I’m willing to bet that each of us has experienced ‘the boot’ at least once in our career for whatever reason. Most employment is ‘at will’ so you can fire your boss ‘at will’ just as easily as they can fire you ‘at will.’ However, their way of doing it is an attempt to avoid law suit and unemployment benefit payout. So use caution.
Great article – check it out at Reader’s Digest online: What Your HR Person Won’t Tell You About Being Fired
Rockefeller, Bono Mack seek explanations from Facebook.
Gotta read the full article to appreciate the last paragraph… a real CHARM.
““Facebook has never been the poster child for security,” Steinberg says. “This situation reinforces that concept. If some form of beach occurred and information that you configured to be viewable by only your friends became viewable by the entire world it is unlikely that Facebook is going to compensate you. But they can gather information about you and advertise to you. In many ways, you are Facebook’s product, not its customer.””
BofA lawsuit centers on secrets at Merrill « HousingWire.
Wednesday, October 12th, 2011, 8:40 am
“The Schwab S&P 500 Index investment fund filed a multibillion-dollar lawsuit against Bank of America (BAC: 6.19 -0.48%) and its former CEO Ken Lewis this week, claiming the bank’s former leadership hid losses at Merrill Lynch from shareholders and made material misrepresentations about Merrill before acquiring the investment bank three years ago.”
Me thinks B of A is in big heaps o’trouble.