What Constitutes Wrongful Termination ?   

          Wrongful termination generally means an unfair discharge for an employee. However, there are certain exceptions for unfair employment discharge. Wrongful termination can also be referred to as wrongful discharge or wrongful dismissal, wrongful firing, illegal dismissal, discharge or termination. More...

Can You Sue For Wrongful Termination ?

Can You Sue For Wrongful Termination

Wrongful termination is not only unethical but also an illegal practice because the whole concept of terminating someone just on the basis of their case, color, creed, nationality, religion, or similar stuff is sheer injustice and the person is free enough to go to the court in order to have his or her rights persevered in such conditions. This kind of discrimination is always prohibited by the law and people found doing so are punished accordingly.More...

 

 

Age Discrimination And Wrongful Termination

Age Discrimination And Wrongful Termination

Wrongful termination is something that point towards the illegal or the improper dismissal of any employee. The law states that it is purely illegal as well as unethical for an employee to be dismissed on the basis of their gender, age, color, race, creed, nationality or the religion. More...

 

 

Unfair Dismissal Due To Illness

Unfair Dismissal Due To Illness

Absenteeism due to illness cannot be a basis for dismissal. An employee cannot be lawfully dismissed by an employer because of temporary absence from work due to illness or injury. If an employee is dismissed for temporary absence from work due to illness or injury, it is considered as unfair dismissal. However there are some conditions. An employee cannot be absent for more than 3 moths either in separate periods or single block in one year, unless, he or she is on a paid sick leave for that duration.More...

 

 

Wrongful Federal Termination Claims

Wrongful Federal Termination Claims

Wrongful termination means that an employer has discharged, or fired or laid off an employee for illegal reasons in the eyes of law. There are various reasons of illegal termination including:

  • Termination as form of sexual harassment
  • Terminating an employee in violation of federal and state anti-discrimination laws
  • Violating oral or written employment agreements and firing employees
  • Firing an employee by violating labor laws including collective bargaining laws
  • Firing an employee in retaliation for the filing of a complaint or claim against the employer More...

 

 

Wrongful Termination Lawsuits Against Target Corporation

Wrongful Termination Lawsuits Against Target Corporation

A company or organization suffers unreasonable burden in its day-to-day activities of business because of a wrongful termination lawsuit. It not only affects productivity and incurs legal costs but also affects other employees’ morale. It is very important to protect one’s company from such a lawsuit.

Take the example of Lincoln Tile Co. case which occurred a few years ago. The company fired an employee for insubordination after repeated written and oral warnings. The employee claimed that he had been terminated with no apparent cause and filed a complaint with the state department of labor. More...

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Statement-Of-Claim-And-Wrongful-Dismissal      Wrongful dismissal is an unfair employment discharge. Unfair employment discharge is also referred to as illegal discharge, wrongful firing, wrongful discharge or wrongful termination. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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