Olathe Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Find the right Wrongful Termination attorney in Olathe, KS

Most employment in Kansas considered to be "at-will". This means that either the employer or employee can terminate the employment at any particular moment, and for any reason. The only exception to this are reasons that the law has particularly outlined as impermissible to use as a basis for employee termination.

Employment not falling in the "at will" category is subject to different limitations and requirements, so you should be sure to know the classification of your work setup. Arrangements for employment that are under a defined term contract are not "at will", and can only be terminated according to the clauses contained in the agreement.

What are the Illegal Grounds for Terminating At Will Employment in Kansas?

The most common illegal ground for terminating a Kansas employee is discrimination. An employer cannot terminate an employee simply for being of a certain race, nationality, religion or gender. A Olathe employer also is prohibited from terminating at-will employees as a form of retaliation if the worker has sought an investigation into discrimination or has filed a legal claim for discrimination against the employer.

Furthermore, the Family and Medical Leave act makes it illegal for employers to terminate any of their employees who have taken leave based upon family or medical needs. Finally, employers cannot terminate employees who are simply exercising a legal right, performing an obligation under law, or refusing to do an illegal act.

Do I Need a Kansas Attorney for My Wrongful Termination Case?

A local Olathe, Kansas attorney can better inform you about whether a wrongful termination has occurred, and will also help in collecting the appropriate documents for your case. There may also be unique procedures that an attorney can shepherd you through.

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Life in Olathe

Olathe, Kansas is a city in Johnson County, Kansas. It is also the county seat of that county. it has a population of about 125,000 people.

In 2008, CNN andMoneyMagazine named Olathe, Kansas one of the 100 best U.S. cities to live in, ranking it at number 11. Olathe, Kansas was so ranked because of its ample job opportunities, low unemployment, good public schools, and relatively low cost of living. Many professionals, such as lawyers, have relocated to Olathe, Kansas in recent years, making it one of the fastest-growing communities in the United States.

One of the largest employers in Olathe, Kansas is an air traffic control facility run by the Department of Transportation. It is one of 20 such facilities in America, and it monitors and directs most air traffic in the region.

If you live in Olathe, Kansas, and are in need of legal services, you will almost certainly be able to find an Olathe, Kansas attorney who can help.

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