Am I being discriminated at my job? Please HELP!!!! - page 3

by pinkdustmagic28 4,158 Views | 27 Comments

Hello! I'm a new LVN who works in a psych facility, I have been working there for two years, the first year I worked there part time as a CNA while getting through the LVN program, after I got my LVN license in May I got hired as... Read More


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    If she resigns, she will forfeit any chance at unemployment. If the market didn't sukc so bad, that would maybe not be an issue. And either/or, she's not going to get a very nice reference. Lot to think about.
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    hello there I actually tried to resign last Friday but the DON did not let me, she informed me that she was thinking of terminating me, I was terminated yesterday


    Quote from lfarmz
    Another thought, try to take the option of resigning if it comes down to that. You don't want future employers asking why you were fired. Especially if its not truly warranted. Good luck
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    Quote from SuzieVN
    If she resigns, she will forfeit any chance at unemployment. If the market didn't sukc so bad, that would maybe not be an issue. And either/or, she's not going to get a very nice reference. Lot to think about.
    Hello suzie I wasn't allow to resign, as I stated last week I was informed I was going to be terminated on the 4th and I indeed was terminated yesterday, the DON informed that they are going to fight my unemployment so I don't know if I'm going to be able to win this, I feel so depressed and tired of this, I won't have no other source of income if I don't get unemployment and I don't think I will be finding a job any time soon so depressing
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    I know it's easier than said, but don't get yourself down! Look at it this way, there is something better out there than this place of work! Pick yourself up, dust yourself off and be confident in knowing that you are fully equipped in finding a better job that knows your worth, and appreciates you!
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    Only an 'idiot' manager would choose to fire a person rather than allow them (BEG, them even) to resign.
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    How were you not "allowed" to resign?

    You only had to write a letter on 30 March stating you were resigning effective upon receipt, keep a copy and hand it in.

    End of.
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    Quote from Fiona59
    How were you not "allowed" to resign?

    You only had to write a letter on 30 March stating you were resigning effective upon receipt, keep a copy and hand it in.

    End of.
    I went to the DON office on the 29th and I personally told her I was resigning and she stated that if I resign it was going to be abandonment of employment because they had nobody to cover my shift, then she stated well just wait until the 4th we thinking of terminating you anyways, I think it was kind of good she didn't let me re-sign because if I had re-sign I wouldn't be able to get unemployment, now that I got fired I might have a chance to get it.
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    @pinkdustmagic - we strongly urge you to contact an attorney. We can't provide legal advice, but wish you the best.


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