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Written by attorney Fred S Shahrooz-Scampato | Feb 3, 2015

When Can I Get Fired In New Jersey?

New Jersey is an employment “at-will” state. That means that an employer can terminate an employee whenever they wish, for a good reason, a bad reason or for no reason at all. There are, however, roughly 12 situations when an employer is prohibited from firing an employee. They are as follows:

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