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Steps to Take After Wrongful Termination

Steps to Take After Wrongful Termination

By Matthew Coffman |

Wrongful termination, or firing someone for an illegal reason, is fairly well-defined as a matter of law. What a person should do when they get wrongfully terminated is less obvious. How one acts after getting fired for a reason that cannot be justified under the law can make a huge difference in determining whether… Read More »

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Can my employer terminate me for discussing wages or terms of employment under its confidentiality policy? Columbus Employment Lawyers

By Matthew Coffman |

An employer cannot have a broad confidentiality policy which calls for discipline or termination of employees who discuss wages, hours, or other terms of employment. Contact our Columbus Employment Attorneys today! Many employers have a confidentiality policy which prohibits employees from openly discussing terms of their employment, including wages and hours. However, such broad confidentiality provisions… Read More »

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What should I do if I believe I was wrongfully terminated? Ohio Wrongful Termination Lawyers

By Matthew Coffman |

We assist employees who have been wrongfully termination. As Ohio wrongful termination lawyers, We often receive calls regarding wrongful termination when it is often not the case. In the absence of an employment contract, Ohio is an at-will employment state meaning that employers or employees may terminate their employment relationship at any time and… Read More »

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What should I do if my employer offers me a severance agreement? Ohio Severance Negotiation Attorneys

By Matthew Coffman |

When an employer gives an employee a severance agreement, they should contact an Ohio severance negotiation attorneys to review the agreement and explain their rights. Oftentimes, when an employer terminates an employee’s employment, whether that be because of termination, layoff, or for any other reason, the employer presents the employee with a severance agreement…. Read More »

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