I was titled as the administrator of an outpatient center. The reason why I am saying it like that is because the medical director made it quite clear that I only had the authority over the business office aspect of the facility, not the clinical side. He has clinical supervisors for that. I was let go from my position after an inspection discovered that a clinical employee had failed to perform all of the assigned tasks that was asked of them. He waited 3 weeks before he let me go. I had no idea that this was going to happen. The clinical supervisor and the clinical employee who failed to perform his functions are still employed. I have never had a negative review or disciplinary write up.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Florida is an at-will employment state, which means that the employer can end the employment relationship at any time (as can the employee) as long as the determination to end the employment relationship was not based upon an employee's membership in a protected class and was discriminatory in nature.
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