lined in my previous post, so the same principle surely ap-
plies in both cases. To suggest anything else is simply
absurd in my not-so-humble view.
you left your old job, but the syndicate wasn't awarded
its winnings 'til several weeks after you'd left, we wouldn't
be having this conversation. Because it's screamingly obvious
what the fair, right, and proper thing to do is in a case like this.
Namely, give you the share to which you're morally, ethically,
and even legally entitled (unless previously established to
the contrary in the agreed and accepted terms and condi-
tions under which you worked), and cut the spurious
cr*p that you're no longer entitled to it.
The date of the prize presentation ceremony isn't at
all relevant in the matter of entitlement - only the point in
time when the prize was won is what counts at the end of
the day. The presentation merely celebrates the already
acknowledged fact of the winner's right to the prize.
Your honour, I rest my case.
you think you'd share their view if you were the former
employee? The comments section awaits.
(And waits...c'mon, Criv-ites, let's play.)