I was given a signed letter from my manager that states I had 60 days to improve my productivity or I will be subject to termination. It has been just about 30 days since I was given that letter and was terminated for my productivity. Could I take the employer to court?
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you're an employee at will, you would generally have no cause of action for what you describe. Look at the PIP language to see if it promises you retention for the 60 day improvement period. If it does and you are an employee at will, best case scenario is you have cause for 30 days of your pay.