Take Back Your Right to Fire at Will

We know things are tough right now, and businesses are having to adapt in almost every area. But that doesn't mean you have to let things slide that you would normally address. Productivity is still important, and you don't have to keep around an employee who isn't pulling his or her weight.

Of course, you still have to be careful when terminating an employee. Fire any member of a protected group and your company could easily be forced to spend thousands in legal fees to defend against discrimination charges.

Fire at Will book

No matter what's going on in the world, you still have the right to hire and fire at will. You can still tell problematic employees to shape up or ship out – with no risk of winding up in court. Make the laws work for you with Fire at Will, our best-selling special report.

The truth is, there are ways to get rid of employees in almost any situation. The trick is how you do it. Fire at Will shows you simple techniques that give you an unassailable legal position. You'll learn:

  • The ultimate right (and most powerful weapon) you possess as a boss
  • How to get rid of trouble-making employees in almost any situation
  • How to derail claims of race, sex and age discrimination
  • How to make your company "sue-proof"
  • How to protect your right to fire at will – or reclaim it if you have lost it
  • Federal laws you must know about and abide by
Hire at Will book

Hiring is just as risky as firing. That's why we offer Hire at Will, so you can approach interviews and hiring with confidence.

This companion to Fire at Will guides and advises you on what you can do – legally – to hire the people you want without fear of being sued. You'll learn:

  • How to get all the information you need out of a job candidate without breaking the law
  • The 8 most loaded interviewing questions that elicit the information you're really looking for
  • The "magic" statement to include on all job applications to retain your right to "fire at will"
  • How to make your company "sue-proof"
  • When help-wanted advertising must include an EEO statement
  • Written tests – which ones work best? Which are legal? Which should you absolutely avoid?

Take the steps necessary to make the laws and regulations affecting your rights to hire or fire employees work for you rather than against you. And do it without risking a dime!

That's right! We're giving away Hire at Will and Fire at Will absolutely FREE to qualified executives who respond to this offer within the next 3 days.


It's our way of acquainting you with a remarkable service called HR Specialist: Employment Law.

You'll learn how to protect yourself from expensive, morale-draining employee lawsuits … find the best person for every job in your company … get rid of those who don't contribute their fair share … avoid paying overtime (legally!) … and much more! Read a sample issue now.

Subscribers also get access to resources on our website, TheHRSpecialist.com, including helpful guidance through the coronavirus pandemic. We're updating our resources regularly so HR Specialist: Employment Law readers are always up-to-date on the latest developments affecting their businesses.

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HR Specialist: Employment Law is the next best thing to having a top labor attorney on staff. Each month you'll receive a concise, easy-to-read briefing on key changes in labor and business laws that affect your rights and responsibilities as an employer.

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But there's no need to make a final decision about subscribing to HR Specialist: Employment Law right now. Try it out risk-free. If it's not for you, don't worry about it. Just cancel and get a full, 100% refund of every cent.

So put the law on your side.

Respond today!


Pat DiDomenico, Editorial Director

Editorial Director

P.S. Respond now and you can download Hire at Will and Fire at Will immediately. Start exercising your rights as an employer today!