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  igive  |  28

Actually that's not true, I learned in HR class that you must provide a reasonable cause in order to fire some one or they can sue you. Now, as to what is defined as "reasonable cause" is where it gets sketchy.

  0ops_i_died  |  8

It really does depend. Some company's have a contract they just about force you to sign to get the job. The one I signed was somewhere along the lines of "the economy is shitty so we can fire you for whatever reason if you get this job". OP is out of luck if this applies :/

  DerrickJames  |  33

When I worked at Banana Republic I had to many forms, one of which that stated I can be fired without cause. They do thus a lot now. OP could be in that situation.


35 - That's not true for all workers. As an employee under contract, yes they would have to provide probable cause, but as he said if the worker is an "at will employee" they can be fired at any time. "At will employees" in the same light can quit for no reason without a two week notice.

  tjv3  |  10

Actually in an at will state they can just fire you. Unless you work at a school or government , or union job . We normally just tell them it's not working out and we are terminating their employment