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Paula Lucia
12 minutes ago

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Victor Wilbanks
1 day ago

My family's restaurant closed because of covid, so I'm in school and looking for work.

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May delRosario
5 days ago

It is unethical and illegal for the employer to cancel an employee's health insurance without notification. How would you handle this situation after your employer notifies you 3 months later? #workfromhome #jobsearch #interview #application #hiringevents #coronavirus #deliverydriver #foodservices #warehouselogistics #ridesharedriver

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Justin Darden

Kill them

Kill them

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Nur Yunlu

Hello May Delrosario, I'm sorry this has happened to you. Each state has different regulations for this kind of situation. I think you should consult with a lawyer and he is the one who can best inform you.

Hello May Delrosario, I'm sorry this has happened to you. Each state has different regulations for this kind of situation. I think you should consult with a lawyer and he is the one who can best inform you.

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5 months ago

I am in West TN and am finding that so many employers are requiring that vaccine to work there. They are hurting the workforce and families. #jobsearch #coronavirus #hiring

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John Byrd
22 days ago

I worked for the same company for 12 years, I got sick with covid19 and it was like 3 weeks it took me to get past it but I still felt really bad, my doctor released me to go back to work so I did, my 3rd day back my roommate was diagnosed with covid19 and I thought he wasn't going to make it, he almost died but by grace of God he didn't. My boss told me that since my roommate was positive for covid19 I couldn't return to work until I had a negative test results to show him,in the beginning there was a shortage on test's and only people with positive results and 16 days of quarantine time could get tested, it took me a long time to be able to get tested but my boss said I couldn't come back until I had one so when I finally got a negative result (a couple of months later) I went back to work and that first morning back the owner came out of his office and started yelling at me saying I was gone that whole time by my own choice and when I tried to tell him that it was his son my supervisor that told me not to come back he said that I was lying so I said he should talk to his son cause he is wrong and I would go home and come back in the morning cause he had me very upset and I still wasn't feeling 100% he told me to hit the gate and don't bother coming back so I went home and filled for unemployment and I recieved unemployment from the state of Kentucky where I lived and worked for 12 years .I drew approximately $16,000 from unemployment and never had any trouble or heard from my exemployer the whole time and now all of a sudden they're saying that I quite and wasn't fired and Kentucky unemployment is saying that I have to pay all that back. 12 year's at the same job I should have had been able to draw it regardless, now I don't know what to do cause now I have medical problems and can't work, how am I supposed to pay back unemployment benefits when I should have been covered anyways. I don't know what to do, any suggestions?

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Patrick Allen
2 months ago

I'm 58 years old now. At the time my. Boss was 78 years old. We started.up with 40 people our construction Laborer crew. I was 56 then. The company originally stated they didn't want any body over 30.aftet 6months it was just me and. Mjy. Boss MR. CHARLIE FLOYD. HE Was killed a few months after covid shut us down in a truck. Wreck. At 78 years old he could out work a 20 year old. Sure miss him. Now I can't. Find.work Because where I live there is no public transportation. I will and can out work most any one. Seems those who have a way to get to work, won't work. We that.have no family's. To help and have run out of savings. Are just stuck. Welcome to Tallassee ALABAMA

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Luetta Lamatry
4 days ago

I got separated from my job because I didn't get a negative covid test while I had covid and I was a work from home csr

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Michael Popp
6 days ago

So I got sick from covid for about 3-4 weeks I contacted my boss and told them I didn't feel well. And when tried to come back to work after 3 weeks of being off when i finally got a negative test result nobody would give me an answer as to if I was employed anymore. It's now been close to 3 months and still no answer about my employment status. Plus I should ad that right as I got sick I had discovered that for the last 4-5 checks bi weekly they had been paying me a dollar less then I was hired at. What should I do are they aloud to fire me because I got covid are they aloud to just pay me less anytime they feel like it without telling me?

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Jessica Prentice

Tell them you're getting in touch with the State for treating a covid case with prejudice! (Hope they all get it)

Tell them you're getting in touch with the State for treating a covid case with prejudice! (Hope they all get it)

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Don't tell them a damn thing. Contact the state and have them deal with it.

Don't tell them a damn thing. Contact the state and have them deal with it.

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