What protection does an employee have in a "Right to work State"...???

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Paula J. Mcgill

Answered On Nov 17, 2013
This is very broad question. So, in short, you have the right to quit; although, you should give reasonable notice before doing so. Your employer has the right to fire you for any reason that is not covered by the law (ex. race, sex, retaliation, religion, and the like). By far, these lawyers benefit the employers much more than the employee. It should be name the right to be fired and to quit.