When should you lie on your resume?
If you’re caught lying before you’re hired, you won’t get a job offer. If the organization discovers you lied after you’ve been put on the payroll, you can be fired. Lying on your resume can also impact your future employment.
When being laid off what to say?
Here are seven tips on how to handle yourself and what to say when you’re at a loss for words.Stay Present and Manage Your Emotions. Keep Your Dignity. Get Your Stories Straight. Inquire About Getting Assistance Finding a New Role. Ask if You’re Allowed to Apply for Other Positions Internally. Take Care of You.
Do you have to hire back a laid off employee?
There are no laws requiring you to rehire laid off workers. Absent a company policy, stated intent, or collective bargaining agreement, you do not have to rehire a laid off employee when you have a job opening.
Do furloughed employees get rehired?
One requirement of that program is that the borrower (employer) must offer to rehire (for the same salary/wages and same number of hours) laid-off employees. For purposes of loan forgiveness, the borrower must have made a good faith, written offer of rehire.
Do you lose seniority when laid off?
Employees lose all seniority and forfeit all rights, and the employing department is not obliged to recall them if: they resign or employment is properly terminated. they have not been recalled to work within 180 calendar days following layoff.
Can my company just lay me off?
Your employer can only lay you off or put you on short-time working if your contract specifically says they can. If it’s not mentioned in your contract, they can’t do it. Your contract can be written, a verbal agreement or what normally happens in your company.
What are my rights during a layoff?
Your employer only has to pay you wages earned up to when you stop working. If you are terminated without cause, Alberta’s Employment Standards Code says that your employer must give you notice that you are being terminated (unless you fall under an exception). This notice is meant to give you time to find a new job.