Quote:I will handle this situation rightfully as all professional techs should,
> and report the hazardous and unsafe and illegal activities I witness.
> I understand
your new to this biz, needed to gain some experience and
> you felt taken advantage of. You saw on the first day how this salon was operating.
> Your experience was unfortunate.
> After witnessing all these non standard practices, you went back day after
> day until you got paid less than what you felt owed to you. It wasn't until
> you felt short changed that you decided to speak out.
> What comes to my mind is how long would you have worked there for $50 a day
> (cash) had she paid you what was due.
> The thing is no paperwork - no time sheet, no daily reciepts, no signature
> on a ledger for the cash - could result in the owner saying you never worked
> there. How would you prove your case to the labor board?
> Reporting them to your state board (now) after your payout wasn't what you
> expected could be mistaken as you being disgruntled. That report could also
> be interpreted that you practiced the same things as what you say others did
> because you continued to return for work.
> Be careful what you say and sign.
She raises a very good point. Do be careful. <3