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Wrongful Termination Examples

In the state of Arizona, most private-sector employees are considered “at-will” employees. Under ARS 23-1501, an at-will employment relationship that isn’t subject to a written contract or collective bargaining agreement may be voluntarily severed by the employer or the employee ...
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When Can You Sue For Wrongful Termination?

“At-will” employment laws allow employers to terminate employees at any time, for any reason, unless there is an employment contract or collective bargaining agreement that says otherwise. That said, at-will employees are protected by a number of other employment laws ...
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How Do You Prove Wrongful Termination?

In the state of Arizona, the employment relationship is considered “at-will” unless there is a written employment contract or collective bargaining agreement that says otherwise. Under at-will employment laws, the employment relationship is voluntarily severable by the employer and the ...
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What Would Be Considered Wrongful Termination?

While Arizona’s at-will employment laws generally allow employers to terminate workers for almost any reason (or no reason at all), there are a number of federal, state, and local employment laws that take precedence over at-will employment laws. Generally speaking, ...
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Can You Be Fired For No Reason In Arizona?

An employment relationship that isn’t covered by a written contract or collective bargaining agreement is known as “at-will” employment. An at-will employment relationship may be voluntarily severed by the employer or the employee at any time, for any reason. While ...
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