reduction in force.
From the ashes.
From the ashes.
a belief that it is in the best interest of one of the two parties involved in a voluntary association is all the reason necessary.
should a person legally be required to cite a reason to end a romantic relationship with a person?
I don't see any real difference in those two activities and from a legal perspective there shouldn't be, so long as all parties are in the private sector.
I believe, just as the employee person may "cause themselves to work elsewhere," on a whim, and without providing any reason to the employer for doing so, the employer person may "cause the employee to work elsewhere," also with no reason or cause given.
A company, by virtue of being what it is, can survive, even thrive, after it fires an employee.
But after being fired, it's much harder for the former employee to find new work compared to having been laid off, and, especially in today's lingering damaging effects from the recession that's "supposedly" over, it can soon be a question of having a roof over one's head or even eating or not for the truly laid-off employee who was wrongfully fired and without given reason, and thus can't receive unemployment insurance and is without life-supporting income until new work is found.
And, because of the stigma of being fired, it makes it all that much harder on the employee to find work and survive afterward.
Losing one's job can really be life-threatening soon thereafter to the employee. But firing an employee is just about always not life-threatening to the company/employer.
These factors need to be rightly weighed in deciding the topical matter, which I contend is most fairly to be judged on a liberty and justice basis for both parties, so that neither has either infringed.
Wihout a truthful reason being provided the employee for the firing, the employee does not know which recourse of contesting to the proper authorities to pursue.
This greatly harms the former employee, reducing the employee's justice while increasing the employer's freedom beyond equal measure.
Last edited by Ontologuy; 05-03-12 at 12:54 PM.
When the election is over and we open our eyes, it will sadly be too late to wonder what the hell just happened.