All Employment Law Articles about Wrongful discharge

Can I still be fired if I already resigned.
Most employers want employees to give them a two week notice before resigning. Sometimes, though, employers accept a two week notice immediately, in effect firing employees two weeks before the employ...
posted by Neil Klingshirn  |  Oct 4, 2014 4:20 PM [EST] in Wrongful discharge  |  applies to Ohio

Tired Truckers: How the Tracy Morgan Crash is a Sign of a Bigger Problem
Driving while tired can be just as dangerous as driving while intoxicated, and in an industry that pushes the limits on production, tired truck drivers are often the result. The recent tractor trailer...
posted by Chris Wilms  |  Jun 11, 2014 07:09 AM [EST] in Wrongful discharge  |  applies to North Carolina

Wrongful Discharge - Terminations that Violate Public Policy
Technically speaking, courts do not recognize a claim for "wrongful discharge," at least by that name. Broadly speaking, any discharge that violates a law, causes great harm or is grossly unfair is "w...
posted by Neil Klingshirn  |  Sep 1, 2009 12:41 PM [EST] in Wrongful discharge  |  applies to All States

Right to Vote without Employer Interference or Threat of Discharge
Ohio's Right to Vote law states: No employer, his officer or agent, shall discharge or threaten to discharge an elector for taking a reasonable amount of time to vote on election day; or require or or...
posted by Neil Klingshirn  |  Aug 31, 2009 1:54 PM [EST] in Wrongful discharge  |  applies to Ohio

Florida wrongful discharge law
Florida law does not recognize a “wrongful termination” or "wrongful discharge" claim, at least by that name. Florida is an at-will state, which means that an employer may fire, demote, hire, prom...
posted by Donna Ballman  |  Aug 10, 2009 5:37 PM [EST] in Wrongful discharge  |  applies to Florida

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