California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
Ok, the situation is this: we received last week a letter of E-Vetify, and we unfortunatelly we need to terminate with some employyea due to they dont have legal papers, and we dont want a fine for that or the employee can has troubles too. So one of the employees started scanning documents from clients she is handling and calling them, that she wont continue being her processor, and she doesnt know what will happen with their cases. So the general manager told her yesterday, that please do not continue doing that. And today she did it again, and he told her, that was advised yesterday and she is not following instructions. So she got her bag and left crying.
Yes she is. And we told her last week that she can not continue working with us, due to the situation, that we received from immigration. Plus what i explained to you what happened yesterday and today.
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