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Hii I am a fresher who works for an IT company,on July 3rd 2020,I got call from hr stating that your profile didn't match to any project so you need to resign today itself and she haven't given me the time to think about the resignation ,she forcefully asked me to resign,so how can i revoke my resignation and what are the legal actions that I can take to get my job back.
Last year, we got a raise @ my trucking co. Shortly after, they started lowering trip rates( our hourly rate is times the trip rate.), In the 8 yrs, i,ve been there, no trip rates have gone down, only up , if we could prove we needed more time. When i asked about this, they said they were just standardizing them . I said, that even with the raise, i now make less doing some of the work, than before the raise. I,ve talked to a general mgr, and at least 2 others in mgmt, about this , since the raise, last year, getting nowhere. Would this count as a constructive dismissal, if i left ? even though i,ve been working at the reduced trip times, since the raise, last year. They know of my disapproval , as i,d been trying to have them re-set. There are not many co. drivers , left, as there big on brokers. Also when i was hired 8 yrs, ago, i was hires as a Foss driver, a company they own. Even though i interviewed @ the Seaboard offices, had 2 days of orientation there, & for the last 3 yrs, i,ve worked out of the seaboard yard. I only found out last year, i get $29./hr. as a Foss driver, while the Seaboard drivers get $30. / hr. I checked with fed.labor board, & its legal, as they are treated as 2 separate co,s. Driver who works on same truck after me, less co. time, but is a seaboard driver, get more money than me. ($30 rate). When i took this up with mgmt, was told was always this way. & nothing done to remedy, i even gave them ideas of how to even us, few Foss drivers up . To add insult to this there retiring my Foss tailers soon, & i,ll be getting a Seaboard set of trailers . So , ill be a Foss driver, working out of the Seaboard yard, pulling Seaboard trains.. But still getting paid the lower Foss rate.When i was hired if i,d know this i would have made it a condition of hire to be paid equal .. I,m 63 & thinking of retiring soon, maybe, does any of this mean i could get a severance package ? Thanks. John MacMillan
If your boss wants to have a "talk" with you, are you obligated to have that talk behind closed doors in secret? Or can the employee ask to have the talk in front of witnesses for accountability?
if a company gives u 6 months notice of them moving do they still have to pay severance on top of that if your a 25 year employee?