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It may not happen for a while, but eventually, every business owner has to deal with the difficult decision to terminate an employee. Did you know that unless an employer has an agreement with an employee, the employment relationship in California is “at will.” This means, you can fire an employee for a good reason, a bad reason, or no reason at all. However, you cannot terminate an employee for an illegal reason. Examples of illegal reasons include various types of discrimination and retaliation.
In an employee-friendly state such as California, do not let yourself get lost in the murky waters of employee termination. Let Kristen at TRESTLE LAW help you determine the appropriate methods by which you should terminate all employees, and how to properly document and maintain employee files to ensure a working system in your business. Contact Kristen at TRESTLE LAW today.