By Anonymous - 24/06/2018 20:30
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And that is why, so much as possible, you avoid a job where there is family working for family such as this. In the long run if OP’s story is true, karma will catch up with boss and his business will suffer from having an over-paid, under-performing employee on his staff who is hard to fire. While I agree that this might be an illegal firing, proving that is a long shot - especially if this is in a state that allows businesses to fire individuals for no reason. And, if other potential employers find out you have a lawsuit going with a former employer they are not going to hire you. It is sadly true that the deck is stacked against the employee when it comes to proving unlawful termination.
If you can prove that. Call a lawyer and see what they say.
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