Tonearm - 7:53 am on Oct 2, 2012 (gmt 0)
Shouldn't a terminated employee not be allowed to continue working at the company at all? I can imagine someone with "nothing to lose" could exhibit pretty bad behavior. Isn't it legal (California for example) to fire someone on the spot?
I think the point of the signed warnings is to avoid paying for unemployment somehow? Can anyone shed light on this? I'd really like to avoid paying unemployment in case he loses his other job as well.