Is it legal for an employer (FL Tax ID in FL) to suddenly decide after four years that they want to withhold the "standard" week's worth of pay (based on salary, not hourly)? [more inside]
I recently got the opportunity to apply for a cherry job that would have solved a lot of my current problems, but I seem to have blown it. I'm wondering if a bad employer reference might have done me in? [more inside]
Should I sent a potential employer and updated version of my cv, when the difference concerns the past?
In the version they have, I didn't include one project I was working on, but I would include it now. [more inside]
Do I have any recourse against my employer, who misled me about the terms of my hire, and can you recommend some resources to quickly
find work and make him my ex-employer?
I'm in Ontario, I am already a recipient of assistance (because I) do not get enough work to be eligible for unemployment. [more inside]
I recently saw an obituary for a previous employer's father. Is it inappropriate to use this situation to re-establish contact? [more inside]
We've received a wage-garnishment order from the State of California for my child's caregiver for an unpaid tax debt. What, if anything, can we do to help her? [more inside]
Health insurance filter: Is this really an employer group plan or something else? Should we be leery? [more inside]
What is the most graceful way to resign, given that I'll be working for a direct competitor? [more inside]
An old problem that I figured was more-or-less permanently in my past has reared its head. Even though I graduated from college a decade ago and have since gone to law school, a prospective employer is demanding my college transcript. I did poorly in college - I got three Fs and had to take a year off at my school's insistence. My question is, when I send along my transcript, should I include any kind of explanatory note, or just leave things be? (A few more details inside.) [more inside]
My employer is running out of cash, in debt to suppliers, and has had trouble meeting payroll several times this year. My gut says I'll be out of work in a couple weeks, a month at the most. I'm working on and managing several web development projects where a deposit has been provided by the client, but we're several months away from completion. Do I approach the clients, let them know the situation and propose completing the projects on my own for the remaining amount of the project? [more inside]
Job applicant reminder emails: Nuisance or Necessity? [more inside]
How do I schedule interviews for a new job while I'm employed full-time? [more inside]