When someone you know has lost their job, it can be both helpful and supportive for you to offer your condolences, as well as any assistance you might be able to provide during the pending changes in their career. Acknowledging their loss doesn’t need to be awkward.
What should I do if my employer rescinds my job offer?
Most of the time, an employer can rescind a job offer without any notice, even if you’ve already quit your old job. Because most employment is at-will, the courts are rarely any help in these situations. Consider protecting yourself in advance by negotiating an employment agreement that will pay you a severance if the company rescinds your offer.
When to contact a lawyer for contract rescission?
Whether it is you or another party requesting for contract rescission, it is advisable to contact a lawyer before you file a claim with the court. Contract rescission is a major decision and can often be complex and multi-layered. The effect of rescission is that the entire contract is cancelled out.
How to deal with grief after losing your job?
Grief is a natural response to loss, and that includes the loss of a job. Losing your job forces you to make rapid changes, which can leave you feeling upset, angry, depressed, or out of balance. Give yourself time to adjust. Grieving the loss of your job and adjusting to unemployment can take time.