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Category: Wrongful Termination

When Is Termination Wrongful in California?

California is an at-will employment state. But contrary to popular belief, that does not mean that your employer can terminate you for any reason. There are certain state-wide and federal laws in place that protect people from being terminated under very specific circumstances. According to the American Civil Liberties Union, there is a minimum of […]
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At-Will Employment Is No Longer An Excuse For Illegal Conduct And Wrongful Termination

California is an at-will employment state, which means (absent an employment contract) that unless the public policy or statutory authority prohibits the reason for terminating an employee, an employer may fire an employee for any reason. In the past, at-will employment has given employers the sense that they can fire employees for any reason, including […]
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At-Will Does Not Rule Out Wrongful Termination

There has been a lot of conversation around employment. There are two sets of ideas: right-to-work and an at-will rule. Right-to-work types are states who can let go of someone regardless of giving them an explanation. Typically states with this type of employment outlook do not believe in having strong unions. So, implementing the right […]
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Justice After Wrongful Termination

Finding the job you love is no easy feat. Some people spend their lives chasing positions, so to find the one that you really enjoy is a huge victory. Sometimes those victories come with challenges. Sometimes the position we find is in a work environment that is not so understanding of you. Finding a new […]
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