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I was let go for not scheduling the day off. where could i go to file a complain ? or are they right.

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I was let go for not scheduling the day off. where could i go to file a complain ? or are they right ? or is there anything i could do.

I was fire by my employer for taking the day off. MY reason was that i was mugged and had to apply for my ID in the DMV and had to get my bank cards replace. They claim that i did not schedule the day off. There's been other cases that i had been sick and was force to go to work cause they claim i did not schedule the day off. Any day i would take had to be schedule or also i would get ridden up for it.

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Unless you have a contract, you were an at-will employee and therefore could be fired for any reason or no reason so long as it was not an unconstitutional reason such as based on race, gender, religion, etc.

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Absent some unlawful discrimination, or an employment contract or policy to protect you, I am afraid your employer is in the right.

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Ryan M. Finn

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One caveat. If you believe your employer is applying a different set of rules for you, compared to other employees, then you should figure out why that is the case. If it is a mere personality conflict, then this is not protected, but, if there is some unlawful reason for the disparate treatment, then there could be discrimination. Best of luck.

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You can be fired for any reason, even if you have a good excuse.

If you'd like to discuss, please feel free to call. Jeff Gold Gold, Benes, LLP 1854 Bellmore Ave Bellmore, NY 11710 Telephone -516.512.6333 Email - Jgold@goldbenes.com