Today i got fired for no reason or warning. I have work for this company for 2 years nd o get laid off
Sorry. Unless you are part of a union, you can be fired for any reason, or for no reason. California is a "right to work" state, meaning that you have the absolute right to get fired.
California is an at-will state, meaning that any employee may be terminated with or without notice and with or without cause. That said, an employer cannot terminate you for an illegal reason such as discrimination, whistleblowing, retaliation or violations of public policy. To determine if your employer used an illegal reason to terminate you, you should contact an employment attorney to review your case.
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Unless something is going on that you have not mentioned, you do not have a viable claim against your former employer. Almost all workers in the United States are employed "at will," which means the employer can legally fire you at any time, and for any reason or no reason at all. The employer doesn't have to be fair to you. And it doesn't have to warn you in advance or give you a reason to fix whatever the problem was.
Not a darn thing. Loyalty, hard work and sacrifice earn you no legal rights against your employer. As an at will employee, your employer owes you no duty of respect, or loyalty. It can terminated you for any reason or even no reason at all. You have no right to fair treatment.
I am sorry you lost your job. Hopefully you can move on to find an employer that will value you more than this prior one did.
Good luck to you.
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