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Can you fire someone because they're not a good 'fit' for your culture?

Most employers understand that they may not terminate someone for being a member of a protected class (or otherwise having protection under the law). But in states where at-will employment is the law of the land (all states except Montana), any other reason is fair game. Theoretically, then, an employee who isn’t getting along with his or her coworkers (and who has no contractual promise of employment) could be fired for a lack of chemistry.
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