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Patty Harrison
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Many places can terminate employee no matter what however maybe a case on discrimination or something that matter I know laws have change in each state. I am just wondering if you are out work because of covd_19 act can the employer still do that? I have talk about pass employment due to fact some say other hear about something and it goes to a human resources and if that a person use to work for the company and moved up they make sure your never getting any job . Is that right for a person to tell me never say something. I clearly only talk about I had a job I apply for it that job no where did it state I must work for another company. I wonder if any thing right or wrong nowadays. I know however I am reading fine print before even trying for another job. If by any means that one person said you have to work that other company is it subordination? If feel it is not .same building with many different branches of employment,( as in) ezmart, had it set of rule and under that it always has a burger king, and d Dunkin' donut. So to speak can I be force to work the others ?

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Julie Cox-Lambright
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I was fired in January of this year because I am unvaccinated. I contracted covid before my employer's mandate date and was working from home. It got to the point where I couldn't do my work at home and had to be in the office. They didn't accept my medical exception and still tried to push the vaccine on me. They had others who were not vaccinated with any exceptions and allowed them to test but would jit allow me. I am seeing employers still saying you need to be vaccinated if you want to work for them I can't wait until it's all done and we can get back to work.

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Thanks for sharing your story patty

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Thanks

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Jennifer S. Gaudier-V
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Hi Patty, despite being an at-will employee, you are still protected under Employment Laws if your termination was based on any protected grounds. Unfortunately, when it comes to HR, you are correct in many cases, as their hands are tied by the leadership team and its directive. However, do not allow that to deter you from filing any complaints and keeping a copy. Should you have a case that goes to court, you will have proof you made efforts to follow procedures. The onus goes to the employer to prove justification for termination and if they cannot, you will have documents to prove otherwise. If you are unhappy with working with someone due to harassment, or bullying, for example, you have every right to file a complaint with your Manager. It is their responsibility to bring this up with HR. An investigation will need to take place and HR should interview you. In a retail establishment, it can be difficult to choose with whom you work with, I would consider even placing you on another shift if that is possible.

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