You are working at a company that is facing massive cutback. But instead of laying people off, the QA (quality assessment) is heightened to make life uncomfortable to encourage employees to quit or get fired to avoid unemployment compensation and layoff taxes. Would you quit if jobs are hard to find, or would you stick out the job?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:00 PM on Apr. 6, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by Anonymous at 1:03 PM on Apr. 6, 2010
Answer by armywife2009101 at 1:09 PM on Apr. 6, 2010
Answer by Ash9724 at 1:09 PM on Apr. 6, 2010
My husband in going through this right now. They asked for people to take early retirement but most can't afford to. The now brought in inspectors to watch your every move. It's a sleazy way to run a business.
Answer by Anonymous at 1:10 PM on Apr. 6, 2010
What a sh*tty thing to do. I would think that in certain states that if they don't apply this rule across the board and only apply it to certain employees that this could be considered constructive discharge and they would be eligible for benefits even if they quit (that is, if they can prove constructive discharge).
Answer by QuinnMae at 3:02 PM on Apr. 6, 2010
anon, your DH should document how much time they are watching him compared to the other employees.
Answer by QuinnMae at 3:03 PM on Apr. 6, 2010
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