State & Government Employee Law

What is Employee Law?

State employees and other employees of federal and local governmental agencies have special employee rights including the right to file grievances if they are terminated or demoted.

Certain government employees like school district superintendents, county administrators, and city managers have contractual rights to continued employment and may have a breach of contract claim if they are terminated unlawfully. Continuing teachers in South Carolina have the right to grievance hearings before their board of education.

The government may not discriminate against employees based on their free speech, practice of religion, or political affiliation.

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