I was terminated by 2 district managers for no reason. Does a member from HR need to be present
No. HR does not need to be present for a termination. It is a good business practice to have two witnesses present.
Unless you are in a union environment with special rules, no particular person has to be present for terminating an employee. In fact, the company can do it over the phone or by text, or the company can send one of the lowest members of the company to communicate your termination.
Good luck to you.
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