Wrongful Termination Due to Breach of Contract
If you have an employment contract, written or otherwise, promising you job security, you may not be an “at-will” employee. You do not work “at will” if, for example, you signed a written employment agreement stating that you could be fired only for good cause. In this case, you will have a legal claim for breach of contract if your employer fired you without good cause. You also do not work “at will” if, for example, your employer promised, during your job interview, that you would not be fired for the first year of your employment, but fired you within that year.
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