what about if the on sight manager never answers the security number on weekends or after hours unless you know what room he is in? and if u call 911 because u cant get ahold of him he calls just before office opens to find out whats going on?
yes your told when u move in that if u need any asstence to call 500 or 501 80% of the time it will go to laundry after hours. I have ran in too many people in loby that cant check in and i tell them what room he is in and they get help. what about dereliction of duty office dose nothing about this drunk? every day i see him go to liquer store everyday.
Hello Kevin, You could sue for breach of contract then if this was guaranteed in your rental contract.
Unfortunately, you cannot force the office to terminate the employee for 'dereliction of duty' or any other reason. (Dereliction of duty is a military term and has no meaning in employment law or any other area of law).
how do i find the right lawer to help me?
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