In NC, what guidelines should an employer follow to fire an employee who is under contract?

How can he/she be fired to avoid major complications?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Read the contract. What does it provide?

    If you are trying to fire for soemthing that isn't covered, you are opening yourself up to some liability. If youa re trying to fire for something that is covered by the contract, then follow the defined procedures for termination outlined in the contract.

  • 4 years ago

    1st I don't think he violated the Contract. His wording may have been carefully chosen. Remember when Jesse Jackson said to the affect that if felt safer when walking down a street and a group of kids warded upon him, when he discovered they were white. Obviously his 1st thought isn't of the KKK. The question comes down to did his experience with class warfare cause his fear? Granted he does promote class warfare. From the info I can fine, the outward violence on whites from blacks isn't as high as blacks on blacks. Contracts are important & the clearer they are in NORMAL man's english the better. Writes that only a lawyer can understand are worthless. Remember law school doesn't teach ethics; it teaches one to manipulate under which law the lawyer wishes his client to be judged.

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