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By  thatguyyx  |  16

Report that. Wrongful termination is illegal, and you can sue. I doubt "no enough experience with fun spiritual" will hol up in court. Especially in court.

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By  thatguyyx  |  16

Report that. Wrongful termination is illegal, and you can sue. I doubt "no enough experience with fun spiritual" will hol up in court. Especially in court.

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  krez  |  16

IANAL, but I believe you can only sue for wrongful termination under specific circumstances (e.g. discrimination based on a protected classification). Most employment in the USA is at-will, meaning you can quit, or be fired, for no good reason at all (as long as it is not because of the aforementioned discrimination).

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  robc32ca  |  16

krez, any dismissal in any country has to have solid merit. if they do not have the termination documented with valid reason. unless the op was during a probation period in which case the can terminate with no reason specified.

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  cptmorgan15  |  16

That's exactly what's wrong with this world. Whenever something bad happens to someone, the first thing they do is sue. It's pathetic. Suck it up like people used to do. It amazes me how you can sue for anything and everything nowadays.

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  livetodisco  |  16

Exactly. "spiritual" can be tied back to religion. And that whole statement makes no sense. If not sue, he could at least get his job back. if he even wants it.

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  krez  |  16

Hmm, for some reason I thought the OP was from the USA (Tennessee to be exact), must have been a different one I was thinking of. In the UK you have a case (unless the employment contract says you must be experienced in fun spiritual), although I don't know if Brits are as sue-crazy as us Americans.

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  goobly  |  16

In the United States many employees are "at will," which means they can be fired at any time for any reason, including not being "experienced with fun spiritual" or for no reason at all. Whether OP can successfully sue depends on the nature of the employment agreement. I swear, on the Internet you'll find the dumbest, most uninformed legal advice. Why would you take any legal advice from some idiot teenager who doesn't know a damn about anything? If you have never studied law, stop spreading misinformation and STFU, seriously.

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