Employees often need legal advice from an employment lawyer before a termination occurs. Obtaining advice in advance of termination will prevent an employer from building a case against the employee to justify firing the employee without compensation.
Many employees know that they will eventually be terminated. This termination could be due to the current economic crisis and the high number of bankruptcies and business downsizing that is occurring. Employees need advice about how they can be best positioned so they have a stronger legal case. We regularly advise clients before they are terminated about how to protect their rights. You will often receive less money if you make a wrong move without getting legal advice.
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