The vast majority of employees are considered “at will” employees. In short, this means the employment relationship can terminate at any time. While well established, this “at will” status is not without limitation. While not exhaustive, the following provides some examples of actions that may be found to be wrongful:
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An employee may also have a claim for “constructive discharge” if and when an employer creates working conditions that are so unbearable the employee, when compared to a reasonable person standard, has no choice but to terminate their employment.
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