Originally Posted by ballengerb1
I might not recommend writing that letter if you are an at will employee.
If she's an at will employee, that's especially WHY she should write the letter.. It's true, an at will employee can be fired for ANY reason at all.. They'll PROBABLY get away with it this time too, and WITHOUT a letter, they would. But, they can't trick her in order to fire her.. I suggest that she could argue in court, in her false discharge lawsuit, that they COULD have fired her WITHOUT her participation at all... THAT is what at will means.. But, they CAN'T set her up in her own firing, by making her supply a report that she wouldn't reasonably be expected to have, and then firing her because she doesn't.