Wrongful Termination - Unlawful Termination
Employees in many states, including Georgia, are often reminded that they are considered "at-will" employees. This means an employer can fire you at anytime, even without good cause. However, just because you may be an at-will employee, does not mean you can be fired for discriminatory reasons. In other words, an at-will employment relationship does not somehow mean that your employer is not required to follow employment discrimination laws. Despite your employment status, even if you are a temporary, part-time, or seasonal employee, you are still protected against discriminatory or retaliatory termination practices. It you have been fired, terminated, let go, or laid off from your job and you believe it was in retaliation for a complaint of discrimination or harassment, refusal to break the law, whistleblowing, or that your race, color, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, pregnancy religion, or any other protected characteristic had something to do with it, please CALL US today. We will evaluate your facts and evidence, and if you have a case with which we can assist, we will fight to repair any harm that has been done to you.