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So I was Laid Off…..After Three Weeks…..

So I was Laid Off.....After Three Weeks.....

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Talking to Someone Who’s Been Laid Off

A how to guide. Addition: Number 5, Don’t tell me you’re jealous of my time off. Being laid off is not vacation. It sucks ass. My Explanation of where I’ve b…
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Laid Off, Laid Low: Political and Economic Consequences of Employment Insecurit
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Does It Matter If You Get Laid Off From A Job?

Question by anonymous: Does It Matter If You Get Laid Off From A Job?
I Used To Be A Cashier At JC Penney. But, I Got Laid Off. I’m Not Sure Why, Though. But, I’ve Put JC Penney As A Refrence On Job Applications. But, I Never Get Called.

Besides The Economic Crisis, Are They Not Calling Me For An Interview, Because I’ve Been Laid Off? Does It Matter? Does That Refrence Still Help Me? Or What It Be Better Not To Put It As A Refrence.

By The Way I Worked About A Month Or Less.

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Answer by PiggiePants
Being laid off means you lost your job through no fault of your own, due to workforce reduction, company reorganization or closure, etc. It does not reflect badly on your resume as would a termination or firing. The job market is very tight right now, so it could take a while to land a new job. Just keep applying. As long as you were not fired for cause, and are sure you will get a good reference from Penneys, you should keep the job on your applications since it shows you have some experience working.

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Laid Off and Crazy Happy

Laid Off and Crazy Happy

Laid Off and Crazy Happy

Author Andy Weisberg chronicles his transformation from corporate executive to “Houseband”, detailing the ups and downs of the journey and his unique perspective for dealing with it all. Chapters range from routine housekeeping tasks to the nature of time and space, with some especially valuable ideas on work and play. With plenty of exercises for readers to experiment with, anyone that does any kind of work can benefit from Andy’s useful advice and celebrated example. And for those who find themselves spending more and more time at home, either as a result of a layoff or by choice, this is the quintessential commentary on enjoying it to the fullest.

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Fired, Downsized, or Laid Off : What Your Employer Doesn’t Want You to Know…

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was i wrongfully laid off?

Question by wyte529: was i wrongfully laid off?
Ive worked for an apartment complex for almost 3 years making $ 9 an hr, i decided to just recently take a week vacation, ( after giving a 48 day notice.) my first in those 3 years. upon returning to work my boss told me i was being laid off, saying that an outside contractor was hired to do the same job i do, but cheaper. however also stating that i was an exceptional employee. there were only 4 ppl working for the company, one in which was hired about a year after me. He was able to keep his job even tho i was with the company a year longer. this other guy is the bosses daughters boyfriend and to me it doesn’t seem right that i lost my job when i was a good employee and had more seniority. The manager stated that he wouldn’t deny me unemployment, but i would also no longer be able to reside at the apartment complex which i have lived and worked for the last 3 years, even if i paid full rent like a normal tenant. i feel as if i was wrongfully terminated/laid off, does anyone agree, or know if i should hire an attorney?? Thanks i appreciate it.

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Answer by The Dweeb
I hate to say this, but forget it. Unless you had an employment contract or you were part of a Union, you have no grounds.

Good luck in everything. Sorry my news was bad.

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Reason for leaving? Laid off.?

Question by Emma: Reason for leaving? Laid off.?
I am applying to a new position and recently ‘left’ my part-time job (still employed fulltime at other position). It was working in a fast paced environment and my managers said they didn’t feel I was fast enough after working there for six months. My employeer talked to me and said there had never been any complaints about me and the girls said I did a great job, but there was a fear I wasn’t fast enough. So, I was let go. She said I could use her as a reference in future employement.

So, under reason for leaving, what should I put. Laid off? Would that be appropriate?

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Answer by Maria
Yes, to say on an application that you were laid off is appropriate.

If there were no complaints, and only a concern about something that may or may not happen, you may have a case for wrongful dismissal. Did they document that you weren’t meeting expected output? Had you been given training and coaching for being more efficient or productive? If none of those things happened, and the official reason for you no longer being employed there is being “not fast enough” then they didn’t follow proper procedure in letting you go. However, if your position was eliminated, and no one hired to fill your spot, then you were truly laid off.

Still, in presenting yourself to prospective employers, simply say you were laid off. In this economy especially, it’s unlikely there would be any more discussion on that topic in an interview or afterward. Just keep the details to yourself.

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