It’s Over: Ending the Employer-Employee Relationship in New York State

It’s Over: Ending the Employer-Employee Relationship in New York State | Bart Eagle

{3:10 minutes to read} The termination of an employee oftentimes presents the same questions to an employer, when considering the termination, and to an employee, when confronted with it. These questions are both legal and practical. Can the employee be terminated? New York is an at-will state. If the employee does not have a contract entitling her to continued employment for a period of time and/or setting forth grounds necessary for termination, and if no discrimination is involved and the law is not otherwise violated, an employer can discharge an employee at any time for any, or no reason. In those instances, unless the contract between the employer and employee provides otherwise, the employee is legally entitled to nothing: not continued employment, not notice, and not severance.

Click here to read Bart Eagle's full article...