Do you think that it is fair to terminate employees because of the (At Will Law) ?
Do you think that it is fair to terminate employees that are not in a union because
of the 1984 At Will Law.
Which means that the employer doesn't need a vaild reason for termination.
I agree with mcrawford. Even where the at will doctrine applies, employers have to consider the possibility of discrimination and retaliation claims if they fire people without cause. Also, if they are looking to avoid paying unemployment benefits, they also will need to show a good reason for firing the employee.
The At Will Employment system has resulted in convoluted workarounds in hiring, operations, and termination that interfere with both employment security and business. Some parts of the original Act could be made fair in daily use, but can all of it? read more
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