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Demovictory9

(32,398 posts)
Sun Aug 1, 2021, 08:56 PM Aug 2021

Employee gave 2 week notice rather than get vaxxed is walking.back his resignation [View all]

How should employer handle?


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49 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Keep resignation in place
13 (27%)
Allow him to withdraw resignation
33 (67%)
Other
3 (6%)
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If he's good at job, keep him. If not, say tough. My guess is he's a loser/ass. Hoyt Aug 2021 #1
Every job I was at, if you submit your resignation you were let go. You showed you had no loyalty. TheBlackAdder Aug 2021 #25
So let hime stay just long enough to find a good replacement DBoon Aug 2021 #28
Yeah, but then, unless it's a RTW state, letting him go might add more issues and costs. TheBlackAdder Aug 2021 #35
I understand RTW as affecting union representation DBoon Aug 2021 #38
You would hate me then Polybius Aug 2021 #42
Nope, why would I hate you? TheBlackAdder Aug 2021 #44
wouldn't hate you. Demovictory9 Aug 2021 #46
depends on how valuable he is to the company... markie Aug 2021 #2
Is he a good worker? IcyPeas Aug 2021 #3
Someone more deserving should be hired. LakeArenal Aug 2021 #4
Agree tinymontgomery Aug 2021 #7
Is it better for the business to keep him or train someone new? Ocelot II Aug 2021 #5
Is he worth it? flying rabbit Aug 2021 #6
Obviously accept the resignation. drray23 Aug 2021 #8
Honestly good points. nt Blue_true Aug 2021 #20
This. nt crickets Aug 2021 #27
Yes DBoon Aug 2021 #30
Yep and see how fast word gets around on the internets grantcart Aug 2021 #47
employer will pay unemployment benefits if he is not allowed to rescind. Hamlette Aug 2021 #9
I'd give the employee a two-week "let me think about it" notice... NurseJackie Aug 2021 #10
Let him go... Ohio Joe Aug 2021 #11
How hard is he to replace? GoodRaisin Aug 2021 #12
If I had other reasons to want him gone, I would let him go. NCjack Aug 2021 #13
Decent approach, I am down with that path. nt Blue_true Aug 2021 #18
Confirm his vaccination is accurate aeromanKC Aug 2021 #14
I agree. nt Blue_true Aug 2021 #17
Since he is working I assume he has value. GulfCoast66 Aug 2021 #15
Have him provide official verification that he is vaccinated. Blue_true Aug 2021 #16
Definitely Demovictory9 Aug 2021 #34
You know. Blue_true Aug 2021 #37
Depends on the quality of the work, potential, what was Maru Kitteh Aug 2021 #19
Boot him. His judgement is crap. Scrivener7 Aug 2021 #21
It all depends on his attitude DFW Aug 2021 #22
he might be maga Demovictory9 Aug 2021 #24
He made his choice. Accommodating that, won't go well. cachukis Aug 2021 #23
Cut him a break. We let sinners repent. Tomconroy Aug 2021 #26
Give the kid a break......... hookaleft Aug 2021 #29
Kid? Demovictory9 Aug 2021 #32
He is 26, I have seen DU'ers on here call all millennials (some who will be 41yo in January) kids or Celerity Aug 2021 #49
Lol! No! USALiberal Aug 2021 #52
Refusing the vaccine initially and the resignation BOTH show poor judgment... RockRaven Aug 2021 #31
And will he get the booster ? Demovictory9 Aug 2021 #33
I looked at her profile on Twitter TexasBushwhacker Aug 2021 #36
Depends on level of integrity and independent judgement the job requires Hortensis Aug 2021 #39
Accept the walk back with proof that the vaccination actually happened tirebiter Aug 2021 #40
Probably keep him. Renew Deal Aug 2021 #41
I'm not interested in punishing people. I want to save people Bucky Aug 2021 #43
good point Demovictory9 Aug 2021 #45
As long as he shows VALID proof of vaccination, I would keep him on. The big picture point is to get Celerity Aug 2021 #48
I wouldn't trust that person. rockfordfile Aug 2021 #50
If he worships TFG, let him go. Roisin Ni Fiachra Aug 2021 #51
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