When Walton Weiner interviewed for a job with McGraw-Hill, Inc.,

When Walton Weiner interviewed for a job with McGraw-Hill, Inc., he was assured that the company would not terminate an employee without “just cause.” McGraw-Hill’s handbook said, “[The] company will resort to dismissal for just and sufficient cause only, and only after all practical steps toward rehabilitation or salvage of the employee have been taken and failed. However, if the welfare of the company indicates that dismissal is necessary, then that decision is arrived at and is carried out forthrightly.” After eight years, Weiner was fired suddenly for “lack of application.” Does Weiner have a valid claim against McGraw-Hill? Apart from the legal issue, did McGraw-Hill do the right thing? Was the process fair? Did the company’s behavior violate important values?

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