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I received a call from a blind client and he filed a complaint against me to my manager for violating his canadian human right act against disabled people. I have just been fired. What happens after this?
I am thinking of buying a business and I want to fire the manager to take over the position of manager as well as owner. This will save the company money and help me to learn the business and have more control over customer relations. Is this legal? Do I have to pay severance? Manager makes $36,000 a year and has worked for 1.5 years roughly. Thanks.
I was on sick leave from the doctor due to high heart pressure, I went back because I was feeling okay. They fired me without notice on the spot and I have been an employee for 2.5 years. From my knowledge is that they have to give me 2 weeks notice prior to letting me go. Also I’m On sick leave and I’m not sure if there supposed to be doing that while on sick leave from the doctor.
I WAS FIRED FOR NO REASONS DURING MY PROBATORY PERIOD. I WORKED HARDER THAN THE REST OF THE TEAM AND I KNOW THAT WAS THE REAL CAUSE: THEY ASKED ME TO TAKE IT SLOW AND BE LAZY LIKE THEM, BUT I KEPT WORKING AS I USUAL DO IN ALL MY PREVIOUS JOBS. SO THE LAST THING I HEARD FROM HR IS THAT I WAS FIRED BECAUSE I DIDNT FIX, BUT THEY NEVER TOLD ME WHAT"FIX" MEANT FOR THEM?