Category Archives: Wrongful Termination
Can You Be Fired For Discussing Forming A Union In Florida?
While fewer U.S. workers are members of labor unions than decades ago, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that 14.3 million wage and hour workers nationwide belong to a labor union (2022). You may be considering organizing your workplace in Florida. This raises an important question: Can you be fired for talking about… Read More »
Wrongful Termination In Florida: Public Policy Violations
In the context of employment law, the term public policy can be understood as the overriding principles—sometimes unwritten—upon which laws are based. In some cases, a public policy violation could be the basis of an employee’s wrongful termination claim. Here, you will find an overview of wrongful termination based on public policy in Florida…. Read More »
Can You Still Sue For Wrongful Termination If You Accepted A Severance Package In Florida?
A severance package is a bundle of pay and benefits that is offered to an employee who has been laid off or otherwise terminated from a company. You may be wondering: Can you sue for wrongful termination if you agreed to take a severance package? The answer is generally “no”—though the terms of the… Read More »
Florida Employment Law: What is a Constructive Discharge?
An employee may leave a job for a wide variety of different reasons. In some cases, the position may simply not be the right fit. In other cases, there may be a better opportunity available. Of course, not all workers resign of their own volition. Unfortunately, some employees are all but forced to quit… Read More »