Accountant Carl Sorabella, an employee of Haynes Management Inc. in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts was recently fired after his employer found out about his wife's life-threatening lung cancer.
Carl worked for Haynes Management Inc. for 14 years and was even awarded a raise in November, but when he asked to be able to work nights and weekends in order to be there for his wife Kathy during her painful chemotherapy treatments, the company decided to make "workforce modifications" and fired him. He later saw an advertisement for his exact position on the company's website.
Haynes Management is technically within their legal rights to fire Carl, but their actions completely undermine Carl's loyalty to the company and his willingness to work nights and weekends just to help everything run smoothly.
Join us in asking Haynes Management Inc. to rethink their callous and heartless decision and give Carl Sorabella his job back.
Haynes Management's decision to fire Carl Sorabella after learning of his wife's life-threatening lung cancer is despicable and heartless.
After giving 14 years to your company, Carl came to you in his time of need and offered to give up his nights and weekends in order to keep things running smoothly, and you callously fired him instead of compromising with him.
This decision only shows that you as a company do not care about your employees or their well-being.
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