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termination in good faith

Aggravated damages are aggravating employers

Employers must be honest, candid and forthright with employees. Failure to do can result in a judge ordering an employer to pay an employee aggravated damages.

 

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Right to terminate BUT in good faith

The decision in this case confirms that termination clauses will not be voided where there is no good reason to do so.

 

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