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what i am saying is she spoke to me about this 2 weeks ago and now
she is saying that she is about to fire me.Let me give you a little history
that i have with this company the managers there have come to my home at 3:00 in the morning cause they did not have anyone to cover
the shift and they always left a key for me since i was comming from
my other job so since she seen me comming out of a room she says
thats grounds for being fired can she fire me for something that i was given permission to do and if so shouldnt she be following protocol
which is 2verbals first and 3 write ups and then termination
I am not sure but i think its at will and i dont think that i signe the hand
book or the manager because i havent had a reveiw in 6 years so i really
yes it is
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When an employer states protocol and policies that need to be followed in an employment handbook that creates an implied contract. If your employer then deviates from that policy and you are terminated as a result, you can sue your employer for breach of contract.