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What You Can Do If You Were Wrongfully Terminated
What You Can Do If You Were Wrongfully Terminated

Oklahoma follows the “at-will” rule, which means an employer can terminate their employees for any reason and at any time, or for no apparent reason at all. However, there are a few distinct exceptions to this rule. If your employer discriminated against you for any reason ...

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