Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Florida Statute of limitations for wrongful termination

Florida, employees salaried "at will". An employer can employees terminate for any reason whatever reason if a contract of employment not otherwise specified. However, an employer may terminate an employee for a discriminatory reason. Unjustified TerminationFederal law prohibits an employer an employee to terminate the based on discriminatory grounds. An employer may terminate an employee because of race, color, national origin, age, religion, sex or disability. It is also forbidden to stop, an employee in retaliation for an employee, a leave of absence for family and medical leave Florida LimitationsIn Act.Florida status took an employee can a complaint of discrimination with the Florida Commission on relationships, file, if the employer has 15 employees or more, when explored not federal or local agency, the complaints of discrimination, and whether there was the discriminatory practices in the past 365 days. An employee must the complaint within 365 days from the date of the act.Federal discriminatory status LimitationsAn employees can submit a complaint of discrimination with the equal employment opportunity Commission (Commission) USA opportunity. The complaint must be filed within 180 calendar days or within 300 days in the calendar, if a State or local agency has a law prohibiting the same kind of discrimination.

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