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How to move on
September 26, 2014
9:57 am
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tydt
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Hi,

 

I'm currently a student who is in academic probation status trying to make it through school. I recently left my job because I was asked to leave. The reasons why I was asked to leave are:

1. His main reason is that he wants me to be successful later by doing well in school.

My thoughts: I honestly think this is a lie, or more of a political move. Fall semester of 2013 I failed three classes and was placed on academic probation starting now (fall 2014), which means I can still take classes spring of 2014 and he didn't ask me to leave beginning of spring semester when I told him I didn't make it fall semester. I honestly felt that I lack the focus and time management fall 2013, but I got it back during spring 2014 and pass all my classes.

2. He said that based on what he was told by the pharmacy staff member that I was incompatible with making IV preparations and that they were not confidence in my abilities.

My thoughts: Why is it that he tells me that now when 2 months ago when we did my employee evaluation, I was told that I met all the job standard requirements? On top of that, when I worked with the other staff pharmacists, all of them allow me to make IV medications except for him.

My mistake:  When I told him that all his reasons doesn't make sense to me, he then said "I'm sorry, my job as the coordinator is to try to get you to resign before upper management terminates you." At that time I was very scared and confused, I searched the internet and got the answered that "Your boss can fire you at anytime without any reasons." Thus, I walked in there with my badge to give it to him. I later found out that in a hospital settings or big companies, you cannot be terminated without proper documentations stating that you were incapable of the job responsibilities assigned to you. Truly, I have been defeated in the most unjust/unethical manner possible after working there for almost two years with proper documentations stating that I met the job standard. A battle that I could have won but lost because I lack the knowledge and was afraid of what might would have happened to me if I were to stay.

It has been three weeks since the day that I left and I'm still strongly bothered by it. I really need advice on how to get over this, if anyone has any wisdom they would like to share then I would really appreciate it.

September 27, 2014
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don't think too much about it, the more you think the harder it becomes to forget. I think that it is their loss for firing you. Just fin a new job, the one with healthier environment where you grow as an individual.

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