Is constructive discharge the same as constructive retirement?
1. According to Wikipedia: "In employment law, constructive dismissal, also called constructive discharge, is where an employee resigns due to their employer's behaviour. The employee must prove that the behaviour was unfair � that the employer's actions amounted to a fundamental breach of contract or the law." 2. no. so just hope he is a fast runner.
If after giving my employer letter of Constructive discharge AZ - You will not get a written responce if you are not at work tomorrow you will be fired - Can I sue them for that and original issues?
What if they wouldn't approve your retirement after 30 years service in the Air Force and left with an honorable discharge can you still apply for a retirement?
Retirement nets you an honourable discharge, but not all honourably discharged personnel are retirees. If you enlist for three, four, etc. years, perform your duties like you're supposed to, and decide not to reenlist, you're discharged when your contract expires. You receive an honourable discharge based on the character of your service. Someone who retires still receives such a discharge, but now we're talking about someone who has reenlisted multiple times, and will be collecting…
Railroad retirement benegits are subject to Federal Income tax. Tier 1 of Railroad retirement has the same treatment regarding income taxes as does Social Security benefits. Tier 2 of Railroad Retirement benefits are subject to Federal income tax just like other company pensions. Railroad Retirement Unemployment benefits receive the same tax requirements as do State unemployment benefits.
After service in the army a solider could expect first, his discharge, and along with the discharge any savings he had acquired. Half of any donative given to the soldier over the course of his enlistment had to be put into a savings account and was given to him upon retirement. Depending on the times, he was also given land or a cash bonus. Sometimes he was given a house and settled in a veterans'…
They must in phase and must have at least approximately the same frequency. If the two waves are in phase and have the same frequency, then they will have continuous constructive interference. If the two waves have different, but similar, frequencies then they will alternate between constructive and destructive interference.
Constructive service is that time period between reenlistment and the end of the prior enlistment. This time (in days past) could be credited towards an individuals retirement date up to a maximum of 18 months over a career. This meant that one could enlist and serve 18.5 years and retire at 50% of base pay. (Having been credited with 20 years of active service)