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Nancy Macchia
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over 6 months ago

Leaving a stable position for a new opportunity can be a risk. I took that risk and uprooted my life based on promises made during the interview. However, my position was terminated due to changes in the company's COVID testing. Now, I find myself in financial turmoil and uncertain job prospects. Was this wrongful termination? The impact on my life has been devastating. #WrongfulTermination

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Sophia Mack
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over 6 months ago

I have my employer on recording stating that he would not fight my unemployment after he fired me. Well now I am fighting through appeals because he in fact did deny my unemployment. Anyone have similar situation and how did things turn out? Any recommendations of any kind? #wrongfultermination

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R Clethen
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over 6 months ago

Was fired after 7 years from a non profit after a survey was done about our leadership so we shared our honest opinions and people started geting fired for made up reasons smh sad. #termination #nonprofit

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Mac Krazie
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over 6 months ago

In November 2021, I submitted a request to use a personal day to partake in Communion services. After being denied and taking my request further up the chain, my request was eventually approved. However, the manager issued a stern warning: "Be careful running things up the chain, because you'll get a target on your back." After returning the following Tuesday, I began experiencing retaliatory acts by both Management and Senior Management, including being placed on "forced" medical leave. The situation culminated in February 2022, when my employment was terminated based upon false allegations, which were made by the best friend of the Senior Manager's wife. Unless you: want your Constitutionally-guaranteed rights violated and/or disregarded; love being spoken to like a child by someone who is young enough to BE your child; love being worked like a dog with no appreciation; having to work a 9- to 11-hour shift with only a 30-minute break, then FedEx Express' Memphis World Hub is NOT an ideal place to work!

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Shelby Lynn Arneson
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over 6 months ago

The same offer of quitting instead of being fired. Others who were as sick as me were offered to quit so they could be rehired once the Covid was over. #wrongfultermination #management #mythoughts #unemployment #coronavirus

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Amrabi Kadrazhiyeva
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over 6 months ago
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Christina C
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over 6 months ago

Does everyone get an additional $600 in addition to their unemployment or is there some kind of criteria that has to be met? #unemployment #wrongfultermination

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Tim Smith
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over 6 months ago

Any interest in helping bring a story out into the public involving the wrongful termination and slander of an employee and the company’s attempt to cover it up involving corruption within the District Attorneys office, local police department, and a local lawyer? This person has been fighting a corrupt local system for 3 1/2 years including an 11-1 mistrial in his favor of not guilty near the end of the 3rd year . The state is objecting to the motion to dismiss and a retrial date is pending #wrongfultermination

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Ben Williams
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over 6 months ago

I was wrongfully terminated by the management at Olympic steel, Iowa division. 2 weeks from my 7 year anniversary. And they owe me my acquired vacation time and a pay raise that was never applied. I've held many roles there. Overhead crane operator, forklift operator, floor supervisor, scheduling supervisor ,safety committee, first responders,and all those little details that go with those positions. My current position was senior cnc Pressbrake machinists. So my wife ended up having a cancerous tumor the size of a big grapefruit. Well I had missed work going to different doctors trying to diagnose her then went on fmla. I was told that from the gm to the floor supervisors had a meeting's trying to figure out how to stop from being able to use it. Anyway the mgt. Team down there are very vindictive, deceitful, two faced, hostile and a couple even an affair..yuck..they will say you did/didn't do something just to right you up if you're not in they're click....anyway I was told by people that I could trust of what was said about me and how they were to somehow get me out the door. They have defiled my character, covering up the real reason why they wanted me gone..because of the fmla. And have not given me what's owed me. And just by Iowa law they are in violation. Just for that..cooperate office in Bedford heights, Ohio is no different...you can't any thing far as they're policies because they can't follow them...I need help going after this company..also spread the about real Olympic steel....now at 50 years old I have to start over again..because they straight up fabricated a story......PLEASE HELP....

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Fred Turner
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over 6 months ago

I recently was selected for a position that started yesterday. The position was not in the local area and required relocation. During the interview process, j was told that it would be possible to work remotely for a month or so, giving me time to gather funds to relocate. I did the normal background check, drug test, and admin paperwork without any issues. Took 1 week and had to wait around for another week till my start date of 6 May (yesterday).During my time of waiting to start, I sent emails inquiring about how the remote work process works as I have not received any further information. Normally, I would have instructions to be expecting a company laptop, etc. We'll, the Friday prior to start date the only response I received was that I was to start at 9 am on Monday and that there was an inquiry for remote work. Up in further requests for clarification, no response was provided.

So, come Monday morning I was okn the phone at 7 am, 2 hours before I was expected to start, trying to still get some idea of what was actually expected of me. By 10 am, I fijnally learned that I needed to complete 2 weeks of training, whjich was only onsite. The recruiting firm attempted to rent a car for me and make arrangements for a two weeks stay but did it incorrectly, preventing me from obtaining necessary transportation, lodging etc. By the end of Monday, I was told that I needed to report by 9 am next day or they would pass on my employment. We'll, I had no way to get there. Tried looking into taking a bus, train, Craigslist timeshare, and available friends that could drive me to location, which was about three hours away. Anyways, a position in had turned into a situation of unemployment. I also passed on two other solid possibilities for this job. I have one question, is there any legal issues that I can lean on because this has been very unfair and has left me in a bad situation. Employer is located in California; however, I reside in Nevada. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

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