While New York is an "at-will" employment state -- which means that your employer can terminate you for any or no reason, with little or no notice -- this does not apply to employees with a written employment contract. For those employees, their employment, and the termination of their employment, is governed by the specific terms of their employment agreement.
Each employment contract is different, but here at the Filosa Graff Law Firm, we have experience advising employees and high-level executives on all manner of employment contracts. When litigation is required, we are prepared to act quickly to protect your rights.
If you have questions about whether your employer has breached your employment contract, you should speak with an attorney to determine your rights. You can contact us by calling (212) 256-1780 or Filling Out The Form Here.
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