Complaints about not being a permanent employee when dismissing a business

■ Solution date: November 2002 ■ Job title: Sales / Full-time employee
■ Length of service: 24 years ■ Female

At the time of dismissal due to the closure of the office, he was complained that he was not a full-time employee, and part of the prescribed retirement allowance was not paid. In addition, wages for retirement months were unpaid.
It was an unpaid retirement claim one year after retirement, but in the first round of negotiations, he was recognized as a full-time employee and was obliged to pay wages and prescribed severance payments, and agreed to pay in two installments.