This article posted on our partner site outlines the circumstances that give rise to just cause for termination. Just cause for termination will be found where there is breakdown of the inherent trust in the employment relationship, including gross incompetence, serious or repeated insubordination, theft, embezzlement, lying to the employment, intentionally disregarding rules, lying about skills and qualifications, or starting a competing business with the employer.


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