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What Constitutes “Discrimination” These Days?

Sep 18, 2013

By JORDAN ODO | Published: SEPTEMBER 17, 2013

Isn’t it just crazy how many employees these days believe that they have been discriminated against, even after the employer provides legitimate reasons for the layoff or discharge?  After all, we live and work in Hawaii—a state adopting the so-called “at-will” employment rule, right?

Yes and yes.  That may all be true, but…

A recent Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals decision should make us, employers, pause and think twice about how we go about disciplining or terminating employees.

Get the full article and additional articles at our blog, Hawaii Labor & Employment Insider for the Akamai Employer.

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