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Process of Termination: Ohio

This item is part of Process of Termination: Federal

Authors: Keith A. Asthmus and Michael N. Chesney, Frantz Ward LLP

Summary

  • When an employment contract is written for a definite term, Ohio courts permit terminations for just cause under the terms of the contract as well as for other types of misconduct. See Termination for Just Cause.
  • Ohio has several laws prohibiting retaliatory or discriminatory discharge by employers. See Retaliatory Discharge.
  • Some Ohio employees may claim constructive discharge in certain situations, but such claims must be tied to other required claims to be valid. See Constructive Discharge.