Waiving Departing Employee’s Notice Period Can Raise Discrimination Concerns

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In a recent article, we looked at the pros and cons of letting soon-to-be-departing employees work the duration of their notice period or whether it’s better to cut ties quickly. Of special concern to many HR managers is whether waiving the notice period can somehow be considered discriminatory. Coincidentally, the Iowa Court of Appeals just decided a case addressing the issue.

Facts and Findings

Alisha Munoz was a seasonal employee at Adventure Land. She gave a one-day notice, letting the employer know Labor Day would be her final day of work. The company determined it didn’t need

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