Originally posted by Samba
I would too... I would also check with your local employment laws as well... You are obviously doing what you were hired to do, therefore it seems to me that you are being fired for personal reasons. Being fired for personal reasons may or may not consitute discrimination, and, if you can prove that your employer had no professional motives to get rid of you that may or may not constitute wrongful termination. These are just ideas, but keep in mind I am a former legal assistant to a very prominant attorney who worked with cases such as this. Keep us posted, and whatever you do, Don't Quit! You're there for the animals! Good Luck, Jenn!
unfortunetly it is legal to fire some one unjustly but there is a process involved. the gist of it is they have to give 2 weeks severance pay.