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Posted on 05/14/2012 1:57:42 PM PDT by CGASMIA68
Have a part time job quiting tomorrow because the HR manager inserted language into my yearly review that my manager didnt pen.Before I leave I want to send a scathing email from home to the entire buisness outlining what has transpired over the past 5 years and pretty much denegrate the executive team for hipocrcy. Not sure if they can come back at me legally. Any legal types out there I can private email this to for a critique?
Don’t send it.
You may want to get rehired at some point.
Sounds like a great idea!
If you do send it, be sure to run it through a spell-checker first.
Send email. Get fired. Collect unemployment. Sue.
What could go wrong!
Send it and have the recipients laugh at your spelling errors! As the man said, it’s better to get fired.
The problem you have is thinking people will care when most likely they will not.
Be very careful. If you send, be prepared to be asked to document everything. You need to make sure you can back up everything.
Re-read post # 2.
Don’t do it. It might make you feel better for a few moments but NOTHING good will come of it. It will make you look petty and vindictive. If a future employer hears about it they will think twice before putting themselves in your cross-hairs.
Just walk in and pee on your bosses desk, that will get your point across nicely.
Didn’t your mommy ever tell you not to burn your bridges?
If you send it, use spell check on “hypocrisy”.
Actually, I think you should not send it. Write it up to get it out of your system, but do not send it. Do they offer “exit interviews”?
Is there anything you expect to gain out this exercise?
Other than satisfaction?
I’d say don’t do it.
Although there is a certain cathartic feeling about the grand opus upon your exit, I don't expect it will improve your life any and it is unlikely that your former bosses would be enlightened by and and change their ways. On the other hand it could brand you and a complainer that they are better off without which could hurt your prospects if you need a reference in the future from a boss or coworker.
My advice - don't sent that email.
Such heat-of-the-moment emails or letters could come back to haunt you later.
If you have been with that company 5 years, you will probably have to list them on future job applications. Most probably, the prospective new employers will contact your former company.
Unless you have a case for legal action, most times, it is better to just walk away and hope that Karma will eventually settle things.
While it would feel good to send that email, I don’t recommend it at all. Don’t burn corporate bridges if you don’t have to. Take the high road, because any new place that hires may want to know what happened at your last job.
Don’t send it. It won’t help and everyone who cares or who can do anything about it already knows.
Well, if you have an internet lawyer look at it, it should be watertight.
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