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What to do if you're fired during coronavirus
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The coronavirus pandemic has created confusion for many employers and employees, and it can be an especially difficult time to seek help for employees who feel they've been unfairly terminated.
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Blaine Bortnick of law firm Rasko Klock told FOX Business that he would advise any employee who feels he or she was unfairly fired to take a beat.
"It varies from state to state, but generally speaking an employee has 300 days to file an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charge," Bortnick said. "There’s no need to go and rush out tomorrow and file an EEOC charge. … You should have a dialogue with the company and gather the facts."