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what happened to fired employees?

 
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hi..all...
companies fire people nowadays!! what happen to the fired people? thier life gone? dont mistake me for asking this ..!!....just curious to knowing this..plz reply !!
 
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Originally posted by subbudu ramalu:
hi..all...
companies fire people nowadays!! what happen to the fired people? thier life gone? dont mistake me for asking this ..!!....just curious to knowing this..plz reply !!



Welcome to JavaRanch.

They will look for another job.
 
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Life moves on , A person just can not sit and regret about the past. This kind of things happen and very common in almost every industry .
Hr persons understands this kind of things and they would not mind to give another chance if the person is now honest and eligible for job .
Cheers
 
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I think it does not matter until and unless you are working for the government organisation.
 
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An Interesting first question, were you fired or what?
 
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Getting fired is not the end of the world, it just feels like it is.

There is going to be some awkwardness because now the person who was fired has to find another job and regardless of the reasons being fired is going to be a big black mark on their record. Most employers will not press for reasons why you left your last job. You can be pretty vague about it, but you also may find it difficult to get references as well.

My best advice is that if you find yourself in that situation, go out and find another job right away. It doesn't have to be the best job in the world, just go get a job. Spend about a year there and do your best work. A strong recommendation from an employer and good performance appraisals will usually offset a firing from a previous employer.

And remember, the best revenge truly is living well.
 
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when employer fired anyone...do he gives experience certificate with the amount in lieu of noticable period ?
what employer normally writes in experience certificate ?

and is it neccessary to give reference of person of high designation of the co. who fired you ?
and what they can so to co. who hired you?

and what about the background checking going on .. in many compaines of last few co. he worked ?
will that not create problem ? if yes then he can never work in big mnc ?
 
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I think reason of leaving is usually not told by the companies ,but while talking to ex supervisor he might give bad referance and can tell the actual things but how reliable his comments would be ,nobody can say because it can be professional rivalery or it can be some professional issues too .
Not sure about this thing,Somebody more experienced can comment better..........
 
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