What can I do when my employer asked me to leave and they refused to tell me why?
My employer asked me and two other coworkers to go home until further notice. We don't know why or what to do. Please help?
I'm not sure where you are from, but in Canada we have a three month probation period where the employer is allowed to let you go without notice and without an explanation. If that is the case with you, you have no option but to leave.
If, however, you've been employed there for more than three months, they do have to give you notice with an explanation. If that is your case, leave and go to your government agency that covers employment regulations to find out your options.
What are the rules for where you live (state/country) regarding this? What are the stated rules for your company?
You should either contact your company's human resources person or department (if it's a large enough company to have that) or contact a local group that deals with employment law for your area. There are often non-profits that advise people.
An employer will have to pay you a month or two's salary in cash if they fire you without any notice. So, if your boss is not clear with you, trying dropping him an email in a polite manner asking him about what is wrong? Ask him if you have done something wrong unintentionally or there is some other reason behind it.
If you show your concern towards your company he will definitely answer
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