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Q-Jones is injured on the job and files a claim for workers compensation benefits. He is terminated for filing the claim. He had no contract for a specific term of employment. Which of the following is a correct statement of the law concerning this situation?

A._____ He would have a claim under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

B._____ He has no claim since he was an employee at will and there are no exceptions to that rule.

C._____ He might have a claim for wrongful termination if he can prove the public policy exception to employment at will.

D._____ His claim would be covered by the Equal Pay Act

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