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Alana33
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Always try to treat someone the way you would like to be treated.

Did you actually get fired from your job or because you signed a contract with them you can't get out of it and/or work for another company until the date on contract expires?

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Posted : November 7, 2014 7:39 pm
Tiberius
(@Tiberius)
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"Try reading the other thread on Employment Attorney before you open you cake hole."

Fair enough, but at what point do you pass all your problems to everyone else? Are you leasing a car that you'll just leave at the airport with the windows down? Have bills at Schneider that you'll bail on and make the rest of us pay via our taxes? Child support going to be late or not coming, etc? In reading the other thread - yes, sh!tty experiences, and sounds like you've received the short end on that one. Don't let your "fix" to that problem just turn into other peoples' problems.

You're other peoples problems.

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Posted : November 10, 2014 12:07 pm
Tiberius
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Ya know what? Since it's a common practice for employers to dick people around more here than in the states, landlords better get used to it.

And now you're losing credibility. I've offered my help but if you're going to retort with an attitude, go your merry way and deal with it as you deem fit.

THE VI is losing credibility because of situations like his.

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Posted : November 10, 2014 12:09 pm
caribstx
(@caribstx)
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Oh come on...the VI has no credibility whatsoever. Never has, never will.

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Posted : November 10, 2014 12:11 pm
OldTart
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Ya know what? Since it's a common practice for employers to dick people around more here than in the states, landlords better get used to it.

And now you're losing credibility. I've offered my help but if you're going to retort with an attitude, go your merry way and deal with it as you deem fit.

THE VI is losing credibility because of situations like his.

Historically that's simply not true. The labor laws were revised a couple of decades ago to better protect the employee where before they were very much skewed in favor of the employer. The situation throughout the US has deteriorated concomitantly with at will" employment now being the norm.

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Posted : November 10, 2014 12:36 pm
JohnnyU
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The Island of Misfit Toys...

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Posted : November 10, 2014 1:05 pm
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