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    Should the law allow an employer to fire an employee without a good reason? Conduct research to provide examples to support your position and use your own personal employment experiences when possible. Have you observed situations where an employee was fired? Did the employer give a reason? Do you believe the employer's actions were legal?

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    The law does not allow an employer to fire an employee without good reason. This is specifically called the covenant of good faith and fair dealing. According to this covenant, employer personnel decisions are subject to just cause standard (See: Kerrigan v. Britches of Georgetowne, Inc). This ...

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    Some exceptions to employment at will law are explained in a structured manner in this response. The answer includes references used.

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