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What is at will employment?

At will employment generally authorizes an employer to terminate an employee without cause for any reason. However, the right to at-will employment is limited by certain statutory, common law and contractual. As a result, if you have been terminated in violations of a statute, common law, or contract, you may need to seek legal representation to evaluate your claim.

What is Wrongful Termination?
What is an Adverse Action?
How can I tell if I have been wrongfully terminated?
Will I be protected if I report a violation of law?
How to file a lawsuit for Wrongful Termination?
Is my employer required to give me a reason for a termination?
Can I be fired if I haven’t received any negative evaluations?
My company did not follow their procedure in terminating me, what do I do?
Can I still file a wrongful termination claim if I quit my job?
If I have been wrongfully terminated, should I get a new job?
How do you prove Wrongful Termination?
How long do you have to file a wrongful termination lawsuit?
Do I need to hire a lawyer?
What type of damages are available?
Do I have to pay for a consultation?
What types of jobs are protected by whistleblower statutes?