Under New Hampshire law, wrongful termination, sometimes called wrongful discharge, relates to the wrongful firing of an “at will” employee. This means that an employee has done something that public policy encourages or refused to do something that public policy discouraged and the employer retaliated against the employee by terminating their employment. This type of termination or discharge is an exception to the employment-at-will.
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