North Carolina  |  Administrative Law

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Asked on: 10/16/08, 6:05 pm

Being layed off

Hi, I was recently laid off from a company based out of PA, and I was working from home in NC. During my interview, I told them the reasons for leaving my present employer was due to recent layoffs which did not directly affect me. They assured me that their company was stable and had plans to put me on available projects. After 2 weeks of reviewing company procedures/policies, and having not technically started working on anything, they told me I was being layed off due to no work being available. They provided a list of 5 people being laid off, all with different job titles from a total of at least 100 employees or more who were considered. Can I sue them for lying to me about the stability of their company? Please help, as I feel robbed and lied to.

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