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Heather Yray
about 2 months ago
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Fired due to ad on vehicle

I can not believe that my boyfriend was fired yesterday due to my having an ad on my vehicle to make extra money! Not to mention I had the ad on my car when he first applied. It is unbelievable to me. #termination #advice #management #unemployment #legal

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Janet Brady

What was the add ? u and most people leave out the whole story. Half a post do not mean anything to any one !! It leaves people un educated and unable to give advise. This sight is full of it, I read them and am astonished that most make no sense. It is sad and daunting who in the world could help you.

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Alexander Jager

The last time I checked ('20) Stickrr only paid $85 annually to have an ad on your rear windshield. (You're charged a fee/double fee first) They promise like $1500, that would take 17.6 years SMH

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Teresa Dunn

Descrimination

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Todd Martin

I wouldn't be so quick to call it discrimination. sometimes its because they really are stupid! If they have a little intelligence their thinking can be changed. But stupid can not be fixed.

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Taylore Rullo

It truly is bs. I understand if maybe it's a conflict of interest, but in most cases it's not & nobody cares. They act as if ur working for the FBI or something. Ridiculous.

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Pamela L Howard

I understand your frustration. The problem is people don’t read everything when they sign their applications. Employers will have you sign many documents, “Code of Conduct” is one of those documents. If you had read it there would’ve been a clause about your very situation. They go on to explain how you can be fired if you do not follow this code of conduct while employed by them.

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Daniel Castro

Was the signage regarding a competitor? If so, that creates risks to keeping a job. If not, that’s strange. No explanation from the company.

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Gary Levin

He should ask to see his employment record. How long did he work there. If he was terminated they have to have a reason for termination.File for unemployment, and file a claim with EEOC

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Audrey Churchill

Unfortunately, most jobs can be terminated for any reason if you live in an “employment at will” state. An employer doesn’t have to give you a reason. If you worked there long enough to qualify for unemployment they would have a hard time denying unemployment benefits unless they can prove you were terminated for “cause”. They can fire you at will, but they cannot take away your unemployment benefits as long as they did not give you a faIr shake.

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Daniel Castro

If you live in an “Employment At Will” state, an employer can terminate for any reason or no reason. Typically, they would have some level of documentation through HR or Legal (accurate or not), to avoid litigation. Hopefully, can find a better job.

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