My company fired me without giving me a reason. Aren’t they required to give me one?

“More often than not, they will give you reasons,” says Gokul Haridas, lawyer at Tito Isaac & Co LLP. “If they don’t, look up your terms of employment for an answer.” In addition, most employment contracts require your employer to give you written notice where you will be required to serve a notice period, says Gokul. At the end of the day, whether your boss gives you an explanation or not depends on your employment contract.

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