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21 Sep 2006
I am worried about my dad. He is 60 and the company that he works for, is making his life hell. I think they want him to resign. He is holding on for dear life, because he doesnt want to start looking for another job. My mom says he has gone into a depression. I feel helpless. I need to find him another job. Any suggestions?
He needs to consult a good labour lawyer, the CCMA, and the Dept of Labour. To make work life so unpleasant for someone as to try to force them to resign is called Constructive Dismissal, and is against the law. His job could be protected, and they might have to pay for him to see a good shrink and counsellor to recover from the Depression they caused --- companies are not allowed to behave like that
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