In short, yes. Tennessee is a right to work state as well as an at-will state which means you can be fired for any non-discriminatory reason. You would be eligible for unemployment though although you may have to battle your employer if they object to you getting benefits.
I am not your attorney nor is any answer I may provide legal advice. You may contact me directly for legal advice only if you are a resident of Tennessee insofar as I only practice in Tennessee.
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