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1) I live and work in the state of FLorida. Florida is a Right-to-Work state - you can be fired at anytime. I read somewhere that you cant be fired based on the "Right-to-Work" law if its NOT printed in the employee handbook for the company that you work for.
IS this true??????

2) Can Unemployment wages be disputed by a company that fires you for "poor performance?" don't they have to substantiate this claim???



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Not from FL but right-to-work is different from what I think you are talking about, "at-will". and if FL is an at will state is probably does not have to be in a handbook although the employer usually puts it there to show that there was not any other promises.

Poor performance does not disqualify folks from unemployment per se.

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