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I received one letter stating that my last day of employment would be November 30th, and a follow up letter that stated my last day was January 13th. They came to me yesterday and said we have made a mistake, it is November 30. I am 59 years of age and my severance includes 7 weeks notice after 7 years working here, along with a small lump sum. My letter is not signed and I am perplexed and how they can not provide a correct letter, then take away almost 7 weeks pay. what is my recourse?
a A poison work environment for a staff member at my company ...She tried to work at her job for many months/years, but she was just too stressed to continue. "She" gave her letter of resignation and her last day of work is today. I heard on your radio show yesterday that it was actually a "poisoned" work environment, from a co-worker and her boss, therefore she is due Serverance pay as it was really a termination. I want to stay out of it, but feel she needs information. Thank you,
I am a woman and the last day of my contract extension, since I have not hear anything about another extension of my contract, I asked about it and I was told: " Today is your last day, you don't have to come back on Monday stay at home doing your cooking", is this a gender discrimination? Can I request a compensation to my employer?
I was given two letters regarding termination both letters are unsigned . I was in a management position for 3.5 years . Terminations are based on the company doing poorly .Now they are asking us to sign and return the letter with in two weeks . What are the implications of me/us signing a termination letter that is not signed by the employer . Is the document even worth the paper it's written on . They are offering a small retiring allowance .