Hello again Marlin,
I was attempting to find out the facts, so I could tell you if you can fight a termination. The law doesn't function in a vacuum, so facts are always necessary. I can tell you what the general law is as it relates to contracts or employment arrangements that are "at will
." That is what termination without cause means. It means that an employer (or employee) may terminate a contract for any, or no, reason and with no notice or warning. However, there are some exceptions. Those are if there is a contract or company policy that says the employee has more rights to retain their job. In your case, I am guessing there is no since you say you have a contract that says you can be terminated without cause. The only other exception is that the employer cannot terminate an employee simply because the employee is a member of a protected class under employment discrimination
laws or in retaliation
for the employee filing a wage
complaint with the State, a worker's compensation claim, or for FMLA
So, if your situation fits into one of the exceptions I mentioned, you might have legal recourse by way of a wrongful termination
suit. However, if it doesn't then you have no recourse, as the contract, and the general law of Michigan is employment "at will."
Please let me know if you have any follow up questions. I would be glad to assist you further if I can.