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My father was terminated from his management position of 25 years, he is 2 years from retirement. Company states grounds for termination: repeated violations of policies of LAC, including and in particular its safety policies. Failure to address woks place harassment policy as per bill 168. continuing issues to ship per company guidlines. only documentation received, letter of termination dated march 19 2019, another letter stating suspension but not dated and not signed by the employee.
I’ve been in a company for 19 years and in temporary laid off because of shortage of work and didnt get any package from the company,. Can i go after them to get something?
Hi I am looking to sue my employer for firing me as I left a job to work for him, told him my availability when he hired me (which was agreed on by him at the time), but was subsequently fired after being consistantly pushed to work far more hours than I had available. They had a meeting with me and told me that we would have to part ways and I left, understanding I had been fired. I followed up for an roe as my husband is disabled and all circumstances of my income have to be reported to them and the require me to pursue such things as ei, for which I needed an roe. It's been miscategorized to express that I quit due to caregiver responsibilities. This was never the case and I am looking to sue to have this corrected, but am confused as to whether I am making my case against the store owner (my employer) who directly fired me, the corporation or both. Can you please advise?
After going on medical leave for depression and a relapse I was fired a week after returning. I was asking to have my hours cut to part time so I could seek help for myself and also have the time to deal with family court and was refused. Shortly after that i was fired. I asked why and was told they dont have to give me a reason.