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Back in June I quit my job of 11 years for another job. After 5 weeks realized it wasn't the right fit so I returned to old job. Signed a agreement with nothing said of my 11 years. Got same pay vacation benefits etc... is my years services continuest just in case of termination
I'm in a hybrid role where I work from home 2 days a week and 3 days in the office. Last week my father had a heart attack and I am requesting if I can fully work from home until he gets better (he is still in the hospital). He also helps and takes care of my daughter while I am in the office (as I can't afford daycare). Can they say no and make me use my vacation days even though I worked from home for 3 yrs during covid?
My company is refusing to give me anymore vacation time, the only senior person in my office has 5 weeks, and my employer is telling me I will remain at 4 weeks vacation. Is the legal?we were both hired under the same contract with the same employer. My company was purchased approximately 6 years ago, and we were told in the purchase that our contract with the original organization would remain in place with the purchasing company. In October of this year I would be at 15 years of service, and my employer is telling me that I will remain at 4 weeks, even though the only other senior in my office has 5 weeks vacation?
If signed employment agreements say a M-F 7 hr work day, are hours over 7 and weekends at 1.5 even though BC says after 8 hrs or 40 hrs per week
What is my obligation to my employee, if a complaint is made against them that seems like harassment to get the employee in trouble or fired? From what the complainant said, the employee has been challenging and harassing him through social media. He sent screenshot copies of the social media statements he was concerned about. From what was received, I don't see that she said anything inappropriate, rather asked him, who is a political leader, to do his job better. This is from the one article that was provided. Its not in employee’s character to be publicly inappropriate, but it is a concern for the society, and because of the political nature, its more concerning. There’s not enough information to really make an informed decision. Being that he called her employment to complain, he wanted her to be in trouble, and or fired. I don’t know if it escalates the situation. He wanted some kind of punitive action against her.