Posted on September 26th, 2016 | Categories: Employment Law
It’s tough to find steady employment in today’s job market, and the struggling economy isn’t helping. More and more people are having trouble earning a living wage to support themselves and their families. While this does mean is that there’s a large pool of candidates applying for any and all jobs in a given field, it also means that employers who let employees go, even for valid reasons (performance, availability, payroll cuts, etc.), should be on guard against lawsuits from disgruntled ex-employees who are desperate to keep their jobs or fight back against a firing.