According to the NLRB, your company’s standard at-will employment provision may very well violate law:
For decades, both unionized and non-unionized employers have routinely included at-will employment provisions in their employee handbooks and other employment documents, ensuring that workers knew that their employment relationship was terminable at will by either party. Recently, in American Red Cross Arizona and Lois Hampton and Hyatt Hotels Corporation and United Here International Union, Region 28 of the National Labor Relations Board (NRLB), located in Arizona, has attempted to outlaw this common practice by finding such at-will provisions unlawful under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
[Read: Labor Law: NLRB finds standard at-will employment provisions unlawful at The National Law Review]
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