Dot462 Wrote:
Jan 02, 2013 9:45 PM
Under right-to-work, employment is at will. That is, the employer can terminate somebody for any reason and the employee can quit for any reason. If the termination violate the employee's civil rights (discrimination because of sex, age, ethnicity, race, etc), then the employee can seek remedy in court. People have been let go for engaging in union activities on employer time and on employer property without permission.