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At-will employment and termination in Minnesota

The United States as a whole has robust civil rights laws that protect people in many facets of life including at work. Additionally, each state in the nation has its own such laws. While these laws aim to prevent acts such as discrimination or wrongful termination, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights indicates that an action may be unfair but that does not necessarily make it illegal. It is important for Minnesota residents to understand their rights under the laws and how to know when to seek help.

At-will employment and termination in Minnesota

The United States as a whole has robust civil rights laws that protect people in many facets of life including at work. Additionally, each state in the nation has its own such laws. While these laws aim to prevent acts such as discrimination or wrongful termination, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights indicates that an action may be unfair but that does not necessarily make it illegal. It is important for Minnesota residents to understand their rights under the laws and how to know when to seek help.

Woman suing city for alleged discrimination, wrongful termination

Readers in Chaska may or may not be aware that in many cases employers can fire an employee at anytime, for any reason, without warning. While employment law does allow for at-will termination, an employer still cannot terminate an employee’s contract for unlawful reasons, including based on a disability or in retaliation for blowing the whistle on another employment law violation.

Woman suing city for alleged discrimination, wrongful termination

Readers in Chaska may or may not be aware that in many cases employers can fire an employee at anytime, for any reason, without warning. While employment law does allow for at-will termination, an employer still cannot terminate an employee’s contract for unlawful reasons, including based on a disability or in retaliation for blowing the whistle on another employment law violation.