Abstract The employment-at-will doctrine states that, when an employee does not have a written employment contract and the term of employment is of indefinite duration, the employer can terminate the employee for good cause, bad cause, or no cause. The employment-at-will doctrine also states that an employee is hired based on his/her will and may choose to leave at any time after post-employment. The same applies to the employers in the sense that they can fire her for good cause, bad cause or no cause. The employer does not hold any legal liability as long as no contract was signed upon employment. There is an exception that states that an employer may not terminate the employee if public policy supports the employee. In this case where this employee is not protected under public policy and since she cannot perform her duties, she should be fired. The second exception
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