Fired with no reason given. what can I do I live in Maryland
1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Maryland on Jan 28, 2012.
Answered On Feb 9, 2012
An employer does not have to give a reason for firing. For employees not under an employment contract, an employer can fire for any reason so long as it is not illegal/discriminatory. If you believe you were fired for an illegal reason then you might want to consult with a lawyer. As a practical matter one might want to start looking for a new position and/or explore unemployment benefits which may or may not be available depending on the circumstances. Arden Law Firm Licensed in MD ONLY www.ardenlawfirm.com The above is general information and is not intended as legal advice.