Over the last quarter century, the most significant development in the field of labor and employment law has been a nationwide movement toward a revision of the at-will employment doctrine. Courts in over forty-five jurisdictions have used one or more of three main theories to carve out exceptions to the previously allpervasive principle. Unfortunately, though one can applaud the values embodied in these decisions, there are serious deficiencies in the common law modifications. The purpose of this Article is to outline those defects and to demonstrate that the interests of employees and employers alike would be better served by new remedial legislation, such as the Model Employment Termination Act.
St. Antoine, Theodore J. "Employment-at-Will—Is the Model Act the Answer?" Stetson L. Rev. 23 (1993): 179-97.