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Disgruntled X-Employee Suing Dennis Milligan

I am a little confused, I thought Arkansas was a right to work state and an employer could fire at will. We now have an X employee sueing the

tax payers for her pain and suffering.  According to the Saline County


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Comment by Shirley Reynolds on May 1, 2011 at 6:01pm

Adrian, so what did Dennis Milligan do that you should be sueing him for? You know he is an elected official and he does have the right to say who he wants to work for him or does he? 

Do you have the right to tell him that he does not have the right to say whom he wants to work

for him?


Comment by Shirley Reynolds on May 1, 2011 at 1:07pm
Adrian, the situation is?
Comment by Adrian on April 30, 2011 at 9:48pm

Shirley ,

Many people in arkansas get the "at will" employment issue confused. Arkansas is a right to work state but that does not have anything to do with this situation ... i suggest you may go here to find out more about right to work issues-  Now the "at will" law in arkansas allows employers and employees to operate without contracts. This is where the "at will" employment comes from. We also have fair pratice standards for employees. So if the employer does not abide by these standards they can be sued. Many companys in arkansas lose lawsuits over this issue everyday, as they do not understand the balance between "at will" and fair pratice standards violations. I hope this helps clarify your confusion.

Comment by Shelli Poole on April 30, 2011 at 4:07pm

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