Jeff Lapin knows about at-will
employment, as he is in California.
Depending on other courts' use of the decision in the future, Baker may have sweeping effects on all agreements--not merely arbitration agreements--between at-will
employees and employers in the future.
The acknowledgment should also reiterate the at-will
relationship, and that the handbook does not create a contract of employment.
In Indiana there are some limited exceptions to the at-will
doctrine as it relates to individuals terminated from employment.
This article will explain the development of the at-will
doctrine in New York.
The immigration bill proposes that foreign workers who come to the United States to work under the at-will
or contract visa programs can only stay for a maximum of six years or one three-year period with a renewal option.
The court noted that although an at-will
employee may be terminated at any time, with or without cause, there was a genuine question of fact to be decided; to wit, was the nurse the subject of retaliatory termination?
Haun alleged, inter alia, that the hospital was guilty of: 1) wrongful termination in violation of public policy, 2) wrongful termination in violation of the specific intent exception to Pennsylvania's default employee at-will
doctrine, and 3) in the alternative, tortious interference with contract by the defendants.
There is a long list of limits to an employer's right to terminate an employee at-will
The employee at-will
legal standard is fundamentally unjust," he told NCR.
employees in Alaska may be terminated for many reasons short of federally illegal discrimination (based on age, race, sex, religion, national origin, disability or pregnancy) or illegal termination in violation of a public policy.
The prevalence of at-will
employees often brings corporate clients in asking "What happens when my at-will
employee leaves to work for my competitor?