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Process of Termination: Wyoming

This item is part of Process of Termination: Federal

Author: Vonde Smith, Vonde Smith

Summary

  • Wyoming courts interpret just cause for termination as a matter of reasonability on behalf of the employer. See Termination for Cause.
  • All terminated employees, whether they quit or were fired, must be paid by the next regular payday or by the time specified in a collective bargaining agreement. Penalties are imposed for noncompliance. See Termination Pay.
  • Wyoming statutes proscribe retaliation for engaging in lawful activities in many different scenarios. See Retaliation.