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  • Betty3
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    http://employeeissues.com/wrongful_termination.htm

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  • DAW
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/At-will

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  • cbg
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    Under both Federal and state employment laws what you have described is not a wrongful termination as defined by law. A wrongful termination means there is a specific law prohibiting the employer from firing you for the reason he did; it does not mean that you were fired for something you didn't do; that you were not counseled or warned before termination; that you do not agree with the reasons given; or even that the employer was inconsistant in what he said the reason was.

    Google at-will employment.

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  • Confused 1
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    I work for a reservation as a social worker and near the end of June a letter was delivered to me dismissing me under the watchful eye of the tribal police I was escorted off the premises. No one ever talked to me about the incident that happened a year previous. I was dismissed for disposing of files improperly a year earlier. I had the documentation for the Federal Office as backup and when I grieved the dismissal they changed the reasons for my termination and wrote me another letter giving different reasons (bogus) for letting me go! Is that legal, if not, where do I go to get some help. They think they have soverign (sp) immunity but when they sign a contract with State and Federal funds they sign that away.
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