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.
No, its your job if you want to quit then quit but no-one can force you.
He is asking you to quit your job, so that he doesn't have to fire you.
The employer can revise job duties at will - absent a union contract prohibiting that. But no employer can compel you to work. You are free to quit ans find a better deal. That is called employment at will - you are free to quit with no notice or explanation; the employer can fire you with no notice or explanation.
No, they can fire you,but to try to make you quit is just absurd.
If you were doing your job there would be no reason for your employer to threaten to fire you.
yes the employer can hired you back IF YOU AGREE
This is Canadian Law: An employer cannot fire an employee if they are ill and when that employee returns to work they can change jobs in the company where they can cope. If you quit a job then the employer has no responsibility towards that employee.
Your employer can fire you with or without reason, unless it violates a statute.
NO! Definitely not if your medical condition is effecting your work you can choose to quit but they cannot fire you .
No, they are under no obligation to find you a job.
Not if they're your own tools - that would be theft.
No. not if you quit. For one to collect UI, they must have been laid off by the employer. The UI office will verify the information with the employer. If you voluntarily quit, you are not eligible for unemployment insurance.