Pay required when notice to quit is given.
I know I’m going to be leaving my company. I would like to give them a 2 or 3 month notice so they will have time to train or hire someone to replace me before I leave. But, I’m afraid that when I give my notice they will make me leave right then. If they make me leave right a way do they have to pay me for any of the time I offered to remain working?
Or is two weeks all they would have to pay me?
Quit Job and still haven’t got payed
Before I had actually put in notice to quit my job, I was supposed to get payed my salary on May 2nd. I get payed every two weeks and I am also supposed to be recieving my last paycheck today 05/16. I have not recieved either check at this time and my rent is quite late with $50 a day adding on to my regular rent payment. I also have other bills that are late and I am not able to even put gas in my car to get to my new job. Is there a way I can file a lawsuit for my wages lost + my bills, pain and suffering? And what steps do I need to take in order to do so. If I cannot sue then how can I at least recieve what is owed to me?
employee gives 2 weeks notice to quit
If an employee gives his employer a two-weeks notice that he is quitting, is the employer obligated in any way (legally or financially or otherwise) to keep the employee on the job for 2 weeks, or can the employment be terminated anytime? fyi, i’m asking this under the scenario of an ”at-will” employment relationship where either party can terminate the employment for any reason and at any time.
I gave my notice to quit the company I worked for because my director yelled at me in front of 5 Co-workers (all men) saying my work was in error, in fact it was not, the information he received was in error. He would not give me a chance to show his information was in error. I felt humiliated and degraded. The next day I talked with the president of the company (he was out of town at the time) explained the problem, he gave me my job back. The next week the president changed his mind and said he was accepting my resignation.
He did give me six weeks of full benifits and full pay. I just received documents from the company that I am to sign and return. The documents say that I quit and the reason was “Too much work”. These documents will damage my work record of 30 years as well as effect my unemployment benifits. HELP!
What can I write to my contract employer to release and agree to hold harmless me from any and all causes of action and claims of any nature to a \”restrictive covenant\” clause, where I am a contract employee with them where they are a subcontactor to a government contractor, and the state government offered me a job; and my contractor clause states that I agree not to solicit Client or engage in a like or similar professional or occupation at Client\’s facility or any other facility at which you are directed to or actually perform services under this agreement, either directly or indirectly, for a period of 180 days following termination of my employment under the terms of the agreement, unless specific written authorization has been obtained from my contractor, and violation will result in me paying them an amount equal to 400 hours at the hourly rate stated as compensation for their efforts and costs incurred in connection with my employment hereunder?