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If you quit your job can your employer fire you?

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2007-07-06 03:03:34

One way or the other, you have left the job. If you quit, then

you pick the time and date. But, you are not eligible for

unemployment or other training. If they fire you, the time is not

of your choosing but you may (depending) be eligible for

unemployment. Most people have been fired at one time or another,

sad to say. At subsequent interviews, try to stay positive about

the company and be clear about what you gained in experience at

that job. If the firing is your fault--attendance or performance

issues, sort that out so that you don't repeat unacceptable

behaviors.


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