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I broke my arm in a car accident which required surgery i got fired days later i was telling them prior to the accident i could not do all the things they wanted me to do due to lack of equipment when they fired me they also said i wasnt doing the jop properly based off the lack of equipment
Am I entitled to my Email / Internal Instant Message conversations and calendar after my employment is terminated
I was accused of disparaging the company I worked for an therefore was terminated . I have been an employee for the company for 3 months and 2 weeks. The company had also misled me to believe I would earn a certain amount for each project completed, however when I questioned them I was denied for receiving that and the words were twisted around. I am leaving money on the table along with being accused for leaking information clients are using against the company which I have not.
I was fired after I made a mistake on the debit machine in regard to charging someone less than what I was supposed to, by mistake. I was told 3 times about the mistake I had been making which I ended up explaining to my boss that it had been due to the previous machine that I was so used to. We fixed the issue and I accidentally made a fatal mistake that ended up costing me my job. I have severe anxiety disorder and mild depression, which my boss had been informed of on multiple occasions. My severe anxiety disorder often causes me to have issues where I often forget what I have done due to high-stress situations. In addition, I had offered to pay for the mistakes that I had made and my boss had refused my efforts to make up for my mistakes. He fired me over the phone after I had finished my shift out of nowhere. Am I entitled to severance? What should I do in this situation?
I had a workplace injury on my right knee that has required two surgery’s. On the day that a return to work meeting with employer and wsib was scheduled my employer called me to cancel meeting and proceeded to say that I was terminated. Once wsib found out they contacted my employer and educated them on the consequences in doing this. Now the employer does not want to terminate and has offered a job that is a demotion and a 40 percent decrease in pay. Wsib wants me to take the position. I do not plan on returning to an employer that terminated over the phone nor would I accept this demotion. In need of advice on what to do.