I posted on my Facebook that why should I devote 10 years of my life to some one who,will question my integrity
Then I posted I should not work for a snob ( comments made to me by owner ) he once told me that he would not advertise with some one because that's what his maid listens to and those people can't afford his cars next morning called in position eliminated only to hire his new wife's niece
Those people shop at walmart they can't afford my cars
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So, did you have a legal question?
He? Who he?
His? Who his?
Those people? Who those?
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I am assuming your question is; "Can I be fired over making a facebook post?" -- And the answer is: Texas is an "at will" employment state (with no exceptiions that I could find.) Therefore, a Texas employer may fire an employee for any reason or for no reason.
You should check with an employment lawyer in your locale, but I do not think you have a case for an unlawyful firing.
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