Can you still sue for discrimination if you are fired with no reason given during the probation period?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavourite answer
You can but your right severely limited during probation. Good Luck.
I was fired after 2 years for a seizure, boss Ed Jacobson lied I would have to bring in witnesses, though. and he'd fire them, too. And I Might get my job back BUT I didn't want it. He'd just find Another reason to fire me, too. Even though CA state law forbade his first action.
- 4 weeks ago
Sorry, but you won't be able to win that one. Your employer decided you weren't a good fit during your probation period
- Anonymous1 month ago
Of course you can sue. In order to win you must PROVE discrimination.
- PearlLv 71 month ago
you can try doing that
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- SlickterpLv 71 month ago
Sure, if you can prove discrimination, which you won't likely be able to.
- Anonymous1 month ago
That is why it is called a probationary period it gives the employer a chance to see if it is going to work out or not, and in your case I guess it didn't
And since you didn't go into the discrimination part of your question, I am betting you are wanting to use that excuse for you being fired instead of owning up to the fact you were not worth the employers time to keep you on the payroll.
Employers do not fire valuable employees who come to work, do their job as shown, not late, and do quality work, I am betting you failed in at least 2 of the mentioned what makes a good employee.
You have no lawsuit, and only a money grubbing lawyer would take this case and only after you pay him his fees up front and are willing to be milked out of a lot more, because this is a non winnable case.
Good luck in your next job search
- Jeff SLv 71 month ago
Nope and most employers cover their *sses by having an 'at will' clause on the application.
An 'at will' clause allows an employer to fire an employee at anytime for any reason! Doesn't matter how long you worked for them!
- MaxiLv 71 month ago
You can sue anyone for anything............ suing costs money and if you do not have proof of 'discrimination' you are wasting your time......... bearing in mind if they were discrimitory they would not have employed you in the first place
- Beverly SLv 71 month ago
You can sue for anything... but if you can't prove it you will lose.
- FuhrLv 61 month ago
I'm sure there was good reason.
- W.T. DoorLv 71 month ago
To win you would need evidence of illegal discrimination.