Termination

Employers have every right to set job standards and replace employees who do not meet them. But employees should not be fired without a legitimate job-related reason.


Related Issues

Plant Closings
Plant closings and mass layoffs have become increasingly common in recent years. According to the federal government’s General Accounting Office, nearly 2 million employees lose their jobs every year to plant closings and mass layoffs.
Whistle Blowers
Employees should not have to choose between voicing their concerns over employer misconduct and keeping their jobs.
Wrongful Discharge
An employer has a legitimate right to manage its business at it sees fit. That right, however, is not unlimited, and can not be exercised in a manner which denies fundamental American values.