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(7 days ago) Even if you are fired for something you didn't do, the termination is not necessarily "wrongful" under the law. Employment actions recognized as "wrongful" or “unlawful” are very limited. What makes an action "wrongful" or illegal is the motivation behind it - i.e., the reason why an employer fires, disciplines, or otherwise treats an

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(Just Now) At Schwenn Law, we won't just tell you whether we'll take the case, or rush you into a lawsuit. We give you all the information and tools you need to make an informed decision for yourself - no pressure or sales pitches. We'll discuss the costs and benefits associated with pursuing legal action, what approach is in your best interest, and what

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(Just Now) This is a commonly misunderstood phrase. In the vast majority of employment disputes, it has no application at all. A "right-to-work" law prohibits agreements between labor unions and employers that require employees' membership, payment of union dues, or fees as a condition of employment.

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(5 days ago) Retaliation occurs when an employer refuses to hire you, fires you, cuts your pay, denies you a promotion, or harasses you because of something you did or said. If what you did or said was a legally-protected activity, you cannot be retaliated against. "Protected Activities" include:

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(6 days ago) You have the right to be employed in a workplace free of unlawful discrimination. Your employer cannot use any of your "protected traits" (listed below) as a factor when making important employment decisions like hiring, firing, compensation, promotions, demotions, transfers, or layoffs.

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