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Employment Law - Company Forces you to take a Pay Cut, Terminating Employees, Furloughs? What to do Next...

August 04, 2020 Michael Glinter
the Offer with Michael Glinter
Employment Law - Company Forces you to take a Pay Cut, Terminating Employees, Furloughs? What to do Next...
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the Offer with Michael Glinter
Employment Law - Company Forces you to take a Pay Cut, Terminating Employees, Furloughs? What to do Next...
Aug 04, 2020
Michael Glinter

Please Note:  The opinions provided in this podcast is not intended to be legal advice, nor are legal guidance by either the host or the guest.  Please consult with legal counsel in your respective state or country to get legal advice that applies to you.  This podcast is simply a conversation to present things to consider when doing your homework. 
 
 Listen to the podcast as we talk about the federal money and what you can do if your company cuts your pay due to the pandemic.
 
 Special Guest - Cynthia Flynn
    
 Cynthia Hackler Flynn, Esq. is the founder and managing partner of Hackler Flynn & Associates, a boutique law firm in Greater Los Angeles that focuses on employment law, business litigation and corporate work. Our core focus is to help commercial businesses defend and protect against employment lawsuits. Cynthia brings over 18 years of Law Experience with a passion for helping create a positive experience for employees and employers in the workplace. 

  • Biggest mistakes companies make when terminating employees
  • Being terminated in the right to work state
  • Things to consider before you terminate
  • Document - Document - Document
  • Are there different rules for people in protected classes?
  • Right it by a jury first before making a decision
  • Coronavirus - Compensation - Companies being forced to take pay cuts
  • What resources are out there?
  • You can't refuse to go back to work and still collect unemployment
  • What does it mean to be furloughed? Rules of the road for companies and candidates
  • Difference between being furloughed vs. being terminated
  • Companies can't ask or should ask employees to do anything if they are furloughed or "off the clock."
  • If you pay people hourly, you have to realize the risks
  • You should make sure if you pay someone salary that it is listed as a flat pay, not an hourly rate
  • Salary employee being required to track your hours
  • Can your vacation be denied if you are 100% commission
  • What if your hourly rate as a commissioned employee is below the minimum wage?
  • Could companies be required to pay you even after you leave on commissions from clients you brought to the company?

Termination Resources: https://hacklerflynnlaw.com/?s=termination

Special Guest Info - Cynthia Flynn
Cynthia Flynn, Esq.
HACKLER FLYNN & ASSOCIATES, APC
Corporate Law I Business Litigation I Employment Law
Address: 479 S. Marengo Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101
Office: 323.247.7030
[email protected] I www.HacklerFlynnLaw.com 
 
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Show Notes

Please Note:  The opinions provided in this podcast is not intended to be legal advice, nor are legal guidance by either the host or the guest.  Please consult with legal counsel in your respective state or country to get legal advice that applies to you.  This podcast is simply a conversation to present things to consider when doing your homework. 
 
 Listen to the podcast as we talk about the federal money and what you can do if your company cuts your pay due to the pandemic.
 
 Special Guest - Cynthia Flynn
    
 Cynthia Hackler Flynn, Esq. is the founder and managing partner of Hackler Flynn & Associates, a boutique law firm in Greater Los Angeles that focuses on employment law, business litigation and corporate work. Our core focus is to help commercial businesses defend and protect against employment lawsuits. Cynthia brings over 18 years of Law Experience with a passion for helping create a positive experience for employees and employers in the workplace. 

  • Biggest mistakes companies make when terminating employees
  • Being terminated in the right to work state
  • Things to consider before you terminate
  • Document - Document - Document
  • Are there different rules for people in protected classes?
  • Right it by a jury first before making a decision
  • Coronavirus - Compensation - Companies being forced to take pay cuts
  • What resources are out there?
  • You can't refuse to go back to work and still collect unemployment
  • What does it mean to be furloughed? Rules of the road for companies and candidates
  • Difference between being furloughed vs. being terminated
  • Companies can't ask or should ask employees to do anything if they are furloughed or "off the clock."
  • If you pay people hourly, you have to realize the risks
  • You should make sure if you pay someone salary that it is listed as a flat pay, not an hourly rate
  • Salary employee being required to track your hours
  • Can your vacation be denied if you are 100% commission
  • What if your hourly rate as a commissioned employee is below the minimum wage?
  • Could companies be required to pay you even after you leave on commissions from clients you brought to the company?

Termination Resources: https://hacklerflynnlaw.com/?s=termination

Special Guest Info - Cynthia Flynn
Cynthia Flynn, Esq.
HACKLER FLYNN & ASSOCIATES, APC
Corporate Law I Business Litigation I Employment Law
Address: 479 S. Marengo Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101
Office: 323.247.7030
[email protected] I www.HacklerFlynnLaw.com 
 
GLINTER SOCIAL MEDIA AND CONTACT INFO
[email protected] (Email)
https://www.michaelglinter.com/podcast-1 (Podcast)
http://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelglinter2 (Linked In)
#MichaelAGlinter (Twitter)
http://www.facebook.com/michael.glinter (Facebook)
https://www.youtube.com/c/MichaelGlinter (YouTube)
www.michaelglinter.com (Website)