I’ll take bosses that don’t exist for 400
@Asian Invasian, for 2000!!
I actually just started a temp to perm job on a six month contract about a month ago.... should I be worried?
@MrJojo, No. That's how I started working. They renewed my contract a couple times until they could eventually financially justify hiring me on. Don't slack off because you are "just a temp." Temp to full time is becoming increasing popular as well because it gives the company a few months to see if the new hire will make it without requiring them to pay other fees (health insurance, 401k, etc.)
@ORGANIC, Oh I know, it's a technical position for a very complicated system and they are training me to become a permanent team member, I was just making a joke that I might be who the picture is referring to haha.
My boss does this every time I need surgery (once or twice a year) so always have my job when I come back
@Naughtyboob, why do you need surgery twice a year? Does it take that much to keep ones boobs naughty?
@Medic135, lol it’s to stop them being naughty! Had breast cancer 3 years ago and radiotherapy did that much damage I’ve needed 10 operations so far to try and fix it! Should only need a few more and then I might need to change my user name!
Good guy boss, bad guy meme cropper
Can you really be fired if you get injured? I know that in Germany, when you're sick or injured, you still receive your salary, and after six weeks, the state pays you, I think. But I don't think you can be fired for that. Which country is the meme talking about? (Sorry for being so oblivious, but I'm kinda curious)
@A pet named Steve, yes and no. It honestly all depends.
@A pet named Steve, here in the US there are ways, albeit much more difficult now, to terminate someone's employment on injury or illness
@A pet named Steve, 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
@A pet named Steve, it's not just "you got hurt so you're fired". Here if you get hurt you have disability insurance that covers you short term and long term up to a point. If you get hurt on a job and it's your own fault(i.e. Negligence or disregard for safety rules) then sure you can be fired for it. It's like "you got hurt because of your own actions and you could have gotten someone else hurt as well" so they will remove you from your position if needed. I work in industry so that is my perspective
@Richard Cypher, ok, that makes sense. Thank you for the explanation!
@Medic135, yeah, after 12 weeks of federally protected medical leave. If you're part time you're sol but Trump is trying to change that last I heard...
Until he realizes the temp is better and keeps him once his contract is up.
Heh heh no
Sounds like you need a good attorney. Call the friendly folks at THE LAW OFFICES OF AGG. They represented me and got me a ton of money.
That's called FMLA. A company has the option to terminate after 12 weeks of continuous OR intermittent absence. If you're a valued employee and are well liked by your boss, they don't fire you...
A little forced, but I'll take it
Since I work at walmart, if I get injured and have to be out for 6 months, I'm just fired.
Is this not what any boss would do?
Loads of companies do this in the UK
Well legally you have to be allowed to come back to the same or similar job if you are injured
Um... Oh hahahahaha hilarious.. I totally get the joke...