Employers should be able to terminate any employment agreement in the first 3 months without giving a reason?
On average, everyone is neutral with significant nonconsensus between 75 voters.
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Employers should be able to terminate any employment agreement in the first 3 months without giving a reason
Reasons To Disagree
I don't think this is fair. The employer should give the employee a reason because they might be discriminating against a person and no one will ever know and we cannot discriminate against others because its against the law
20 March 2008
Reasons To Agree
Yes - it will encourage emplyers to give a potential employee the chance to prove his worth without saddling the employer with an un-sackable layabout.
18 August 2006
The fact that employers aren't compelled to give a reason doesn't mean that they cannot give one. We could hope that both employer and employee are reasonable people who could reach an amicable parting of the ways.
18 August 2006
Provided - and this is an important qualifier,I feel - that measures as to notice, payouts etc still apply.
14 November 2006
Employers should be able to fire on the spot.
7 June 2008
If someone is a good worker why would you get rid of him. If someone is an asshole boss why would you work for him
2 July 2009
Reasons for Remain Neutral
Why don't we make the rules for firing apply to resigning?
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