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Should An Employer Terminate an Employee With Previous Misconduct If They File a Complaint?

Should An Employer Terminate an Employee With Previous Misconduct If They File a Complaint?

Wrongful Termination Attorney in Gloucester County, NJ

  • The Employer should document any Misconduct and Job Performance in order to determine the Employee’s overall Quality
  • If the Employer can show that their Employee was of poor quality based on this information, they have the right to Terminate the Employee
  • There is so substitution for having this Documentation in a provable form

This informational video was provided by Allan E. Richardson, an experienced New Jersey Employment Lawyer.

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