ID Number: 15768604-740 We know that Ohio is a “Right To Work
” state. The situation is, Employee (#1) who has 6 years with the company, obtaining exceptional yearly reviews, and the only employee to ever get a perfect 100% in one of those reviews, gets
fired. How can this be OK? How it happened was that Employee (#1) was teaching Employee (#2) the procedures and function of the Accounts Receivable Department, as instructed by a Supervisor. After two months of Employee (#2) shadowing Employee (#1), and not
doing very well in learning what she needed, to comprehend for the position. Employee (#1) received a greeting card from Employee (#2) stating how nice Employee (#1) was and has been, and grateful for her efforts. Shortly after this, Employee (#2), goes down
to Human Resource and complains that Employee (#1) was yelling and screaming at her. Therefore, Human Resource’s calls Employee (#1) down and asked her if this was true and did this happen. Employee (#1) denied the accusation and stated that, “that did not
happen”. Everyone in the Company will tell you that Employee (#1) would not raise her voice to anyone Human Resource’s fired Employee (#1) on the spot without any further investigation. Further investigation into the situation would have stopped this whole
thing. This Company I am talking about is a Law Firm, Tucker Ellis. Now you would think that they would have better procedures That HR would follow before destroying someone’s life. What I would like to know is what can be done about this, to reverse it. So
since Ohio is a “Right To Work” state, there is nothing we can do, Correct?