Contract, at-will

If two parties sign an agreement that lays out certain terms, such as an employment contract, it is understood that the company can’t force you to work; that you are doing so “at will,” regardless of the terms of the contract. It also means they can fire you “at will,” even if the contract is for a set period of time.

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