Employers are frequently neither fair nor careful in making decisions about termination, resulting in wrongful termination. You may have legal rights if you were terminated for unfair reasons in certain situations.
For instance, do you believe you were you fired:
- After lodging a complaint with your employer about a violation of the law or unfair behavior on their part? You may have a retaliation case.
- Because of employer prejudice of a protected class? You may have a discrimination case.
Your Rights Following Wrongful Termination
Upon termination, you may be owed certain benefits or wages according to your employment handbook or employment contract.
Additionally, do not give up your rights by signing any severance agreement without talking to a lawyer first. In fact, you may be protected from wrongful termination or termination without fair cause based on specified reasons in your employment contract.
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