• Am I wrong for telling my manager I refuse to scrub the bathroom floor drain with toothbrush after he asked me too?

    I am a extremely hard worker I do my part and everyone else part too I work for krogers and he just came up and said I need you too get down there and scrub the bathroom floor drain hole with a tooth brush or something I just cant make my self do it so he said he was going to put his pen to the paper and I said go... show more
    I am a extremely hard worker I do my part and everyone else part too I work for krogers and he just came up and said I need you too get down there and scrub the bathroom floor drain hole with a tooth brush or something I just cant make my self do it so he said he was going to put his pen to the paper and I said go right ahead
    9 answers · 23 hours ago
  • I am not re-hirable because of my 401k? Help I do not understand why when...?

    So I reapply to an old job I had because I left to work somewhere else didn't like it and an old friend who is a manager said I should reapply because of my work ethic after a MONTH of waiting they told me I was unrehirable becasue I had cashed out my 401k and its because of legal issues. I ask why am I not... show more
    So I reapply to an old job I had because I left to work somewhere else didn't like it and an old friend who is a manager said I should reapply because of my work ethic after a MONTH of waiting they told me I was unrehirable becasue I had cashed out my 401k and its because of legal issues. I ask why am I not rehirable untill june 2019 because of this I tho I had to cash out cause I had no way to rollover and they said within the due date my account would be close. I am so upset but I need an explanation as to why is this the case.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why do companies force retirement on long term employees who've been working with them for 40+ years?

    Best answer: She makes too much money, her medical insurance costs too much and she gets too much paid time off. They can hire someone half her age to do the job for half the cost.
    Best answer: She makes too much money, her medical insurance costs too much and she gets too much paid time off. They can hire someone half her age to do the job for half the cost.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do paralegals make good money with a bachelors degree and ABA certificate?

    I'm not exactly sure if I'm ready for law school or want to pursue it, and want to become a paralegal. I graduated from a very high ranked university, one of the best in the world, and will do an ABA paralegal certification. I plan to work in California. Does this typically make decent money? I researched... show more
    I'm not exactly sure if I'm ready for law school or want to pursue it, and want to become a paralegal. I graduated from a very high ranked university, one of the best in the world, and will do an ABA paralegal certification. I plan to work in California. Does this typically make decent money? I researched it and it seems it does, but would like to hear some more insight if possible.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it odd to want to work?

    Best answer: That's not strange at all. I have a family member that gets money every year that could live off a year. But he still works to have a goal in himself.
    Best answer: That's not strange at all. I have a family member that gets money every year that could live off a year. But he still works to have a goal in himself.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can my employers make me go into work when I’ve vomited?

    So I called my work this morning and told them I couldn’t come in as I vomited last night (I work with elderly and sick people, too), but they told me I had to come in due to their being no one to cover me. I’m not sure what the rules are but it doesn’t seem right to me. I just want to know where I stand with it?
    So I called my work this morning and told them I couldn’t come in as I vomited last night (I work with elderly and sick people, too), but they told me I had to come in due to their being no one to cover me. I’m not sure what the rules are but it doesn’t seem right to me. I just want to know where I stand with it?
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can I be forced into a lateral move?

    I work in Texas, an at - will state. I know that I can be fired at will, but my question is asking more so about wrongful termination. I have been in the same position for about a year now. My company is creating a new department. The owner of the company has told me about me moving to a new role in this new... show more
    I work in Texas, an at - will state. I know that I can be fired at will, but my question is asking more so about wrongful termination. I have been in the same position for about a year now. My company is creating a new department. The owner of the company has told me about me moving to a new role in this new department. However, I was never made an offer or given any information. I don t even know the title, pay, schedule. All I know is that it will be dealing with billing. I was under the impression that it would be a promotion since the job requires way more work. I have done billing before. I m concerned about not receiving solid details because the company is already recruiting for my current role. I know that internal and external interviews have been scheduled. As I stated I have not accepted an offer or been provided details. When I ask HR, they state they have no additional info about the new role. After a few weeks, I started to wonder if it would be a promotion or a lateral move. I know that billing is much more than what I m doing now, so I wouldn t accept a lateral move at the same pay. I reached out to the owner of the company. She told me that it would be a lateral move with no additional pay. I told her that I would like to stay in my current position in that case. She said that they have already started looking for my replacement and that I could either accept the new position or possibly not have a job. Can she do this?
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I hide private life at work?

    Best answer: its up to you. it's not uncommon some people separate their personal and professional lives. for if they mix them together too much, it may not feel like they have a life outside of work, and can't really relax and wind down or have fun. for the most part, i also think most people are more considerate to... show more
    Best answer: its up to you. it's not uncommon some people separate their personal and professional lives. for if they mix them together too much, it may not feel like they have a life outside of work, and can't really relax and wind down or have fun.

    for the most part, i also think most people are more considerate to the lgbt community, and don't judge people who are gay for that reason only, but as a person as a whole. though, it's up to you to kind of gauge what their beliefs are in that area if you want to share them or not.
    12 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How do I get a free background check for my self?

    Are online ones safe or accurate? I tried to find a free one and there aren't any. Some might just include your phone numbers and relative info and possible places you lived in. Some of them aren't accurate because they didn't get my name, or relative info correct, some are partially correct. I was... show more
    Are online ones safe or accurate? I tried to find a free one and there aren't any. Some might just include your phone numbers and relative info and possible places you lived in. Some of them aren't accurate because they didn't get my name, or relative info correct, some are partially correct. I was trying to see what information I can find on myself. I saw that it says 10 or more possible criminal records but I have NO criminal records or history. So this worries me, is this information accurate? Do they know or have information on myself that I don't even know? They make you pay a fee in order to find any information. I have NO criminal record or history. So are these websites safe or accurate?
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can civil lawyers ever earn more than criminal lawyers?

    Best answer: Yes, that is obvious, most criminals can't afford a lawyer, but are still entitled so the state pays not a lot.
    Best answer: Yes, that is obvious, most criminals can't afford a lawyer, but are still entitled so the state pays not a lot.
    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • I don t want to be a lawyer anymore?

    Best answer: Is there a question in there somewhere? If you don't want to be a lawyer, fine. You can be a big sniveling baby instead. You have more education and opportunity in your pinkie finger than most people get in a lifetime. If you want to piss it away because you're butt-hurt about not filling out a... show more
    Best answer: Is there a question in there somewhere?

    If you don't want to be a lawyer, fine. You can be a big sniveling baby instead. You have more education and opportunity in your pinkie finger than most people get in a lifetime. If you want to piss it away because you're butt-hurt about not filling out a questionnaire properly, so be it. I have no clue what kind of advice you want. If I were your mother, I'd want to smack some sense into you.
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Vacation days?

    I've resigned from my job, working there for 14 months. My last day is November 30th. My employer today notified me that I have 16 earned vacation days. I would like to take 10 of those days and work my last week so I can say goodbye. Would that mean I'm entitled to the salary earned from working last... show more
    I've resigned from my job, working there for 14 months. My last day is November 30th. My employer today notified me that I have 16 earned vacation days. I would like to take 10 of those days and work my last week so I can say goodbye. Would that mean I'm entitled to the salary earned from working last week, plus the salary for the vacation days I did not take? P.S. I'm from Trinidad.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Claiming unused holiday pay when leaving a job (1 year on)?

    I was in employment with a company March til Nov 2017, left and did not receive any payment in lieu of holidays - I recently emailed about claiming back the owed payment as I left whilst still in the holiday year, and was told that because the holiday year is March 2017- April 2018, it must be claimed before April... show more
    I was in employment with a company March til Nov 2017, left and did not receive any payment in lieu of holidays - I recently emailed about claiming back the owed payment as I left whilst still in the holiday year, and was told that because the holiday year is March 2017- April 2018, it must be claimed before April 2018 - is this right for a company to do this? I was under the impression it should have been automatically paid to me with my last payslip and I shouldn’t have to enquire about claiming it, since I left mid year. This is not a salaried position and is just a casual workplace contract.
    5 answers · 1 month ago