What is considered wrongful termination?

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What is considered wrongful termination?

Many months ago I called corporate on a manager for acting inappropriately in front of a customer. Then I was given 2 failing evaluations from him after just receiving a passing one s few weeks before. He then was treating me in a rude way, swearing at me, calling me names. I made a second call to corporate, with witnesses. Nothing was done. Then I was written up twice for things clearly out of my control. I made yet another call to corporate. Still, nothing was even looked. Said manager would refuse to speak to me during my entire shift, he would single me out and yell about something clearly directed at me. Then, I get a complaint to corporate from a customer claiming I was discriminating against him because he was white, and took a Hispanic table first. I too am white, although I look Hispanic. And the incident that he is referring to, was me following the company policy to the tee. For this I was fired. I asked my general manager if he realized how crazy this was, his reply was,

Asked on September 7, 2017 under Employment Labor Law, Florida

Answers:

M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 4 years ago | Contributor

There was no actionable discrimination against you and in order to have a valid claim for wrongful termination that's what would have been needed. Further, unless your treatment violated the terms of an empoyment contract or union agreement, your employer could have termiated you for any reason or no reason at all, with or without notice. Whie seemingly unfair, it is the law.


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