Ohio employers are required to comply with several state and federal employment laws. Failure to do so could result in a lawsuit that proves to be costly in terms of time and resources.
A law that promotes uniformity between ordinances passed by cities and counties and existing state and federal laws may seem like a move towards consistency. In Ohio, it is creating controversy.
Many people have not had to deal with the reality of getting fired from a job -- but many, in fact, have. After getting fired, it is very easy to begin thinking about what your employer did and how they unfairly treated you. Sometimes you may have a case -- other times, it is just wishful thinking. But in any case, it is important to consider exactly how you were terminated from your position and what your legal standing is going forward.