Randolph 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. Usually, 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 a Massachusetts at-will employment, discrimination is the most common illegal ground for terminating an employee. Termination by an employer cannot be done on the basis of race, nationality, gender, or religion. Randolph employers are further prohibited from firing at-will employees in order to retaliate against them for filing a legal discrimination claim or initiating an investigation of discrimination.

Additionally, the Family and Medical leave act prohibits employers from firing employees for having taken leave for family or medical reasons. Lastly, employers cannot fire employees who are simply exercising a legal right, performing an obligation under law, or refusing to do an illegal act.

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

In Randolph, Massachusetts, a lawyer will be able to notify you about whether you are a victim of wrongful termination, and they will be able to guide you in collecting the necessary documents. Sometimes there can be procedures that are unique, and a lawyer can guide you in these as well.

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Life in Randolph

Town of Randolph is a city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Some folks may be interested to find out that the word "town of" is in Randolph's official name. The decision was made during the time it incorporated as a city in 1793. It was also when the motto "say what you feel" became the motto. Randolph is located in the Greater Boston Area and is directly connected to the Boston by major highways like Interstate 93 and US Route 1, rail lines like the Middleboro line to Boston, busses, and the Norwood Memorial Airport. Most Randolph residents use Logan International Airport for their air travel because it is a major hub and flights can cost less. Randolph plays host to a growing community of Boston professionals like lawyers. Randolph lawyers are licensed to practice throughout Massachusetts and know the rigid court procedures of county, state, and city courts.

Many families select Randolph for its schools system that offers kindergarten through high school. Students entering ninth grade may select to attend Blue Hills Regional Technical School or Norfolk County Agricultural School. They're referred to as "Blue Hills" and "Aggie," respectively. Randolph has notable residents like bandleader and producer Danny Davis, rap dj and producer Clinton Sparks, painter and sculptor William Rimmer, NHL Hall of Famer Rod Langway, and author Mary. E. Wilkins Freeman. Town of Randolph is a popular city with lots of great restaurants.

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