Thank you. On this website, I do not always get to give good news, and this is one of these times.
An employer generally has the right to terminate or place an employee per diem
or on different sites FOR ANY REASON.
The only reasons they cannot do this for are:
based on race, religion, creed, etc; or, a retaliatory termination
due to a claim made by an employee); or
-CONTRACT POLICY (if one has a contract that disallows such a termination)
-COVENANT OF GOOD FAITH (example is firing an employee to avoid paying a benefit, for example)
Otherwise, an employer can do this for any reason, without notice. It can be based on a mistaken rumor, or, just the fact that they do not like your shoes one day. So they are limiting your job to non-choice locations and options. Unless a contract guarantees you work and a certain wage in writing, they can do this.
You will hear "right to work
" a lot. However, that does not mean what people think it means. All this means is that at time of being employed, the employee has a choice whether or not to join a union as a condition of employment.
You CAN sue him for any unpaid wages. However that does not factor into your current matter.
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