From the Labor & Employment Practice.

Recent National Labor Relations Board Developments:

Firing "At Will" Employees for Insubordination May Be Risky

February, 2003

(Labor & Employment Newsletter – 2003)

While most employees who are not under union contracts are employed “at will,” and may be terminated for any reason or no reason so long as the reason is not based on their protected status (age, race, gender, etc.), they may also be protected from firing by the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

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