The Ohio and federal discrimination laws are not (what the U.S. Supreme Court has called) a “general civility code.” That means employers do not have to be nice to their employees. If your supervisor mistreats you because the supervisor is an unkind person or simply does not like you, that is not illegal discrimination. However,… Read More
Is my employer required to give me a reason for firing me?
No. Ohio is an at-will employment state. That means that unless you have a contract of employment, your employer can fire you for any reason or no reason, as long as it is not an otherwise-illegal reason, for instance, discrimination or retaliation. Your employer is generally not required to give you a reason for firing… Read More