For some people, job security is hard to come by in today's economy. However, anyone who is terminated from their position has a reasonable expectation that they are being let go for a legitimate reason. There are even laws in place, including the Massachusetts Whistle Blower Statute, that are in place to help ensure that employees aren't fired for the wrong reasons. However, one man has recently claimed that he is a victim of wrongful termination in court papers.
The man claimed that he had a pleasant relationship with his supervisor for the most part. That relationship deteriorated when his supervisor ran for public office. According to court papers, the plaintiff claims his supervisor threatened employees who opted not to donate to his financial campaign. Their relationship allegedly changed after the plaintiff chose not to contribute.