What is considered a wrongful termination in Ohio?

posted by Greg Mansell  |  Jan 31, 2020 5:20 PM [EST]  |  applies to Ohio

We are often asked by individuals and other attorneys, what is considered a "wrongful termination" in Ohio. The term "wrongful termination" really includes a wide variety of unlawful actions by an employer. Wrongful termination includes, but is certainly not limited to: -discrimination based on age, race, gender, pregnancy, religion, disability status; retaliation for opposing discrimination based on the classes above; -discrimination and retaliation for taking leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA); -failure to accommodate a medical under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); -the termination of a whistleblower; -the termination of an employee that complains about unpaid overtime or unpaid minimum wage; -the termination of an employee who refuses to engage in sexual activity with a superior or who makes a complaint of sexual harassment; There are many actions that may constitute a wrongful termination. If you think you have been termination unjustly, contact our wrongful termination lawyers today for a free consultation.

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