The Ultimate Winner
- May 18, 2010
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So you have no actual knowledge or link, since you have failed to back up you claim, I will treat it as a lie. Thanks for conceding the point that you have actually nothing.I cited a State labor code first and then the federal doctrine. Right wingers are simply too busy with right wing fantasy to come up with valid arguments for rebuttal.First you said federal, then you said state, then you said federal, except Montana and now you claim state again. Which is it? Only the dishonest can't back their words by posting a simple link.I cited California labor code. Only the hard work advocating right wing is too lazy to look it up.I am pretty sure that the solution that is being put forth for the homeless and mentally ill is way off base.
You are the one that cited the law, either back it up or don't, pretty easy, why do you make it so difficult?look up any at-will employment State you want. it really is that simple. My argument still holds because I am not a special pleading right winger. And, yes, you really do seem that annoying as is usual and customary for the Right Wing.No problem, just show the link.Not at all. At-will employment means the same in all States but Montana. What I cited is federal doctrine regarding employment at the will of either party in any at-will employment State.You claimed you quoted a state law, which state? Every state has a different view, I'd like to see which state you are quoting from.It doesn't matter which State, it applies to Any at-will employment State.Which state? Could we get a link?
Here is a more comprehensive definition:
At-will employment is generally described as follows: "any hiring is presumed to be 'at will'; that is, the employer is free to discharge individuals 'for good cause, or bad cause, or no cause at all,' and the employee is equally free to quit, strike, or otherwise cease work."--https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/At-will_employment