Add Comment Question: Terminated “for saying I wanted to leave for another opportunity” up to five times. The opportunity was within the company or so I thought. I had a job title and role dangled in front of me for months to find out it doesn’t exist and now that I made the store through the Christmas season I am being terminated. I was previously asked by my employer for a letter of resignation in order to go into that position but I felt that was strange and would leave me open to being let go. I previously worked for the company 2006-2012 with a brief hiatus to go back from April 2013 until today Jan 2018. I have never received any form of progressive discipline over any of these years, have made constant improvements and increases in every store I’ve been placed in. I was terminated clearly without cause and was offered six weeks of pay as a termination package. I feel I won’t be able to find a job of the same nature at that rate of pay right now in the economy and feel six weeks is not enough. Answer: Hello, Unfortunately, an employer may terminate you at any time without even having to provide a reason why, as long as you are paid your severance entitlements. It could very well be the case that you are owed more severance, however, a lawyer would need to review your matter further to determine any severance entitlements you may have. I recommend that you contact our office to schedule a consult with one of our lawyers to review your termination package. Your Comment * Your Email * Your Name * Your City Note, your name, city and email is not displayed on the website. It is used to notify you that we have approved your comment.