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  • cbg
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    Solely on the basis of what you have posted, no, there are no grounds for lawsuit. That doesn't mean that (a) she won't try it anyway or (b) facts you have not provided may change the answer.

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  • sammyskiis
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    grounds for lawsuit?

    Sorry if this seems like a stupid question ... I'm in PA. I have an employee who's quitting after 5 years with the company. She's angry becuase the job she was "hired" for never worked out the way she was told it would during the interview process. This is true - she was able to use her skills/knowledge but due to business reasons the original job never came about. She's over 40, not a minority. Are there any grounds for a lawsuit? Her letter of resignation leads me to believe she might try to go that route, but I'm not aware of any laws that were violated. Thanks!
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