7 things employees get wrong about ‘wrongful termination’

7 things employees get wrong about ‘wrongful termination’

7 things employees get wrong about 'wrongful termination'

A wrongful termination claim can be filed in a court of law if an employee believes he or she has been ‘illegally’ fired from the job. Such claims result from an alleged violation of federal or state anti-discrimination laws, employment contracts or labor laws, including whistle-blower laws.

A wrongful termination claim can also be filed when an employee believes the termination was due to sexual harassment or in retaliation to a complaint or workers’ compensation claim.

All of this seems pretty straightforward – wrongful always means unfair – right?

Not in the legal sense, no.


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