by emailer  24/05/2005  2357 Page Views
0 Comments  Employment law, compensation law

Recently my position as a supervisor was terminated, the termination letter has multiple points which are false and I feel, along with many others at my former workplace it was unfair.

Regardless of my feelings, I have documentation from my former employer which claims I was on probation etc. when I wasn't, there is no documentation or any signed agreements between myself and my former employer stating I was on probation.

As a result of my supervisor position being terminated, I had to resign.

I understand resigning from a position is one thing, but effectively I was terminated from my management position and thus resigned from my general employee position, not management.

I would appreciate some advice on this matter.

Thank you, Ryan