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Asked on: 11/29/10, 8:47 pm

I was working for a government agency as a temporary employee and my supervisor was going around and telling my co-workers that she wasn't keeping me after only my first week on the job. Also, she terminated me for unknown reasons in front of all my co-workers instead of pulling me aside or into an office. Is there basis for a possible lawsuit against my ex employer or my ex supervisor?

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Answered on: 12/05/10, 4:10 pm by Neil Rubin

Probably not. Your employer is not required to give you any reason whatsoever. Also, the fact that she terminated you in front of your co-workers, even if cruel, is not illegal. Sorry, I could not be more encouraging.


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