Getting a job is not very difficult, but getting one that satisfies you both mentally and emotionally is a big challenge. To top this, if it can meet go beyond your financial requirements, it is termed as your dream job. While many are not lucky enough to get it, many change their ideas about the ideal job and settle for one that is well rewarding, financially.
When you are in California, you know how competitive the job market is. There are many takers for the limited jobs available and this gives your employer the edge, as they have can pick and choose and even fire at will, if they are not too happy.
When Can They Fire You
Employees and the employers getting along and working seamlessly for the betterment of the company is very unlikely and happens only in your imagination. Sadly, the real world settings are not so ideal and hence disagreements happen and more often than not, the “boss” shows the employees who is the boss. This is done by either holding back a promotion, increment or even increasing the work burden with shorter deadlines. In extreme cases, your employer can fire you at any time in California.
They need not necessarily give you a reason unless you have entered into a contract at the time of employment. If the contract states your employer cannot fire you without a good cause, then they will be forced to give you a good reason. If you have a contract, a legal advisor or an attorney can go through the documents and let you know what your next course of action can be.
The fire at will option gives the employers the upper hand as they can fire anyone at any time without any reason stated. If the employee being fired has served for a considerable amount of time or if the firing is based on race or some discrimination, the employee can seek the help of the court.