Employment Law Questions? Ask an Employment Lawyer.
Hello, I know this is hurtful. You may review your complaint with an attorney to determine if you have a validate complaint for a wrongful termination. It appears that there were company guidelines and policies but would be applied differently with employees, where the employer failed to follow their own policy thereby creating an work environment that has adversley impacted you.
If you were singled out and treated differently you may have a recourse to file against your employer.The great part of this is that you will need to prove the allegations and show that the policies were not followed in your case.
The other factor is that your state has a law that is called AT Will that states that any employee can be terminated at anytime for any reason as long as the reason is not discriminatory. This doctrine would apply in your case unless you can approve discrimination. I hope this has helped if so click
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