Securing employment can be an exhausting, time-consuming and expensive process. Once employment begins, commitments of time, energy and talent are valuable contributions you bring to work every day. If you are the victim of wrongful termination, you deserve justice and fair compensation.
Arizona is an employment-at-will state, which means that employers can terminate employment for “good cause” or “no cause,” but not for “bad cause.” Bad cause includes termination based on discrimination, retaliation for whistleblowing or refusal to violate law, or breach of contract, among other things. Employers must also follow the termination limits and procedures laid out in employment contracts.
Government employees are often not “at-will” employees. They have many rights regarding termination. Unlike employees of traditional companies, government employees, after serving a probationary term, can often only be terminated for “cause” and can in many instances appeal their termination.
If you feel your employment termination was illegal, do not face your questions without a Phoenix employment lawyer. We will review the facts of your case, federal and state law and, if applicable, your employment contract to determine whether you have a claim against your employer for wrongful termination or breach of contract. Contact an experienced wrongful termination attorney at 602-682-6450 | 888-881-9890.
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