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Q: Is there a way to request documents and report from my employer on why I was terminated

I know it's a higher it will state and I know the main reason of why they terminated me, but they act very weird and quiet about it and I find it odd and I want to know more?

Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler
answered on Nov 19, 2023

If you have enough grounds to bring a cause of action against the employer for the termination, then part of your court case could include asking for records, deposing witnesses, etc. for more information as to the termination.

If you were an at-will employee and it is just curiousity, then...
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Q: Can employers leave public feedback on their employees?
Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler
answered on Oct 27, 2023

Potentially yes, but they open the company to possible liability for libel, slander, employment law issues, etc. I can't think of a good reason it would benefit a company to do so that wouldn't be outweighed by the potential liability that could come with it.

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Q: Can a company require use of a corporate vehicle if there is not always one available for all employees?

When hired the agreement was use of personal vehicle and a fee per delivery. After obtaining corporate vehicles they’re requiring use (when available). Meaning who drives them is a matter of scheduling making this policy seem potentially discriminatory

Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler
answered on Jan 4, 2021

Generally a company can have a policy that prohibits employees from using a personal vehicle for work-related activities and requiring to use a corporate vehicle. If there is actual discrimination in the work place, you may want to report such to the Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission. There... View More

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Q: can i get fired for giving my work a weeks notice i won’t be able to come in on a certain date?

i gave them a weeks notice and told them i need it covered.

Rhiannon Herbert
Rhiannon Herbert
answered on Oct 20, 2020

In at-will employment states, employees can be fired for any reason or no reason at all, as long as the reason isn't discriminatory (i.e. based on your race, sex, age, religion, disability). While your situation seems unfair, your employer's actions are not unlawful.

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Q: I was an employee on FMLA then in the middle of it the company let me go. I was not let go for my quality of work.

There was three companies involved. All under umbrella of a fortune 500 company. I believed I was wrongfully let go. How long do I have to pursue or file a suit? Is there an attorney that I can speak with over the phone to see if this is worth pursuing?

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