People who get fired are typically not happy with the decision. It is more likely that they will feel angry, betrayed, shocked and scared about their future. Of course, some terminations make more sense than others. For example, if a person consistently under-performs, repeatedly fails to show up or is otherwise inadequate in meeting job standards, a firing may be unsurprising.
However, when the firing doesn't seem to be in response to any type of poor performance or negative behaviors, people often wonder if they have been the victims of a wrongful termination. In order to determine if you may have been unlawfully fired, you should consider the following three signs of a wrongful termination.