Sorry I'm his wife and have lots of questions :-( the word we were looking for earlier was "vested" by this time with his pension he would be vested ---- do you know if any of the prestigious medical entities having these types of issues?
I don't understand how a corportaion can just arbitrarily hire you and then discard you without advising - that just doesn't make sense - and after my husband has been over there time after time to seek HR's assistance he's been given the run-a-round. I believe someone was checking into his records and they advised that something wasn't right - that his file didnt make sense and that he shows in the global address book as an employee not a contractor - he has e-mail address and both a work phone and cell phone issued to him as well a laptop and like stated before he is told what to do - he doen't get a 1099 - he deosn't own his own business - and he submits his time cards to his department manager. Earlier in his employment he was always part of any meeting events and lately they started excluding him - people have advised him that his HR file isnt right - but whenever he asks questions the answers he gets aren't straight - we got wind that someone in the corportation advised the people looking in this situation to leave it alone - We just don't know what step to take next :-( maybe a lawyer who will only take a percentage of any winnings vs charging a fee (we pretty much out of money since he hasn't been working) :-(
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