June 15, 2017 | From HRCalifornia Extra

​You’ve reached a decision to terminate a particular employee.​

In theory, terminating an employee is as easy as saying, “You’re fired” and handing over the final paycheck. In California, the employment relationship is generally “at-will,” which means that either the employer or the employee can end the employment relationship at any time with or without cause unless an employment contract is in place.

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