Case: Individual Employment Rights/Wrongful Discharge (D. Mont.) – Bloomberg Law

Harvest Management had good cause to terminate an employee of Hunter’s Pointe Retirement Community who alleged she was discharged in retaliation for complaints she made against two of the company’s lead managers, a federal court in Montana ruled. Her speculation that the reason for her discharge was pretext and that she was terminated due to her complaints wasn’t supported by the record, the court said. The employee failed to change her behavior toward other employees after being given multiple warnings, she continued to gamble with residents of the senior living facility even though she knew it to be against the …