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Appraisal of the employment-at-will doctrine

Using the case: "Two Tough Calls (A)" (Harvard Business School case, no. 9-306-027) by Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr. address the following:

1. What's your appraisal of the employment-at-will doctrine?
2. Given this doctrine, what responsibilities does the manager in the case have to get Terry and Phil?
3. As the manager in the case, how would you handle these two decisions?

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1. What's your appraisal of the employment-at-will doctrine?
2. Given this doctrine, what responsibilities does the manager in the case have to get Terry and Phil?
3. As the manager in the case, how would you handle these two decisions?

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1) What's your appraisal of the employment-at-will doctrine?
The employment-at-will (EWA) doctrine indicates that the employer has the right to terminate the employment contract at any time, for any reason, or for no reason. However, recent rulings suggest that some courts have carved out exceptions to the employment-at-will doctrine when the discharge violated an established public policy. This may be due to the employee being discharged in retaliation for insisting that the employer comply with the state's food and drug act or for not filling workers ...

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