at-will employment

Definition of "at-will employment"
  1. An employment mode that allows either party, employer or employee, to terminate the employment at any time, assuming the reason isn't unlawful
How to use "at-will employment" in a sentence
  1. In an at-will employment scenario, the employee quit due to personal reasons.
  2. The at-will employment allowed the company to let John go because of cost-cutting measures.
  3. Because of at-will employment, Lisa was terminated from her role without previous warning.

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