"Letting you go" still is too harsh.
February 4, 2013 3:52 PM Subscribe
What do I need to know about if I'm fired?
posted by anonymous to Work & Money (25 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
Despite being told that I'm fantastic at what I do and that I do flawless work, I've been put on a performance plan at work due to compliance. My objective deliverables I need to do to satisfy this plan is to do several sessions of re-training and to be more responsive on email.
It seems a little subjective to me - they want me responding to emails in real time essentially.
I feel like I can do this, and I've been given two weeks to resolve this.
However, if I end up being "let go" anyway despite all this, what do I need to know about my rights? What do I need to do? I feel the terms are unfair and misrepresenting me, but how do I prevent this from messing up future career opportunities?
I'm in MA and have documented everything including printed emails, etc.