Removal from service

Removal from service – the Labor Law in many legal systems gives a right of an employer to fire (release from work) a employee in particular cases where the behavior of the employee is not professional, moral or where it is illegal. For example, in situations where the employee acts against the interests of the company, or works for competitors, or does not keep proper labor behavior. The act of ending the labor relations between the employer and the employee on the base of any of the above reasons is called “removal from service” and occurs because of guilt by the employee.

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