Re: FWD: Getting out of a bad situation

Subject: Re: FWD: Getting out of a bad situation
From: "Jane" <judydh -at- total -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 13:09:42 -0000

To Anonymous: try to quit before you're fired, if you have any proof with
you that you were having a hard time from your supervisor, and proof that
you've been looking for a job for a while. You are probably just as likely
to get employment insurance in a bad situation that you quit, than one in
which you're fired. Plus, politically, it's better, even though you *can*
walk out with your head up either way.

I have a question. In the instance that someone is fired from a situation
like Anonymous described, or any firing, for that matter, are people going
to back away from providing a reference? If so, why, if they had nothing to
do with the firing and had no issues of their own with the employee?

Also, if your Canadian references are actually harming you, what recourse do
you have?

I've even heard of the officer of a company phoning all the HR departments
of their clients to slag off an employee that was looking for a new job, to
try to prevent them from getting a job with their product experience.

Thanks,

Jane






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