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In Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" What were the job rights, or Willy Loman?

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    **Of Willy Loman, sorry.

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    Your question makes no sense. Please clarify.

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    What are the job rights of Willy Loman?
    What are his rights, as an employee, when he got fired?
    Were there any rights at that time?

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    Since he didn't belong to a union, he had no job rights. Companies can fire people, especially sales people if they don't produce.

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    Okay. And job rights these days would be extremely different, yes?

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    Job rights haven't changed a lot. Only those under contracts and have union backing have many job rights today. People supposedly can't be fired because of their gender, religion, or race, but companies find other ways to fire them if they want.

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    Supposedly? So does that mean that they could, without due cause? and the employee could do nothing about it?

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    Yep.

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