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Discussion in 'Termination: Firing & Resignation' started by unsettled, Sep 7, 2002.

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  1. unsettled

    unsettled Law Topic Starter New Member

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    MY SON WORKED FOR A (FRANCHISE SONIC) HE WAS HIRED AS
    A MANAGER. THE OWNER HAS NO RESPECT FOR HIM SIMPLY BECAUSE MY SON, SPEAKS UP! FOR INSTANCE, HE(MY SON)
    QUESTIONED HIM ON WHY A CO-WORKER WAS BEING PAID MORE
    THAN HIMSELF, WHEN INFACT THE PERSON HAD LESS EXPIRENCE?
    THE OWNER WAS FURIOUS ABOUT BEING CONFRONTED ON THIS.
    SO, THINGS WERE BEING DONE AT THE STORE LIKE( HIS SON)
    WAS COMING IN THE STORE TAKING PICTURES OF VARIOUS AREAS
    OF THE STORE. THIS IS TOO COMPLICATED TO TELL EVERYTHING.
    BUT MY SON WAS FIRED FOR AN ACCUATION HE WAS SEEN KISSING AN EMPLOYEE ON THE JOB (NOT TRUE) BECAUSE THIS IS AGAINST POLICY. AND WHO KNOWS THIS BETTER THAN HIM
    SINCE HE IS THE MANAGER. HE WOULDNT LOSE HIS JOB OVER SOMETHING SO PREVIOLUS.

    EARLENE
     
  2. Michael Wechsler

    Michael Wechsler Administrator Staff Member

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    If he was an at-will employee, he could be fired at any time for any reason. What he might have is a lawsuit for defamation (slanderous talk about the kissing) which will probably not result in much money.

    The state you are in could be a factor but this really comes down to your son being able to walk away from a job for which he felt he was not being adequaltely compensated.
     

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