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Good afternoon,Fair --no. Legal though? Unfortunately yes. Michigan, like most states, is an at will employer. That means in the absence of an employment contract or union agreement, employees may be terminated at any time, with or without cause. It makes no difference, regrettably, that the customer could look up this information themselves. You can just as easily be terminated because your boss wakes up in the morning and feels like it.Absent being terminated for an unlawful reason -because of your race, religion, age, sex, disability or national origin, for example, the employer acted within their rights.I'm sorry I cannot tell you otherwise.
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