What happens if you refuse to work for a new employer?
If you don’t want to work for the new employer. You can refuse to work for the new employer. You must let your current or prospective employer know that you object to the transfer. You’ll be regarded as having resigned and will have no right to claim unfair dismissal or to a redundancy payment.
What happens when your employer is taken over or transferred?
If you’re employed by a contractor (e.g. in catering or cleaning) who loses a contract to another contractor, you should, unless you’re told otherwise, turn up for work as usual. You and your contract of employment will usually transfer automatically to the successful contractor.
What happens if an employer refuses to meet your terms?
If the new employer refuses to meet the terms of your contract, this will amount to a breach of contract. It may also amount to a breach of TUPE. Other employment rights as well as your terms and conditions are protected.
Why did I Lose my job two years ago?
I’ve been unemployed for over two years. I lost my job due to department wide lay-offs. I work in the construction industry (mid level architect), where job prospects have been limited and at times non-existent.
What happens if you work for the same employer twice?
With your chances of wowing the employer already so limited, you don’t want to leave anything to chance. If you’ve worked for the same employer twice, it does have the potential to make you look unreliable.
How often do people stay with the same employer?
But in the midst of widespread layoffs in recent years, that might be less of a concern. According to a report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, people tend to stay with an employer for about 4.6 years as of 2012 — meaning lots of people moved from one job to another with relative frequency.
What kind of job can I get after 2 years of unemployment?
I work in the construction industry (mid level architect), where job prospects have been limited and at times non-existent. However, employers always ask me what I’ve been doing over the past 2 years, as if it is surprising that I can’t find work in this economy.