Should I fill out the problem resolution process?
A: If you have been terminated, then there is no problem resolution process, because your former employer has no duty to assist you further in any manner.Should I send you a copy of the problem resolution process?
A: I don't see any reason to review the document.
What do I need to look for while applying for another job, such as, be up-front and tell them what happen or?
A: You don't have to say anything about your prior employment. If you're asked, you can simply say that it was time to move on.
Please advice and please provide your thoughts?
A: There's nothing to do, other than to seek new employment. You owe the former employer nothing -- and it owes you nothing.
Hope this helps.
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