A good friend recently told me they were fired from their job, but the company did not give them a document outlining the reason for the termination. Is this against the law?
A: Not in North Carolina. In this state, an employer does not have to give you a reason for your termination. Additionally employers are not required to give you anything in writing. In fact, they can terminate you over the phone if needed. C
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