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Wrongful discharge

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Chicago & California

employed for five years, hotel executive, positive growth and transfers to other states for major projects, new senior vice president, no known incidents or documentation of terminable behavior, terminated without severance.

after five years of loyal service with no incidents on file, can they just let me go? person delivering termination was not my direct report - it was my senior vice president. director of operations (my direct report) did not even know it was coming either.

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Fired for no cause

Most people are employees at will and have no employment contracts or union contracts that protect them. That means that a boss can fire them at will for any legal reason other than discrimination on the basis of such things such as race, color, creed, etc. or no reason at all. If there is an employment contract, or a union, that's different.

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