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6 August, 12:23

The doctrine of "employment at will" means that employees must be allowed to keep their jobs as long as they are willing and able to perform their required duties. Under this doctrine, employers can only fire or layoff an employee if the firm is in serious financial difficulty or the employee is grossly incompetent or has committed a felony.

a) True

b) False

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  1. 6 August, 14:16
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    You're answer would be False love!
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