Fired for denying new mandatory covid vaccine policy.

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Company decided to end employment do to my concern of getting the Covid vaccine. Company implemented a covid vaccine mandatory policy after initial hiring. Separation agreement between me and the company stated a 2 weeks payed severance payment that would be paid on the next payment cycle, which was September 15. 2021. Severance wasn’t paid on September 15, 2021. Contacted company HR first with no response, contacted previous direct Manager. Direct manager said they would look into it. Few hours later HR sent email stating severance would be paid on September 20,2021. On September 20, 2021, have payment was received. Emailed previous direct manager and HR. Stating the payment processed was half of 2 weeks severance. Have not received a response from either the HR department or previous direct supervisor. All documents were signed via DocuSign.

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on September 20, 2021 1:35 pm
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DocuSign is a valid and enforceable agreement. Hopefully, that agreement also includes an attorney fee provision so that should you have to sue you can recover attorney fees in addition to the remaining pay that is owed to you.
If you don't get the remaining money you should schedule a free case assessment with one of our litigation attorneys. Just call 303-688-0944 24/7.

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Answered on September 21, 2021 2:31 pm