I was fired obver the phone driving home from work after I turned my manager in for company violations and fraud do i have a case?

UPDATED: Mar 16, 2012

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I was fired obver the phone driving home from work after I turned my manager in for company violations and fraud do i have a case?

This involves almost 1 year of my manager harassing me after I became ill, creating a hostile workplace, retaliation, forcing me to perform at a unreal level above all the other supervisor’s, placing me on a Performance Improvement Plan giving me until March 13 to comply, and firing me on February 25th for failing to meet the percentage on a audit, my Improvement Plan said I had until March 13. I made several complaints to HR that were all dismissed by my managers friend the HR Rep for our district. Oddly enough the big deal with this corp. was getting 100% execution, I did almost every week.

Asked on March 16, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, Florida


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Answered 10 years ago | Contributor

If you believe that you were terminated in retaliation for complaints that you made with respect to work place harassment as you have written, you may have a very good claim for wrongful termination under state and federal law in this country. I suggest that you consult with an attorney that practices in the area of employment law as well as consider making a complaint about what happened with your local department of labor.

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