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public policy exception

A common law remedy to the employment-at-will doctrine that has been created by the judicial system. Courts in various jurisdictions have recognized that an employee should not be terminated for exercising rights under other laws that were enacted to protect the employee. An example of a wrongful termination suit that has been allowed involved the firing of an employee for missing a week of work to serve on jury duty.

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