Wrongful Termination

Authored By: Legal Aid At Work
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The general rule in California is that employees are considered to employed “at will,” meaning that they may be fired at any time by their employers, for any reason or for no reason at all. However, there are important exceptions to the “at will” rule.

Last Review and Update: Feb 01, 2017