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You bought yourself $30.00. Thank you. A folow up or two if you don't mind.
The company gives severence pay of one week per year worked. If I resign, under duress or not, what are my chances of receiving severence? what if I resign and give no or little notice?
The VP of personel "coached my wife on how to handle a EEOC issue (he did not like the answer she gave him when he asked about the situaton. She said " I think it is a training issue". He blew up and used the word coaching with her. Then he did the same with the manager of purchasing who told my wife what happeded and there was evidence that the VP mentioned to him that he had "coached Kris" as well.
Messed up isn't it. This has got to be illegal.
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Got the reply for severence. I'll be happy to cough a few more bucks after you look at the q's about EEOC. Depending on the answer (if I have a suite to file) I may have to give you a big bonus.
CRH is the parent conpany - more thatn 80,000 employees. Revenue of 24.4 billion in 2006. North american diviosons 6,500 employees. Our division ~1800 and ~240 million. Parent company located in Ireland. Purchased us ~2 years ago.
Hostile, story told to me by my boss about a former employee at a formaer job that he had to take out back. Wife just reminded me that he said that to me while I was in a wheelchair. (if I highlighted every violationin the code of conduct manual I would run out of ink....) My group had to remove sexulally explicit photos from my boses laptop. Lots more if we go further. Lots more items that are important to me but not as clear cut.