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Do Not Quit in Response to an Anticipated Wrongful Termination
Do Not Quit in Response to an Anticipated Wrongful Termination

It is not uncommon for an employer who wants to terminate an employee for an illegal reason (such as discrimination) to first attempt to get the employee to quit. The actions taken by the employer to get the employee to quit can take many forms. The employer will make the ...

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