Legal Advice for Employee Termination — 242 results
Written by attorney Jeffrey Merrick, about 4 years ago.
Oregon employees have a legal right to see and copy
their personnel records. Some
employers do not know this, and need to be told what the law is. The statute is
ORS 652.750. For anyone... more
Written by attorney Craig Hensel, about 1 year ago.
North Carolina is an at-will employment state, meaning employers can generally hire and fire employees for any reason, no reason, a good reason, a bad reason, a stupid reason, or even a... more
Written by attorney Sagar P. Parikh, 8 months ago.
Many California workers believe that if they are terminated from their place of employment without being given any sort of reason, this constitutes illegal wrongful termination. However,... more
Written by attorney Patrick Phillips, 9 months ago.
Terminating an employee with a disabling medical condition can be a lightening rod for litigation. However, that does not mean that all such terminationsor even the majorityare unlawful. To... more
Written by attorney Arkady Itkin, almost 2 years ago.
Practical, specific tips on presenting your employment/wrongful termination case to an attorney.
Written by attorney Douglas M Larsen, over 1 year ago.
An AutoZone in Virginia was held up by a man who police say is responsible for 30 robberies in the area. He came in as the store manager and an associate, Devin McClean, were closing the... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Weinman, 9 months ago.
Being terminated from your employment may feel wrong, but that does not necessarily mean it was wrongful termination. There is no set rule for what constitutes a “wrongful termination”. In... more
Written by attorney Vincent White, almost 2 years ago.
Judge Denise Cote, of the Southern District of New York, recen tly held in Olsson v. Wenner Media that it is not employment discrimination to terminate an employee based upon that employee'... more
Written by attorney Richard Celler, about 2 months ago.
Important Thing to Note- So, here is the deal in Florida and most states. Most likely, you are an at-will employee which means that, absent an employment agreement spelling out reasons for... more
Written by attorney Marilynn Spencer, almost 2 years ago.
California law requires employers to pay employees according to a pre-determined schedule.These requirements are described below.
For current employees, Labor Code section 204 requires... more