I was forced to quit from my job at a MNC because the manager didn't wanted me to be there. She was trying to prove me dull all the time and control me at personal level. Always interfering and commenting on my personal stuff, which was obviously neither part of her job responsibilities nor under her managerial control. Only reason is that I never flattered her or anyone, and was restrictive towards such things. #termination #unemployment #jobsearch #forcedlayoff
What can I do about a supervisor that just did not like me because of his own actions. He was alleged to have sexually harassed more than 3 women and when the higher ups asked what I knew he seen me talking to them and ever since I've had a target on my back. He has done everything in his power to get me to quit or to get fired. I tried to take vacation time and he denied it and now I'm out of points and lost my job because of him. Does anyone know what I can do about this. Also the 2 plant managers are very good friends with him and allowed him to keep his job even after 3 women came forward about him and there are numerous other issues with him I just tried to keep it short. Please help. Thank you
While Prelude was still Vivere, it was a rewarding position with what felt like stability. Vivere then sold to Prelude and things got a bit disorganized within senior leadership. Prelude then sold to another company and the entire Patient Finance team was let go with no warning.
Many places can terminate employee no matter what however maybe a case on discrimination or something that matter I know laws have change in each state. I am just wondering if you are out work because of covd_19 act can the employer still do that? I have talk about pass employment due to fact some say other hear about something and it goes to a human resources and if that a person use to work for the company and moved up they make sure your never getting any job . Is that right for a person to tell me never say something. I clearly only talk about I had a job I apply for it that job no where did it state I must work for another company. I wonder if any thing right or wrong nowadays. I know however I am reading fine print before even trying for another job. If by any means that one person said you have to work that other company is it subordination? If feel it is not .same building with many different branches of employment,( as in) ezmart, had it set of rule and under that it always has a burger king, and d Dunkin' donut. So to speak can I be force to work the others ?
I have detailed vehicles for over 15 years. I started September 2017 at All American ford detailing vehicles. My work space was out back. They eventually purchased a tent for me to work in when temperatures dropped. I worked alone except for maybe a year out of the 5. They gave me a raise after 5 years. I would have made more money than I ever have in my life. I've always struggled to make ends meet. This raise changed my life. I busted my butt for this company. Not only did I clean any vehicle they brought me, but also ran customers home while their vehicles were being worked on, dropped everything I was doing to check in the new vehicles that were delivered, drove hours to pick up a part, dropped vehicles off that had been worked on. Plenty of duties. I tried my best with them. Yes I was laid off not even a month after my fine raise. I see posts of them wishing their employees a happy birthday or happy employee anniversary. I had 5 birthdays and 5 employee anniversarys while there. My then boss wished me one happy birthday. I do take fault in me being laid off. I have horrible monthlys and no way could I get up and go clean vehicles. I would let them know I couldn't work that day. I finally after 20 years with no medical insurance received it through my husbands company the same month I was let go. Now I'm able to see a doctor about this problem of mine. Without warning I was let go at the end of my work day. They told me I was a great worker and a hard worker, but they needed someone fulltime. I had been a fulltime employee up until the last year. I asked if I could keep my job by working full time. They said no, but to let them know if there was anything they could do for me 🙄. In October I had to redo my application for new HR stuff and they didn't bother adding back into the system. I know this because I received my last pay stubs through the mail with my old address on it. So I was let go at the worst possible time. November 2nd was the day they said BYEEE. The first week of November is the anniversary of my 16 year old nieces death. This has messed my head up. Christmas is going to be thin this year. And I was looking forward to buying my kids and grand kids all kinds of awesome gifts. God showed me real quick that its not about things, it's about being with one another. So I've prayed for the All American family that I was certain I was a part of. Turns out I wasn't. For money is the root of all evil.
I've been wrongfully terminated due to COVID-19. I'm starting to suffer from long COVID issues and am fearful that if I don't get letigious I am not going to have a means to support myself in the near future. Can anyone help me with the proper avenue to follow to get something on the books? Thank you.
Don't fight the termination Just count your blessings and move on There is a big need for people with your skills all over the world 🌎 The world is yours" remember that. One door closes and another one opens. We need people like you in Texas! HOWDY "