At-will employment, the standard in every state except for Montana, is when the employer or the employee can end the working relationship at any time.
At-will employment means that your employer can fire you at any time for almost any reason—but you can also quit without giving them a reason.
Almost every state is an at-will state, but they don't all treat it the same way. This table guide explains the rules for every at-will employment state.
At-will employees can be fired at any time for almost any reason, but there are exceptions to the rule. Learn when at-will termination could become illegal.
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