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Knowing Your Rights Regarding Forced Resignations

If you feel like you’re being forced to sign a resignation letter courtesy of your employer providing it, a piece on AOL Jobs attempts to set the record straight with several important items to think about.

1. Are you being offered a package? If you’re not, what’s the benefit to your resignation? The piece suggests letting them fire you instead so you’ll “at least get unemployment.” Read more

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Employee Gets Fired for Posting Paycheck Photo on Instagram

We’ve heard about getting fired for an inappropriate tweet or Facebook post but now Instagram has joined the game.

Our friends at Gothamist reported that Wade Groom, the top salesperson for the U.S. branch of Lacoste, posted a picture of his paycheck to Instagram.

As you can imagine, the corporate office in France was less than pleased and said it was a breach of the employee confidentiality agreement. Read more

Employees Get Fired For Ditching the Flu Shot Mandate

Every now and then we come across an employment-related news story that makes us do a double-take.

This is one of them.

As posted on AOL Jobs, TriHealth fired 150 of its employees the Wednesday before Thanksgiving for not complying with a mandate.

What type of mandate, you ask? Well, the Ohio-based health center had a mandate for every single member of its work force to get the flu vaccine. Keep in mind it was being offered for free on its premises. All of the employees were apparently given one month to comply with the mandate. Read more