Category : Wrongful Termination

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Is It Legal to Fire Someone for Absenteeism?

The most fundamental part of all jobs is showing up to work every day. It is a basic responsibility that no one can dodge. That said, life happens. Family members get sick, last-minute problems come up, and personal crises occur....

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Can My Boss Fire Me if I Share My Political Beliefs on Social Media Platforms?

When it comes to sharing your thoughts online, poster beware! Social media has been a great tool for the dissemination of ideas, and it can make you more visible around the world. But what happens when you become more visible...

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Can I Sue My Employer for Firing Me Under False Accusations?

Getting fired is always emotional. Even if your boss has a valid reason for letting you go, it hurts. But when your boss terminates you because of an outright lie, the trauma increases. When you believe that someone in your...

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Is Wrongful Termination Difficult to Prove?

Like most states, Maryland is an “at-will” work state. This means employees can leave their jobs at any time for any reason. It also means that employers can fire people at any time for any reason or no reason at...

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Wrongful Termination Settlements: What You Need to Know

If you believe that your employer terminated you wrongfully, you may wonder what type of compensation you could get if you decide to sue. Or, if you are an employer, you may wonder what your liability could be if one...

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Can I Get Fired for Not Answering My Phone on My Day Off?

If you have been an employee long enough, you’ve probably run into the following situation or one very close to it. You are relaxing on your well-needed day off. You’ve been working hard all week, and now it’s time to...

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Notice Requirements for Job Layoffs in Maryland

Perhaps one of the most challenging aspects of an employer’s job is the regrettable necessity of laying people off when they’ve done nothing to warrant dismissal from their jobs. But particularly in the COVID-19 world, many businesses have suffered irreparable...

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What Constitutes Wrongful Termination in Maryland

If you have been fired for what you feel is an unjust reason, you may wonder if there is legal action you can take to help get your job back or to compensate you for the wages you lost while...

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