Read this tip to make your life smarter, better, faster and wiser. LifeTips is the place to go when you need to know about Legal Forms for Business Agreements and other Legal Forms topics.
An employer does not need "good cause" to fire an at-will employee. In fact, the employee has very limited rights to fight their termination.
Unless you have a policy that says you will only fire employees for "good cause" then the law automatically assumes all your employees are at-will. However, it is a good idea to have an employee sign an Employment Agreement that specifically states that their employment is “at-will.” You can find employment agreement forms for this purpose at RocketLawyer.com.
Here are some of the illegal reasons that you CANNOT use to fire an employee (even if they are an at-will employee). You cannot fire an employee:
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|