What is “at-will” employment?
- Employment “at will” means that your employer can terminate your employment at any time for almost any reason — or even for no reason at all. Generally, workers are considered at-will employees unless they have an employment contract stating otherwise. But employment contracts don’t have to be written; a court can enforce oral employment contracts. A local employment attorney can explain how at-will employment fits your particular circumstances.
- What is considered harassment at work?
- What are the elements of a hostile work environment claim?
- What is the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)?
- What is considered workplace discrimination?
- How much time can I take off for maternity or paternity leave?
- What is a non-compete agreement?
- How do I know if I should make a sexual harassment claim?
- Do I lose my health coverage if I lose my job?