Essentially, you can be fired for any reason or no reason at all absent an employment contract and discrimination based on race, national origin, etc. However, call a local employment lawyer to discuss.
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I agree, unless you have an employment contract, most employment is 'at will' meaning there doesnt have to be any basis for your termination; however, there are exceptions. You should contact an employment/labor attorney in your area to discuss the details of your termination and determine the approprate next step. Best of luck
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You still need to call a local employment law attorney ASAP.
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Your employer has the right to terminate you for any just about any reason for the exception of discrimination.
I recommend that you consult an employment law attorney
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You can be fired for any reason. If you are in a special group, e.g. race, gender, age, ethnicity, handicapped, etc. they may have a harder time justifying the firing. If you have a union rep, contact them ASAP. Then find the top lawyer in MS who handles employment cases. You may need to go to a large city to find the best man or woman, but its worth the trip. Good luck
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