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Due to a stay at home order (covid-19) by our Mayor I am several days past my 21 day deadline to answer a summons claiming breech of contract. Help !
Asked in ID May 04, 2020 ,  1 Answers

Is the clock still running on my 21 day deadline to answer a civil summons ? If it is and it caused me to default, how can I get this reversed. It was directly caused by the stay at home order and the courts being shut down....

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Will I be able to get my non-refundable deposit back?
Asked in NV Apr. 06, 2020 ,  1 Answers

Can not get married because the business will be closed! I am supposed to get married in two weeks but I cannot due to the Coronavirus....

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If i have a current 3 year employee agreement at X salary. Can I be forced to sign a new employee agreement to take a temporary reduction in pay?
Asked in NJ Mar. 19, 2020 ,  1 Answers

In the hospitality industry which is getting hit hard by coronavirus. I am a high level employee that is very instrumental to the hotels. Was told that to get a 20% reduction in pay that I will have to sign a new 3 year employee agreement, i just signed a new one in January for 3 years that has a no...

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Can employerbdeny u to park in handicap parking space?
Asked in Newport News,  VA Dec. 16, 2018 ,  2 Answers

I work at a Salon suite on Virginia, can the owners deny you to park in the front row of the handicaps parking space, I have a sign. Said to me that's it for clients not members....

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Can my employer force a 12-hour shift when I have a medical work restriction limiting me to 6-8?
Asked in Harrisburg,  PA Dec. 06, 2018 ,  1 Answers

I am a veterinarian in a busy ER and I am scheduled for 12+ hour shifts. I am having a total hip replacement on 1/4. I had a fusion of L4-L5 and L5-S1 last year but have been working full-time since 1/18. I am badly limping and using a cane. My surgeon fears that if I maintain walking like this I wi...

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Equal Employment
Post On Nov. 13, 2014

The equal employment statutes affect all phases of the employment process, from the initial advertising of a job vacancy through the hiring, promotion, discipline, termination, and retirement of an employee. The rule remains the same at each stage of the employment process: an employer is prohibited...

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