Details of the case of the woman who went to claim the payment of her liquidation to one of the Jon Sonen brand stores and ended up getting kicked out by the Policemanwho handcuffed her in front of her two children.
This Wednesday, the owner of the company, businessman Jon Sonen, who He had already explained what happened with his former employee in the store—, revealed more details of the employment relationship they had until about two years ago.
According to what Sonen explained, once the Venezuelan woman’s contract was terminated, her settlement was issued for a value of more than 4 million pesos. In statements for Blu Radioadded that the former worker never wanted to accept the value of said payment, so it was not deposited at the time in the bank account.
Jon Sonen: why they fired a woman who claimed liquidation
In the aforementioned radio station, the businessman was asked about the reasons that led the company to fire the woman —identified as Wendy Norelys Álvarez Sarmiento—, for which this She explained that everything was due to a decision with which she did not agree.
Sonen stated that in one of its branches in Yopal (Casanare) a vacancy opened up, so once the woman returned from maternity leave in Cartagena, she was informed that she would be transferred to that point. However, and taking into account that her entire social circle was in ‘La Héroica’, the foreigner would not have accepted the change.
“When she finished the contract, she had already completed her maternity leave. [El traslado] It is a decision that is agreed and she did not want to agree to listen to the need. She was called in defense and did not sign the document in defense of the invitation, she refused. We summoned her as the legal procedure says and she did not even want to attend the proceeding, ”explained the owner of the firm on the station.
Sonen assured that it is not the first time that this type of decision is made with the employeessince, according to him, There are workers who have been with the company for more than 10 years and have had to move to cities such as Cúcuta, Medellín, Bogotá, among other.
In the case of the woman, the fact of not accepting the transfer ended with her immediate dismissal.
“She came from her lactation process, she was respected and there was a need [del traslado]. These conversations have to be put in writing, but she did not agree and it was there that the company made the decision to terminate the contract, which it has every right to do”, added the businessman in the same medium.