Would the statement have to be written and who would have to make it. CEO, VP, Director etc. Who would be considered a third party in this case. And is there other options in this case. What if it affect a promotion.
One more question. I was asked to resign today or be discharged for poor performance. They told me they were open to discuss a better severance package then what they presently offered me, since I was not in agreement with their terms. Today was my last day.
They offered me 4 weeks salary (total 11K), and a recommendation if I released them of any claims. I was forced to resign or be terminated for poor performance. I felt that I should receive 6 to 12 months to resign. My performance was never the issue until these accusations came-up, the reason was clearly to move away from their handling of this issue in my opinion. I had been acting as the interim Plant Manager since April of this year and that it would be offical this month until this.
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