IHOP hired me about a week ago. It is "at will" employment. I trained for two days over the course of a week and then tonite I went to work for 7pm as told previously and was told that they had hired too many people and had to let me go. This was after I was told to buy slip resistant shoes and a uniform which cost me nearly a hundred dollars. I didn't even make that much during my training days at IHOP. Is this unlawful termination? Would I have a case?
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