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Wrongful Termination. Employer: Georgia Architectural Stone,

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Wrongful Termination.
Employer: Georgia Architectural Stone, 200 Georgia Marble Lane, Tate GA 30177,
Date of Hire: 02/02/2013.
Date Terminated: 03/16/2015.
Reasons for termination as noted in discharge papers: "Performance Reasons".
Prior warnings: None.
Write ups : None.
Any negative assessments: None.
Applied for Unemployment after being terminated.
Department of Labor approved unemployment claim and noted the following as a result of investigations:
1. No warnings were given.
2. No evidence to support Employers claim of "Poor Performance".
I recently got a formal job offer from Oxblue. ($75000 Annual Salary) and was to start on August 10, 2015.
When Oxblue realized i was fired from Georgia Architectural Stone, offer was rescinded.
Employment terms with Georgia Architectural stone included a base salary of $50000 and an annual bonus of $7500 if company met its objectives. Company paid the bonus the first year.
For second year I had asked for the bonus 2 days before termination.
Claim agains former employer:
1. $7500 bonus
2. Loss of income
3. Loss of job offer
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Employment Law
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