Avoiding Wrongful Termination Liability - by Andy Wolfe

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Employee terminations are, far and away, the Number One cause of lawsuits against employers. As soon as an employee gets fired, whatever loyalty that employee (we’ll call him Joe) once had to his former employer will probably evaporate. Joe will almost always feel that the decision to fire him was unfair. He probably has bills to pay and mouths to feed. Angry, or afraid, or both, he recalls media stories about all the other ex-employees who filed lawsuits against their employers and got big money. He picks up the phone and starts looking for one of those lawyers who take wrongful termination cases on a contingency basis. There’s a good chance his search will be successful...

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