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Yes this would be considered termination for cause.You have employees that have acted inappropriately and you can terminate them as at will employee.I don't see a problem at all doing so and you can contest any UI claims if they try to file for benefits.There is good cause in this situation to act as employer to terminate them both under Michigan law.You may proceed to do so.
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Yes you can here, statements are good evidence and you can suspend or terminate them.
Gathering statements and evidence for your hr files is a good way to protect yourself that there was cause for adverse action against employees here.
Anybody can sue but I don't see they have any merit or ability to prevail.You have good documentation here to take adverse action and suspend or terminate.They are employees at will.
Yes I would do so here.That is being consistent about the known problem.Thanks and good luck here.Thanks for positive rating.
Yes the new owner you reference above makes sense to notify them as you state.
Yes they are employees at will under Michigan law.