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Conspiracy between Manager and Supervisor to terminate an employee before he can file a case

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dignifiedworker


Arresto Menor
i would like to seek legal advice about what case can be file against a supervisor who humiliated and forced his employee to continue performing his task (taking inbound calls) even after he was adviced by their clinic not to take calls. he even said that "why are you still talking if you cannot take calls and why are you still speaking if you cannot take calls." the problem is that the employee has a TMJ that's been bothering his ear, jaw and molar tooth.. the supervisor has been insensitive and did not consider the welfare or risky condition of his employee's health instead he's pre-occupied that his employee only wants to excuse himself from taking calls to free himself w/c is profiling. personal attacks and words are used by the supervisor after he was asked to go home w/c the employee did, but the supervisor uttered degradatory remarks against the employee. is there a chance that this case will prosper? and where do we seek free attorney to take the case further against the company who will terminate him for being sick. need your assistance, thanks..

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attyLLL


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you can file a criminal case of unjust vexation at the prosecutor's office, or report the matter to the HR.

as for the termination case, focus on filing a response.


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