This refers to an instance when an employee is fired for illegal reasons or in a manner that breaches public policy or their contract. There is no specific law that protects against , but a breach of state or federal employment laws is regarded as a cause for wrongful termination.
This is when an employer punishes an employee for engaging in legally protected activities. It includes demotion, firing, job reassignment, or reduction in wages.
contract review & negotiation
Employees need to protect themselves by pointing out and negotiating critical components of a contract, for instance, compensation and benefits, provisions for termination, non-competition agreements, and dispute resolution requirements for any future claims.
family & medical leave act
Here, we resolve disputes surrounding this provision of the employment laws and ensure that your employer grants you the allocated days for these emergencies.