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I worked for a cleaning company and
was assigned to clean at the usps. The
company I worked for did not renew
their contract and only informed me
when I went to work one day that it was
my last day due to this. Is this legal for
no notice in my state
Asked on June 17, 2016 under Employment Labor Law, New York
M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 6 years ago | Contributor
Did you have an employment contract or union agreement that provided you recieve notice of a layoff? Did not informing you constitute some form of legally actionable discrimination? If not, then you were not entitled to be so informed. The fact is that most employment is "at will" which means that an employer can set the con dtionsof the workplace much as it sees fit or deems neceassary.
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