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Bobby Reds

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See if you have ameeting scheduled were the bosses may choose to terminate your contract at the end of the meeting.

For my future and future job applications, is it better to have resigned from the job or to have had the contract terminated.

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Resign, ask your bosses if they will alow you to walk away first if they were to present you with your contract being terminated.

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why is the contract being terminated?

it is cos of something u did wrong or cos of cuts?

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always better to resign than to be fired

but are u 100% they are gna give u the sack?

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Regardless you dont have to disclose such information to your future employers

or just lie, they will be none the wiser

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Was part time job, but did this exact thing this week.

Had a disciplinary meeting scheduled for Tues, I knew for a fact that they were gonna fire me for gross misconduct.

So I handed my resignation in on Sun, didn't even bother going to meeting on tues and got a letter sent today confirming my immediate resignation as of the 6th , as I had stated in my resignation letter (I had a 2wks notcie period).

I didn''t really care about the job, but my previous store manager said she sort me a ref, so I'm still gonna leave it on my CV, but HR view it as left whilst under investigation.

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Got into a fight on shopfloor.

Meeting was based on allegations of Violent and threatening behaviour, although I was physically provoked still.

You know the store I worked at?? Imagine the customers faces when sh*t kicked off, LMAO.

Was gone for sure, they had the UK retail manager and CCTV all lined up for the meeting.

Other guy got fired, idiot went to the meeting thinking he stood a chance.

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fought a colleague? or customer?

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LMAO thought itd be a customer u man are f*cked

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why did you fight tho? c'mon man spill the beans

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Banter gone to far, warned the guy about it, 3 weeks he pissed me off and lost it on shopfloor.

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:lol: that is f*ck*ng jokes

Imagine bopping into Hugo Boss and seeing two workers swinging it out

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^^^them ones.

allow fighting over that sh*t though, its not worth losing your job over. but seeing as you said you didnt care about the job then its debateable lol.

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In hindsight obviously not the smartest thing to do,

but trust me if you knew the full story anyone would have reacted the way I did when he first violated, I bly'd it bcos of work.

Second time, guyman had to be wrapped up.

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u got to tell us what he said though

or least what tipped u over the edge?

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Lets put this way, it was bad enough for me to feel no way about jumping before I was pushed.

Second incident was nothing really, but he didn't listen and I reacted.

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Still too vague bro, just tell us the story.

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story man, whole story one time.

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