Hello, I recently was terminated from employment while on probationary status. The probationary status was established upon misrepresented facts about my performance that can clearly and easily be proven false by computer logs of activity. My manager signed the agreement and I signed the agreement. Do I have grounds to call for voiding the probation on the basis of misrepresentation?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Probably not. You are presumably an at-will employee, and can be fired for any reason, at any time. Unless you think your termination was motivated by discriminatory animus, there is no case.
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