On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 3:24 PM, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
As I said above, he wouldn't be working a
month's notice if he had
You correctly qualified that with "In my experience people don't
usually" the first time.
In any case, the difference between "laid off" and "fired" is often
quite blurry, and people certainly often get notice when being "laid
"Resigned by mutual agreement" is more
I don't know. With the unemployment rate in the double digits, it's
often better to refuse to sign that "resignation by mutual agreement"
letter. I wouldn't venture a guess one way or the other.
either a) he didn't fit in in the office, b) the job turned out to be
not quite what he was expecting or c) he had some kind of major change
of plan. None of those options really makes for a good rumour.
Being the head of office IT support for a bunch of techies is always a