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Thursday, June 04, 2009

Work Ron

Yesterday we went to Ron's work. We hadn't heard from them in a long time, so some weeks ago Ron had called the medical officer. He sent Ron's employer a report with the advice to call and talk with Ron. It took 2 weeks before the call finally came. Because we couldn't make an appointment right away, the man from the personnel department promised to call back that same afternoon. He didn't, and after two weeks Ron decided to call the medical officer again. He was surprised that there had been no other contact. He called the personnel department and urged them to call us. And then finally we could make an appointment, for yesterday.

We didn't know exactly what to expect, but Ron really wants to move on. If this employer hasn't got work for him, then another company! When we arrived the man from the personnel department told us we had to wait for the manager after-sales. That was a surprise, because he told Ronbefore that we would have a talk with him alone.
It would soon be clear why that boss was there too. The tone of the talk and the whole atmosphere were ice-cold, blunt and very unpleasant! Other talks they said things like "win-win-situation" and "we'll do our best", but that turned out to be b******t!
Perhaps they had expected the Ron from before, but he's much better now. He was assertive and clear without being rude or impolite. I said some things too. When the tone became almost aggressive, Ron stopped them and said he wanted to end the conversation before he'd say something he'd later regret. They made very clear they want to get rid of Ron as soon as they can...

Ron will look for another outplacement bureau himself and make an appointment a.s.a.p. We'll contact a legal specialist to see what our rights and duties are. They said things that aren't completely legal in our opinion. It's a real pity it came to this, but if this is what they want, they'll get it..!

5 comments:

  1. Sorry to learn about this. All the best to Ron.

    Many congrats to Maia on her second birthday. Your kitties are so cute :)

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  2. I am hoping things work out for him with another place. If they are doing illegal things, go get them!

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  3. Aauw, that sounds unpleasant... Good that you and Ron stood up for yourselves. All the luck with the search for a great job that he loves! Other and better :-)

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  4. Nasty buggers! Hope it will work out for you.

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  5. Faolch├║ Airgid10/6/09 08:50

    I hope that he will find something soon, being at home without work sucks!

    Best of luck to you both and hopefully I'll see you again soon.

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