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After Giving Notice?

Updated 08/25/2017




    Can They Fire Me If I Already Gave Notice?  |  Forbes, Liz Ryan                                                       07/24/2017
    In the U.S. we have a doctrine called Employment at Will. It means that your employer
    can terminate you at any time for any reason, as long as you are not covered by a
    collective bargaining agreement or any other kind of employment contract and as
    long as the reason for your termination is not discriminatory.
    Mia can still fire you at any point up until your last day.

    If you get fired now, you can collect unemployment compensation for the time
    between your last day of work and the date you were planning to leave — assuming
    you are otherwise eligible.



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