Hello again and thank you for your reply. Well it is key that you know whether or not your employer has a policy that requires that you get a certain number of write ups or incidents before you can be terminated. The reason why that is key is because Alaska is an employment "at will
" state. That means that an employer may terminate an employee for any, or no, reason and with no notice or warning at all, unless the termination
would violate a contract, company policy, the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, or was motivated by discrimination
because the employee terminated was a member of a protected class under employment discrimination laws.
So, unless your situation falls within one of the exceptions I mentioned, your employer could lawfully terminate you. You will want to try to get a hold of the employee manual or handbook to see what it says about termination of employment. If it appears they did not follow the rules, or you think you fall into one of the exceptions to the "at will" rule that I mentioned, then you will want to sit down with a local employment law
attorney and discuss your case in detail and decide what steps you want to take. That might include a letter from the attorney to the employer stating your position and giving them an opportunity to hire you back, filing a lawsuit for wrongful termination
, or nothing if the attorney does not see a legal issue with your termination.
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I would be glad to assist you further if I can.