Why Do Employees Sue Their Employers?May 23, 2022
1. The employee was terminated but wasn't aware he was doing a bad job at work.
2. Employee didn't know why he was fired
3. Employer gave a negative reference to the new prospective employer
4. Other people did the same things and got away with it
5. Toxic managers
6. The employee was forced to quit because of the toxic environment
7. Things changed after they complained to HR.
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