Legal Advice for Employment At Will — 52 results
Written by attorney Helana Balkin, 27 days ago.
This guide will explain the concept of at-will employment and the limited circumstances when that presumption can be overcome. The Presumption of At-Will Employment In most, the law... more
Written by attorney Tina Gehres, 2 months ago.
This list of exceptions to the employment at will doctrine are not all inclusive, but sets out some of the most common exceptions to the default rule of employment at will. It is meant to... more
Written by attorney Randy Jay Harvey, 9 months ago.
Every state in America, except Montana and the territory of Puerto Rick,, has a default rule known as "at-will" employment. Which allows employees or the employer to terminate employment at... more
Written by Avvo Staff, over 4 years ago.
At-will employment refers to an arrangement in which either side may end the relationship at any time and for almost any reason. The one major exception is that employers may not fire an... more
Written by attorney Travis I. Dafoe, about 3 years ago.
In Michigan an most employees are considered to be an at-will employee. The term at-will is thrown around and few really understand what it means. Most assume or use the term to mean that... more
Written by attorney Charles F Basil, about 3 years ago.
In the United States in general, employees without a written employment contract ("at-will employees") can be fired for good cause,bad cause, or no cause at all. If you had a written... more
Written by attorney Russell Cook, over 2 years ago.
A brief description of at-will employment--what it means for Texas employees and what exceptions there are to at-will employment in Texas.
Written by attorney Timothy Bowles, over 3 years ago.
Californias Labor Codes do a lot to protect employees but there are some laws that benefit employers as well. For instance, unless a company and an employee agree otherwise, their... more
Written by attorney Gregory Brown, about 4 years ago.
California, like almost all states, is an "at-will" employment state.
Written by attorney Marilynn Mika Spencer, about 3 years ago.
This is for information only and is not legal advice. Legal advice must be tailored to specific facts. This Guide is written based on general legal priciples.This information does not... more