What is the name of your state? MI
Can an employeer fire you just because they don't like you personally? Does EOE give them that right? My employeer and I had a falling out shortly after I began working for him due to a difference in opinions related to non-work subjects. We would have conversations about different things, getting to know each other, and most of my opinions were not in line with his. After this he began second guessing my ability to do my job correctly. A co-worker had told me that he had called the office manager asking her what he should do because he didn't like me but had no complaints about my work habits!! We go to court this friday, he has to prove that he fired me justifibly. He submitted copies of notes he had made in a pocket calendar regarding notices "he had given me" and complaints about me. Most of which were not true (he never gave the notices he claims) on my last day he wrote that I looked down and wore my coat in the office (he's a chiropracter); I had not made small talk with him since we always had differences of opinions & I only wore my coat before the office opened. How much weight do you think his "evidence" will hold?