i was at work doing what i was supposed to be doing then the manager came up to me and said i heard u dont like this job so i said it was ok then she said if u dont like it i would have no need for u to be here and told me to leave in a rude manner so i told her i needed this job and she insist again in a rude manner that i had to leave so i called addeco the temp agency they never wanted to answer my phone calls..
Unless you have a witten contract to the ocntrary, all California employment is "at will" which means you can be fired for no reason at all at any time.
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Yes you can certainly be terminated for not liking your job.
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The prior attorney statements about termination are wholly correct. However, based on the last sentence of your question, it seems that you were not terminated from employment by your employer. It seems that you were disallowed (rejected) as a temporary worker by the client of your employer. That may make a significant difference if you intend to file for unemployment benefits.
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