No, there was no contract.
No, I do not believe it was discrimination. I believe it was because I stuck up for myself and because I am a bottle feeder they did not like it, I was viewed as reliable, knowledgble and cooperative, the first time I spoke up for being treated poorly, they attacked. This hospital had a reputation for doing this; early this year a union was voted in in a certain department for secretaries, nurses and technicians, it was voted in due to low pay and lack of respect, which is what happened to me. Also, they strung me along for 4 yrs as a per diem worker. Everything about what happened to me was unfair and unjust. Also, how can I collect unemployment if I was terminated in NYS.
Thank you I kind of thought that, can I qualify for unemployment for being treated unfairly?
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