I work a full time job, and my supervisor docked me 4 hours without letting me know. Is this legal or do they have to let me know when they are going to dock me?
I applied at Kohls and got an interview and was told I would start out as a (forgot name of the position, but I would be working evenings putting up sale signs and changing the prices to fit the sales) while I am still in school, then get trained into a department after graduation. I tried looking up the different positions but their website was extremely unhelpful for specifics. Could someone please give me some different job positions there? Thanks!
Preferably a good paying job maybe one in The Department of transportation any ideas?
I am interviewing for a job this week as a clerk at a local assembly plant. The supervisor is someone I know, this I how I heard about it. I am trying to find out more information before the interview. All I know is that it has to do with tracking or recording the trucks that come into the plant. The company it would be for is a supply chain management company. Curious if anyone knows what these positions do and also what the uniform/attire and work culture is like. Are you usually on the dock? Or is it more inside an office tracking trucks? I know I am supposed to join the union. Thanks in advance!
I lost my job a few months ago due to excessive absenteeism and tardiness. I have worked for the company for over three years and I had no issues until recently due to personal problems. My immediate supervisor and HR were made aware of my problem and seemed to express sympathy. Only when I began to receive more and more warnings, verbal and written, did I realize my job punctuality was affected.
A few of the absences were unavoidable, like being stuck 15+ hrs South of my workplace with a flat tire on my last day of vacation.
The company changed its attendance policies in the middle of the year and my issues occurred shortly thereafter.
I was obviously terminated because of it and I was under the impression that firing was the only option available, rather than docking pay or reducing hours.
It is now a couple months down the road and I want my old job back, or I would at least like to work for the company again as I am now employed by a competitor (and not enjoying it). I contacted a manager from another location and asked how long I would need to wait to be eligible for rehire and the manager said I would need to wait a year since firing date. I am wondering if it would be worth the dignified groveling and begging to the district HR to get my job back earlier, or would I be wasting my breath?
I work for a shipping dept. of a large corporation. They require all dock drivers about 60 of us to buy our own pens and clipboards to fill out necessary paperworkm but the secretaries and the supervisors get there's for free.
What are the terminologies and things associated to House Keeping?
I have a couple employees who repeatedly do not punch in / out of our electric system or fill out any paper form to show their hours. What is the law as far as paying them if they haven't submitted any of the required paperwork? I can't guess what they work and am tired of constantly reminding them.
I work at a company called liquid fence co. in Nesquehoning, PA and i took a restroom break while working. My supervisor then said since i did not go to the restroom during one of our 2 10 minute breaks or 30 minute lunch break that they were going to dock me 15 minutes pay. I know this isn't morally right considering I have never made a habit of it but i was wondering if it was legal in the state of PA
I have hear this is one of the hardest unions to get into. i know somebody who is a longshoreman in the bay he said the only ways to get into it are if your family was in it. you can make so much money as a longshoreman but i find it hard to believe you can only become one if your family was one. i mean is this the mafia???? i know it is backbreaking work. i have experience in that. hard work doesnt scare me. im located in the bay area. how do i sign up? do i have to take a test?
In Phila Pa. Supermarket chain, can't use cell phones in bathroom back area dock areas or outside of the store. or discharge from job. What about emergency at home ? My husband is sickly, How is he supposed to get hold of me if something goes wrong? I can understand no cells i the customer area, But where we don't come in contact with the customers is crazy. We are not even allowed to carry them. Don't we have any rights anymore. Our supervisor says he don't care about these problems. What can we do .
I've just recently started working for a fitness company (would rather not mention the name). I don't have an issue with the operations manager, however her assistant is the problem. She seems to have an issue with me. Upon filling out my new hire paperwork she became frustrated with me as I was taking my time filling out my tax information. I wanted to be sure everything was filled out correctly, as it is my money and my paycheck. She grew furious because she was off at 6pm and it was now 6:05pm when I reached the pertinent information. She kept pressuring me to hurry up. She was rude to me and demeaning to me in front of other customers and co-workers.
I am 26 years old, she's 20 and the assistant manager. Now I realize age isn't the issue, but the fact that she's younger than I am and higher up, I think she feels she can belittle me anyway. I told the manager about her behavior and how I'm not willing to tolerate it on a daily basis. I'm not the only one to complain about it.
So my question is, how do I deal with her. Because now that I've complained to my boss about her, she's gone and told the manager that I arrive at work late. I'm never on time, and yada yada yada! Which isn't true. I'm always 15 minutes early and I work full time. This is only my part/time evening job.
What do I do to deal with this issue? It's obvious my manager is not going to handle the situation. So how can I continue to deal with her on a day to day basis? Any suggestions?
I feel that because shey's younger and higher up she has gotten this very big ego over it, and now thinks she's tough s***.
Another thing that made me angry was that she insisted on filling out my direct deposit information assuming I didn't know how.
It's gotten to the point to where I have to hunt her down when I get to work to let her know I'm at work, so she doesn't march over to my manager and lie and tell her I came in late, and on top of that I have to clock in. Why can't she just leave me alone and focus on her job?
The way clocking in works. It doesn't matter when you clock in, you'll be clocked in for the time you are supposed to start, to the time you are to stop working. I was told by my manager if I was 5 minutes late and I clocked in, it would still be for the time I was supposed to start and end. Either way, they don't know if I'm late or not. Which is poor disorganization on the companies' behalf. Not my fault. However, there's no way for my manager to know I come into work 15 minutes early regardless because her assistant manager (who seems to despise me for some reason) keeps telling her I come in late!! It's no fixing it. I like this job and would like to keep it, it's only something I do to keep busy because I do make good money with my fulltime job. Why can't she just mind her own business, grow up and do her job!?
I am doing a resume for a friend and I don't really know what to put for this part
They worked at steinman transportation LTD.
I am a paclage handler and at the end of my shift I was putting what we call smalls"small packages that are put in bags" which does not requier me to be in the trailer as I was loading my foot and leg fell through a gap left by the semi trailer and the dock.
I have told my supervisor many times in the past abouthaving big haps inbetween the trailer and dock and I got hurt over this mistake. Nothing major but I'm not going to be able to continie my application for corrections because of this injury.
So can or should I sue?
Okay in my story I have an expensive hotel as a setting and I want to know what the security room would be like. I said second-floor hallway there's a door marked SECURITY and inside are the screens watching all the rooms and all the places in the hotel. Is that alright? How many people would be in there?
why can't there be cameras in rooms? Yeah the privacy thing but do the movies lie to me? They always have cameras in rooms ;[
Also if it makes any difference this is in New York.
Can they sleep in their own clothes? Do they have to eat what's on the ship or can they bring their own food aboard and store it or have it shipped to them? How many hours per day of free time do they get? Do they put them together as room mates?
I was given a Subpoena for my cousin's custody hearing and missed 3 days of work. I am payed salary because I am management. Today I got a call from my supervisor telling me that they were going to take how much I make in one week and then divide it by 40 to see how much I would make because of the days I was gone. Then they would dock it according to the amount of hours I worked that week. Is this legal???
I am a sales person who works on commission, we have a guarantee of $1500 a month. I am also a single mother and 2 weeks ago my baby was sick on monday all day so I had to take monday off. Tuesday I left for 3 or 4 hours to take him to the doctor. I worked thursday, which is my usual day off, to make up for monday. So I got may paycheck and they deducted my pay for being gone with no notice or no written agreement. They never told me they were going to do this. But they are not paying for the time I work over my hours? Is any of this right?
He knew both times and said it was okay!
For those who have worked at casino or still working there, please describe what is the pros and cons. Thank you.
I worked at a store back in 2005 and the application now ask me what was my supervisor name at the old job. I forgot who was my supervisor and plus none of the supervisors work there anymore but this is the only job I had experience in dealing with dock work. So what should I put down? Should I put down N/A or Idk?