If you’ve been fired, you may be wondering if your employer was within his or her rights to terminate you. If you do not work for the government, are not a member of a union, and do not have a specific written contract, then you are probably an “at will” employee in California. That means the employer can fire you for any reason unless it is an illegal reason. Illegal reasons for termination may include the following:
Retaliation for complaining to a government agency or complaining to the company about the company’s illegal or unsafe practices.
Termination based on a discriminating factor such as race, age, pregnancy or medical leave.
Termination after complaining to the company about illegal discrimination or harassment.
Breach of Written Contract
Termination in violation of a specific clause in a written agreement.
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