Does your employer want you to quit?

| Sep 19, 2019 | Firm News |

As a sales representative in Michigan, you may run into employers who have unethical business practices. As a sales representative, you are in control of how much money you earn. Employers have certain expectations for sales representatives. If you reach too high or fall short, your employer may look for a reason to fire you. While there are protections in place that do not allow this behavior, you may also find that your employer is trying to make you quit on your own. How can you tell?

Forbes explains that one of the biggest signs that your boss wants you to quit your sales rep job is that he or she takes your opportunities away. With fewer opportunities, you have fewer opportunities for income and growth. Many sales reps would turn away after this becomes a habit

The employer may cut you off from the connections that you used to network with. He or she will not want you around people who may reward you with positive feedback. In addition, your reviews will take a steep decline. The employer may find problems with your work. Even if you made no missteps and finished your job perfectly, he or she will invent infractions.

If your employer wages a campaign against you, then you need to pay close attention to it. This is not acceptable behavior and sales representatives do have protection against this type of conduct.

None of this information is intended to serve as legal advice. It is for the sake of educating you about how employers may treat sales representatives who they wish would quit.