Megan was employed by a large company her supervisor

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Megan was employed by a large company. Her supervisor told her to falsify government reports. She refused and was fired. She sued for wrongful discharge. Her employer claimed that, since Megan was an at-will employee, she had no legal right to claim the company was liable for damages. Is the employer right? D. No. Though at-will employees do not have extensive rights relative to job security, they may not be legally fired for refusing to perform an illegal act. A. Yes. An at-will employee does not have a legal right to claim wrongful discharge of employment. B. Yes. As an employee, Megan owes a duty of loyalty to her employer. If the company was found to have acted illegally by falsifying the reports, it (not Megan) would be liable. C. No. Even though Megan was an at-will employee, such employees may not be fired without just cause. D. No. Though at-will employees do not have extensive rights relative to job security, they may not be legally fired for refusing to perform an illegal act.
Wrongful discharge claims are generally based upon all EXCEPT:
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