personal Property

    So, you said you "took" the police. What did the police say?

    I understand you just want your tools back. But how do expect to get them if he won't return them voluntarily?
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    Unemployment Benefits: Re: Overpayment Notice, What Can I Do

    The instructions in every state are very clear, if you read the pamphlet sent to you when you opened the claim.
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    Resignation: Re: Boss Will Not Release My Personal Property

    That is correct, the only thing you can do is sue them (and, of course, it's too much for a small claims action). Having said that, $30K is a lot of money, and I would think it would be worth a law...
  4. Hours: Re: Turn Around Shifts Working Mulitple Shifts in a Row with Only Eight Hours Between

    South Dakota does not have a daily overtime requirement. Therefore, you need only be paid overtime if you work over 40 hours in the company-defined workweek. Note that workweek are not based on...
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    Unemployment Benefits: Re: Overpayment Notice, What Can I Do

    I'm currently on UI in PA, and I can tell you that the continuing claim form does ask for earnings for the week, but only when you answer yes to the question "did you work"?

    How is it that you...
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    Unemployment Benefits: Re: Texas Unemployment Overpayment

    I'm not an attorney, but I'm not seeing where an attorney could help. He earned wages and didn't report them. The instructions are clear.
  7. Job Benefits: Re: Miscalculation of Pto with Employer Preparing to Deduct It from My Pay

    Some amount on the paystub does not a contractual obligation make.

    However, the employer in California cannot deduct overtaken vacation from final pay or any other pay,
    Q #9 here:...
  8. Getting Fired: Re: Fired for Pregnancy/Premarital Sex/Cohabiting

    Religious organizations are generally exempt from anti-discrimination laws.
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    Re: Switching a Contract Vendor

    You aren't working FOR Cisco, though, right? You're working FOR an agency who has ASSIGNED you to Cisco.
  10. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Unemployment Hearing in New York Resignation vs. Firing

    What is the witness going to testify to?
  11. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Fired for Looking for a Different Job - Can I Get Unemployment

    The first paragraph is all I could suggest.
  12. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Fired for Looking for a Different Job - Can I Get Unemployment

    No, it's a legal "information" site.

    I'm sorry this is not the answer you wanted to hear, and I would never say don't file; I've seen stranger things happen. But be realistic. How do you expect...
  13. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Fired for Looking for a Different Job - Can I Get Unemployment

    First of all, a "wrongful termination" has a specific meaning under the law, i.e. being fired for a reason that the law prevents. This was nowhere near a wrongful termination.

    You may not like...
  14. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Fired for Looking for a Different Job - Can I Get Unemployment

    Bingo. Morality and fairness are subjective terms; they mean whatever the speaker says they mean---to the speaker. The state doesn't care that you've been "taken advantage of". They only care...
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    Emancipation: Re: Can I Get Emancipated

    Posting multiple times is not going to result in the answer you want to hear.
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    Emancipation: Re: Can I Get Emancipated

    Fine, don't agree if you want to, but the fact is that, unless you can prove you have a history of supporting yourself 100% (not living with another family member), emancipation is not going to...
  17. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Fired for Job-Searching- Unemployment in California - Please Help-Baby Coming

    The company doesn't deny UI benefits, the state does.

    You probably pretty much shot yourself in the foot by using your employer's time and equipment to apply for other jobs. He could have let...
  18. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Good Cause to Battle Code Section 1253a of California EDD

    Good cause would be unconsciousness. Seriously. I would be very surprised if the communications from the EDD did not include the admonition to continue filing claims while waiting for the appeal...
  19. Debt Collectors: Re: Garnishment When You Live in One State but Work in Another State

    However, since you work in Illinois, Illinois law would apply. Missouri has some pretty strange garnishment calculation laws.
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    Unemployment Benefits: Re: Unemployment Eligibility

    Here's the problem. Every case is looked at individually. If you quit and DON'T get approved, then not only don't you have benefits, you don't have a job either.
  21. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Quit Old Job for New Offer, then Company Didn't Open - Can I Get Unemployment

    Maybe. You won't know until you try.

    You may be better off with a detrimental reliance suit, however. Contact an attorney.
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    Unemployment Benefits: Re: Unemployment Eligibility

    That's correct, it is not. The state would rather you have some income than none at all. That's one of the things partial benefits are designed for.
  23. Harassment: Re: How to Get Protection Against Retaliation at Work

    Filing the complaint with HR DOES give you "protection" against retaliation.
  24. Harassment: Re: Unemployment After Long Term Disability and SSD

    SSDI and LTD are not unemployment-subject wages. Therefore, it is unkikely that you would financially qualify if you wait for a year to file.

    You might financially qualify if you file NOW to...
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    Unemployment Benefits: Re: Unemployment Eligibility

    DO NOT QUIT. I can't emphasize that enough. If you quit over this you will NOT qualify for benefits.

    DO file for partial unemployment benefits, based on the reduction in hours. You may or may...
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