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A fired worker may have a cause of action

In the perfect world, employers and employees would work harmoniously together for their shared interests. In reality, however, there is often conflict between the two, which often leaves the worker with little choice: comply or find another job. One of the reasons Florida employers wield so much power is because most Florida workers are considered at-will, meaning they can be fired for any reason or no reason at all. But that power to terminate is not without limits.

Woman is awarded back pay for wrongful termination

A bus driver in Gainesville, Florida, was awarded her job back in addition to three years worth of back pay. The woman was terminated by her employer in 2015 after acts that were deemed to be immoral and had a negative impact on the community. In both instances, the woman claimed that she was defending herself against passengers who had become physically aggressive with her.

What does wrongful termination actually cover?

You might be surprised, but wrongful termination laws don't cover you simply because you believe you've been let go for unfair reasons. In Florida -- and many other states -- unless you are protected by a contract or some type of union agreement, your employment is at the will of the person who hired you. With some exceptions, the employer can let you go for reasons that seem stupid or unfair.

3 Florida cities recognized for anti-discrimination policies

In many Florida municipalities, those in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community do not have protection from discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations. However, three Florida cities were recently recognized for their anti-discrimination policies to protect LGBT citizens.

Even at-will business relationships can't end in discrimination

It's fair to say that there's a lot of gray area when it comes to business relationships, especially when they end. Part of the reason for this is that many employees are employed in an "at will" status. This means that the boss can fire them whenever he or she wants to do so, and there does not even have to be a reason.

Were you wrongfully terminated from your job?

It is easy to be upset if you are fired or laid off from your job. Many people automatically assume they were wrongfully terminated. While this may be true, there are times when this is not the case. Instead, the employer had every right to make this decision.

The details of constructive termination

As an employee, you have the right to know why your position is terminated. You also have the right to be treated with respect at all times. There are times when an employee is wrongfully terminated, such as the result of discrimination. There are is also something known as constructive termination. This is when working conditions are so bad that any reasonable person would resign.

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