Plymouth Wrongful Termination Lawyers

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Most employment in Massachusetts considered to be "at-will". This means that either the employer or employee can terminate the employment at any given moment, and for any reason. The only basic exception in "at-will" employment arrangements is that the termination may not be done for reasons which violate the law.

Employment not falling in the "at will" category is subject to different limitations and requirements, so you should be sure to learn the classification of your work setup. Typically, if your employment arrangement was for a set term, it is not "at will", and the employment can only be terminated according to procedure contained in the contract.

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

In the state of Massachusetts, employee discrimination is the most common illegal ground for termination in an at-will employment. Employers are prohibited from terminating their employees on the basis of race, gender, religion, or nationality. A Plymouth employer also is prohibited from terminating at-will employees as a method of retaliation if the worker has sought an investigation into discrimination or has filed a legal claim for discrimination against the employer.

Additionally, 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. Lastly, an employer may not fire an employee for refusing to do something illegal, for exercising a legal right, or performing a legal obligation.

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

Plymouth, Massachusetts lawyers are knowledgeable and can inform you properly as to whether a wrongful termination has occurred. They will also be able to help you gather the required information and documents, and will guide you through any unique or special procedures.

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Life in Plymouth

Plymouth is best known for being the location of the First Thanksgiving Feast and the capital of Plymouth colony, settled in 1620. It's wrought with Pilgrim history and is considered the oldest continuously inhabited English settlement. Plymouth was one of the country's first settlements and attracts tourists to destinations like Plymouth Rock. There's an influx of visitors during the Thanksgiving holiday, schools and families alike. Today, Plymouth is one of two Plymouth County seats and home to 59,000 residents. Jordan Hospital, a major regional medical center, is the largest employer in the city. Aside from tourism, Plymouth has seen a great boom in their research and telecommunications industries. Plymouth is also home to the only nuclear power plant in Massachusetts, the Pilgrim Nuclear Generating Station.

To accommodate the high number of tourists, there are lots of outstanding restaurants and accommodations. The lucky folks who get to move to Plymouth often seek out The Pinehills, a private residential development with two golf courses, a country club, and shopping village. For the children of residents, The Plymouth School System is the largest in Massachusetts with an enrollment of over 8,000 and the First Student Bus Company to provide transportation. Plymouth is host to many other convenient methods of transportation including rail, airport, highway, and ferry services to nearby municipalities. Plymouth is popular among professionals like lawyers. Plymouth lawyers are familiar with local courts and advising on a wide variety of legal matters. Many local lawyers are licensed to practice in a number of local New England states.

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