July 14, 2021

Demystifying the At-Will Doctrine

Wrongfully terminated employees often mistakenly believe there is nothing they can do about an employer’s unfair termination because the at-will doctrine dictates that employment may be terminated at the will of either party, “for any or no reason.” This narrow and mistaken understanding of the at-will doctrine results in 1) far too many unlawful terminations; 2) employees failing to hold their employer accountable for unlawful termination; and 3) employees leaving their just and deserved compensation on the table.
June 30, 2021

Suffering in Silence is No Virtue

It is not virtuous or even commendable to suffer silently in the face of harassment, discrimination or retaliation from your employer. An employer, manager or supervisor that engages in bad behavior will likely repeat that behavior if they are not held accountable for it. Your silence robs you of compensation. It could damage your future employment prospects and emotional well-being. It may also lead to unforeseen, destructive societal consequences.