Constructive Discharge and Forced Terminations

Many employers wishing to prevent a wrongful termination lawsuit will torment their employees to make them quit. In essence, such employers force the tormented employee to terminate herself to avoid further anguish at work. If the employer makes the work environment intolerable, the employee who is forced to quit may bring as lawsuit for "constructive discharge" and seek the same remedies in court available to a wrongful termination plaintiff.

At Will Employment

Most workers are employed "at will." Simply put, an employer may fire its employees for any any reason (or for no reason) at any time. However, there are several exceptions to the doctrine of "at will" employment that exists in California. The most common exceptions are as follows:

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