Firing a intimidating employee

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Personal characteristics and immigration status Anti-discrimination laws, spearheaded by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, prohibit workplace discrimination based on race, gender, national origin, or religion.Other state and federal laws have expanded anti-discrimination protections to age, sexual orientation, pregnant females, and new mothers.

But there are situations where non-cooperation is not proper grounds for terminating an employee at will.

Forty-nine states recognize employment at will as the default employment relationship (Montana being the exception).

But employment at will is not an employer’s carte blanche and the doctrine does have its limitations.

From the initial interview through annual performance reviews and everything in between, this generation will be challenging their managers to show them a path.

They will want to understand what opportunities are present both inside and outside of the company.

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