Asked by Siva
on 04-12-2019 17:06:24
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 450.00
I was a contractor for a large corperation. That company took accusations from my employee without my knowledge and carried out investigations. Business relationship which was on a daily basis was terminated. When i enquired I was given the reason that investigations revealed crimes. When I enquired for proof, I was offered a dispute meeting. The accusations discuss at the meeting that resulted in the termination had no proof. The meeting could not be conclueded and was adjourned. The company startde fresh investigations. They could not find proof of any wrong doing by me. By e-mail I was then informed of a breach of trust and as a result of not being able to trust me they can no longer conduct business with me. I asked ofr proof of this breach of trust and I was directed to the comnpany lawyer. THe company lawyer states that the company does not wish to engage with me in this matter any further and that the clients rights are reserved. Do I have a case against this corperation?
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