Here’s what to do the moment your company tries to fire you.
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By: Chou Hai-wei, a Taipei-based legal consultant
What should you do once you learn you’ve been fired? I have received plenty of these cases recently – and have noticed that those who come to me for advice only ask questions after they lose their jobs. Few people think ahead and prepare for that worst-case scenario of being laid off. This article will help you do that.
I am going to talk about what one should do before, and after, one is fired. Let’s say one is told they will be laid off – then, one week later, told they will be fired. Although courts and governing authorities significantly protect laborers, the expenses and time involved in fighting a case in court are unbearably prohibitive. Unless there is absolutely no alternative, I do not recommend taking your case to court. [FULL STORY]