Thank you for your additional information, Kate, and do not be worried,
If an employer and employee have a written Employment Agreement, it will usually state the conditions under which the employer can terminate the employee. Without a written Employment Agreement, the employment relationship is "At Will" which means that the employer can terminate the employee for any reason, or for no reason, with, or without notice. However, there are situations where even though there is no written Employment Agreement, the employer cannot terminate the employee without first taking certain steps. In your situation, the employer must give the employee a written warning before even considering terminating the employee. Even where there is no written policy for written warnings, if the employer established, through a course of conduct, an unwritten policy of first giving employees written warning before terminating them, then the employer must follow the unwritten policy which was established before terminating an employee until a differen policy is established in writing. Therefore, you cannot be terminated at your meeting because you have never been written up and never given any prior written warning. If she does terminate you, you will file a formal Complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC"), on the grounds that you were singled out for different treatment than that accorded to other employees.
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