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Do I have a wrongful termination claim?

Most employees in California are ‘at-will’, which means that you can quit or be terminated for any reason at any time. A termination is only wrongful if it violates California law. For example, terminations based on your protected category, such as your age, race, gender, religion, disability, and things of that nature are prohibited. Likewise, it is unlawful for an employer to terminate an employee based on the employee’s protected activity, such as reporting about illegal activities, making a complaint about discrimination or harassment, or taking protected medical leave.

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