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Are the exceptions to employment-at-will improvements to employment law? Why or why not?
The employment-at-will doctrine avows that when an employee does not have a written employment contract and the term of employment is of indefinite duration, the employer can terminate the employee for good cause, bad cause, or no cause at all (Muhl, 2001)
So, employee-at-will was believed to be the idea that neither the employee nor the employer was obligated in any way to each other. The employee could leave when the employee wanted and the employer could terminate the employment of the employee any time at all.
There are three exceptions to the employment-at-will which are:
1) Public-policy exception
The expert determines if the exceptions to employment-at-will improvements to employment laws.