Employee Rights

Wrongful Termination

January 31, 2020
Wrongful Termination Checklist: Were you Fired Illegally? Under Florida law, in the private sector, an employee's status is deemed to be "at will." This means an employee serves "at the will" of their employer, and the employer may determine terms and conditions employment. Further, they can change those terms and conditions at any time, with or without notice, and for an...

Florida Non-Compete Agreements

January 15, 2020
Florida Non-Compete Agreements: A Complete Guide A "non-compete" and other "restrictive covenant" agreements are contractual agreements where an employee promises not to compete with a business during employment, or for a defined time and in a specified location post-employment. A non-compete can prevent employees, contractors, licensees, and distributors from becoming a ...

At Will Employment Laws by State

January 13, 2020
In the United States, at-will employment is a commonly accepted labor practice – every state and the District of Columbia enforce at-will employment policies in some form. However, some states have exceptions to these laws, in order to give employees more rights against potentially advantageous employers. Which states have exceptions to at-will employment? With assist...

Wrongful Termination Checklist

December 18, 2019
Wrongful Termination Checklist - Were You Fired Illegally?  Have you been fired recently? Did you know some terminations are considered unlawful? Do you suspect that you may have been fired illegally? Please read the FGBO Law’s wrongful termination checklist below. Discrimination Do you have evidence that you were fired based on discrimination? For example, a wri...

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