Working as a lawyer for a small agency I often get asked if I am out or introduced to someone new the question what should I do if I was cheated? This is an interesting question and quite a popular one. I ran across an excellent article that answers the question of being cheated perfectly. This is the resource that I now recommend.
After working for more years than I would like to mention, one of the things I’ve learned is that most people who are employed are employed as employees at will, unless they are covered under an employee contract, or perhaps a union contract. What Ive always believed that to mean was that a person can be fired for any reason or no reason at all. However, a person cannot be fired for reasons that are illegal, such as age discrimination, as the writer of the aforementioned letter seems to believe.
In the end, if she really feels that she has been a victim of discrimination, sitting around feeling pain and hurt as stated in her letter, wont help. She needs to stand up and fight for her rights.
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