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Old 07-11-2018, 09:44 AM
 
Location: NJ
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Originally Posted by MechaMan View Post
That to me indicates an incompetent employer
its funny how some people like to declare other people "incompetent" because things didnt work out perfectly.

hiring isnt easy. inevitably, you end up firing some of your new hires because it didnt work out. nobody wants to do it because 1. its not fun firing people and 2. it means you need to start interviewing to find a new person. but its just not possible to get it right every time.

in this case, the OP can be compensated by collecting unemployment.

i periodically get people who say that they will sue me and say that they have a lawyer. it almost never goes beyond that. generally speaking, i understand the law a lot better than almost any employee is going to and i am aware of avoiding violating it during the entire process. lawyers dont want to waste their time with losing cases (and cases with very little damages).
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