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How is final pay calculated for a salaried employee?

A:  They have to pay you for all the days you actually worked. "My question is why is there such a drastic difference between how my final pay was calculated at the last company in California that I was a salaried employee of and the company also in California where I was a salaried employee in 2005? Why such a difference?" It may have something to do with the reason you were terminated - on good tems or bad - or it may simply be that your previous employer was more generous. All your employer is "required" to pay you when you are terminated is the salary for the days you actually worked, plus any earned vacation pay. They're not required to pay you through the end of the pay period, nor are they required to offer you any severance pay. Richard ...

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What legal action can be taken against a parent and at what point does it become abuse?

A:  Sadly this is the case in a lot of homes. I would say that your dad is definitely abusive, but how are you going to prove it? A lot of the times the police don't get involved, and when they finally do it's often too late - things have gone too far. Your parents need family counseling, and soon. Possibly your dad needs anger management as well. As for you, and your brother, make a plan that once you turn 18 the both of you will get an apartment together....

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Time Clocks....

A:  David: I doubt this is a violation of state or federal law "if" there is no issue with employment payment.  If there is a problem with payment and the employer has been given a reasonable chance to correct the error but, has not, then the injured party would have a cause of action grounded in several statutory and tort/contract theories. If the latter is your scenario, I would advise you to contact an employment attorney in your jurisdiction.  If you reside in Tennessee, Barnette law Offices may be able to assist insofar as we focus on employment related law suits. Jason Barnette, Esq. Barnette law Offices 1800 Hayes Street Nashville, TN 37203 615-585-2245...

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Paternal rights

A:  Roy: In the case that the relationship doesn"t work out you would be obligated to pay child support for your child. The amount would be based on your net income (but there is a legal minimum). As to visitation, the minimum visitation you are entitled to is 5 weeks per year (usually 2 weeks in summer, 2 during holidays, and one other week). If the mother agrees, you could see the child whenever you want, but otherwise you"d need to go by the law. My advice to you would be to obtain a legal agreement with the mother of the child so that your rights will be protected no matter what happens. I"d be glad to help you in this matter. I could draw up a legal agreement and have it certified in Germany so that you are protected in the cases of visitation, child support, and...

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step parents

A:  There is no law about it. How old is the step daughter? As far as I am aware there is no law against sleeping in the same room as your own daughter You know what is right and wrong. If it doesnt feel right dont do it. wouldn''t a step-father be sharing a room with his partner? OP didnt say it was his daughter, its a step daughter They also didnt say how old this child is? I think if the OP is asking they dont feel comfy with it so dont do it. Buy a sofa bed for the lounge and either the child or yourselves can use that and the other use the bedroom...

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Isn''t it legal too... drop a baby on government property (doorstep)...?

A:  72 hours http://www.secretsafeplacetn.org/about.a... but it is not as funny that way... Stop having sex and you won''t have this problem.. Just give the child up for adoption. Yes u can...and u have every right to be anonymous. in california it is 100 percent legal, and still some stupid mothers throw their babies in the trash I know in my state there is a law that you can leave an unwanted infant at either a hospital emergency room or a fire department with no questions asked. I do not know how young the infant would have to be though. In most states you can surrender a child to a hospital. In Florida if the baby is less than two months, I wouldn''t do it, but then again if the baby is called this kid, it...

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Isn't it legal too... drop a baby on government property (doorstep)...?

A:  72 hours http://www.secretsafeplacetn.org/about.aspx but it is not as funny that way... Just give the child up for adoption. Yes u can...and u have every right to be anonymous. I believe there is a "no questions asked" policy in some states. You can bring them to police stations hospitals and I think fire stations but if you are planning to do this think REALLY hard about what the rest of your life might be like with out this baby! I know in my state there is a law that you can leave an unwanted infant at either a hospital emergency room or a fire department with no questions asked. I do not know how young the infant would have to be though....

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PTO cap at year end for California

A:  Your California Labor Relations considers vacation the same as wages. The company does not have to give vacation pay, but if they do than it must be done according to company policy. It is legal to have a cap on the amount that can be earned and no more can be earned until it goes below that cap, however, they cannot have a use it or lose it policy. So if you earn 160 hours they can say that the cap is at 160 hours and no more can be earned until it is used but you cannot lose any of the 160 hours you have already earned. Here is what the rules say. (PTO is considered the same as vacation). From Questions and Answeres on the California Industrial Relations site: My employer"s vacation policy provides that once an employee earns 200 hours of vacation, no more vacation may be...

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NC Exempt employee laws

A:  I could understand the reasoning if you were hourly so that no overtime had to be paid. I do not understand the reasoning if you are salaried exempt. Salaried exempt do not work by the hour. They are paid a salary to do a job. The hours do not matter. I do not know why the employer would want you to take the time off in the same week. If it is vacation time than the employer may say when it is used as it is a fringe benefit and is not required by law, so the employer can tell you when to use it. The employer can also set your schedule and say when you work, even if you are salaried exempt he can set a work schedule to run his business. Shirley...

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Was I wrongfully terminated?

A:  They can fire you "at will" in other words, without needing a reason. Did they give you the 2 weeks pay? Have you worked there for at least 12 months and worked at least 1250 hours in the last 12 months? Does your employer have at least 75 employees within 50 miles?...