A lack of trust: Employee fails to hold up her end of the bargain

Every employment relationship starts with an implicit mutual expectation of trust. The employer trusts that the employee will show up and perform the duties of her job. And the employee trusts that if she shows up and does her job, she'll be compensated as promised and treated fairly. So, very often, when the employment relationship ends, one side or the other feels that trust was lacking. A recent case came down to a lack of trust—namely, the lack of Sandra Trust at the worksite.

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