If you have an employment contract, you are not an at-will employee. The employment contract will generally define the reasons
What I can tell you straight away is that, if you do leave your job or are fired, you are
You cannot legally be fired for any discriminatory reasons – including race, religion, sex, or national origin discrimination. Neither can
Unless your company policies specifically set out the terms of severance pay, no federal laws require your company to provide
If an employee is not under contract, he or she is an at-will employee. An employer can
There are many federal and state whistleblower laws. Most, effectively, make it illegal for an employer
What is a Wrongful Termination? Well, basically, wrongful terminations are instances in which an employee is fired for a discriminatory
What is At Will Employment?
Whistleblower Laws and
If you leave your job, or are fired from your position, you are entitled, under federal law, to continue
An employee has been constructively discharged when she is subjected to treatment so hostile or degrading that no reasonable employee
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