Being fired is one of the most devastating things a person can go through. If it happens suddenly or after you’re suspecting it, a firing is an awful situation. However, there is hope that your firing might fall under what is called wrongful termination. Civil lawsuits, including wrongful termination cases, cost the United States economy nearly $239 billion a year. To put it simply, wrongful termination is when someone is fired for an unlawful reason. Here are four signs that you may have been wrongfully terminated.
- Fired After Reporting an Incident
Part of being a great employee is reporting wrongdoing within a company. Unfortunately, not all businesses operate with ethics and integrity. Some employees can face wrongful termination for reporting wrongful activity. Un Continue reading