Actually in most states you don’t have to give a reason for termination and while that may be good for the business from a legal standpoint, who pays in the long run?
Me and you !!
Result? Bad customer service and the consumer dealing with employees who do not know how to do the job. Say a woman was working at a Red Lobster. She gets fired and being the way the laws are, Red Lobster didn’t tell her why she was fired. Then she goes over to Outback Steakhouse gets hired only to find her herself fired again and Outback Steakhouse like Red Lobster won’t gave a reason for termination other than "Your services are no longer required". Then she goes to yet another restaurant and the same thing happens. Yet this woman has not a clue to why she was fired because businesses do not have to give a reason for their action and on top of that her supervisors didn’t tell this woman what the problem was. Why? They don’t have too. I myself knew quite a few supervisors over the years who had no problem going online and telling complete strangers the problems they are having with a certain employee yet for a number of reasons they will not tell the actual employee what the problem is. And people complain that the business world is not like it used to be.
Well so much for losing a job being a learning experience.