Employment Law Question- Protected classes

Sep 26th, 2015
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Many students are surprised to learn that employees may be fired for any reason not expressly prohibited by the law. As we have seen, the law requires employers to accommodate a fairly wide range of employee behaviors and conditions. However, there are still classes of employees and behaviors that are not protected by the federal law, e.g., sexual orientation or political affiliation.

Should the law be expanded to cover additional classes and behaviors? Why or why not?

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