Question: 1 KU pointed out that there was no evidence that

1. KU pointed out that there was no evidence that it actually violated the regulation during Jasper’s period of employment. Shouldn’t an employer have to “act” before any public policy concerns justify an exception to the employment-at-will rule?
2. Does the court’s ruling mean that all state administrative regulations are now the source of public policy considerations?

Jasper was hired as the director of Kid University (KU) with no specific terms of employment. A short time after Jasper started her employment, the owners insisted that Jasper find a way to cut staff expenses, and Jasper protested that the current staffing was necessary for compliance with state regulations. Soon thereafter, KU terminated Jasper from her employment at the facility.

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