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  1. Re: Can I Charge Someone for Pouring Soda on My Car

    Yes, as llworking asked, what are the damages to your car due to this soda?
  2. Defamation: Re: A Person is Destroying My Reputation, Simply on Revenge

    I tried to read the whole thing but it was difficult. Please paragraph it and insert some white space. I will then try it again.
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    Application: Re: Taking Applications Online

    What you're legally allowed to ask applicants varies by state. For example, while some states allow you to ask about criminal records, others prefer you limit the wording of those questions, and...
  4. Embezzlement: Re: Possible Embezzlement Charge Coming for

    Like button. Agree entirely.
  5. Harassment: Re: Accused of Physical and Verbal Harassment from Another Student

    If you can show (with hard evidence) that they booted you out solely because of your race/ethnicity, and for no other reason whatsoever, then you might have a case for illegal discrimination. ...
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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

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    Re: Gift Appropriateness

    Not necessarily. Your coworker does not mandate what your employer does in response to your actions/her complaint. Even though your coworker may have put this incident behind her, your employer may...
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    Re: Subcontracting

    No, llworking didn't say anything about employees. He talked about clients - a whole different entity.
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    Re: Subcontracting

    You are OK.
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    Re: Gift Appropriateness

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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    I agree, it does, although I suspect that most bookkeepers aren't paid 60K per year. Also she is a "billable" person - most billables in this area (finance) would be accountants, not bookkeepers.
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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    Did you post the non-compete itself? With identifying information? That's probably why it went to a mod...

    That said, why don't you try just posting a question about the non-compete?
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    Re: Gift Appropriateness

    Hmmm...I've looked and looked at my posts and cannot for the life of me see where I said cufflinks (or even jewelry) are a come-on. I did say that jewelry was more personal than a tie, but I never...
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    Re: Gift Appropriateness

    I never said that there's anything wrong with attending a coworker's birthday party. However, any interactions between coworkers at said birthday party can be considered work-related if they rise to...
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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    An accountant at $60K per year sounds pretty exempt to me!

    The FLSA understands that many exempt positions contain non-exempt components, including being trained on things now and then. (Have you...
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    Re: Gift Appropriateness

    There's nothing illegal about the the boss taking and keeping the necklace and earrings. The boss is not legally required to tell your coworker that the necklace and earrings are not work-related...
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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    Exempt/non-exempt status is not determined by industry standards, nor is it determined by what company owners want to do at any given moment. Exempt/non-exempt status is determined solely by the...
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    Re: Subcontracting

    Exactly! (Or almost, but you're getting there. Keep on plugging!)

    And before you embarrass yourself any further, keep in mind that I have more (accurate, legal) knowledge in my own little head...
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    Re: Subcontracting

    The correct and legally accurate was of saying this is this:

    "The businesses that the OP hires can be referred to as ICs or as subcontractors. The labourers that the ICs/subcontractors hire are...
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    Re: Subcontracting

    I remember it too.
  21. Behavior Regulation: Re: On the Legality of Employer Mandated Microchipping

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    Financial Transactions: Re: Money Order Situation

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    Financial Transactions: Re: Money Order Situation

    Well, you know, take your time about telling us, we're already a little overwhelmed by all this paranoia.
  24. Thread: Help

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    Re: Help

    They are not legally required to do so.
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    Emancipation: Re: Allowing a Child to Move Out at 17

    The courts will not grant him emancipation under these circumstances. And it will take the court more than seven months just to get to saying "no" so really, it's a moot point.
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