My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Michigan. I was employed for two months at a bookstore. I was hired to supervise 15 other cashiers and that was what I was told my job was. I had had no corrective actions written about me nor was I told I was doing anything wrong. The day after Christmas I was asked to go look at schedules and to make them but was taken to the other managers office where I was told that I was supervising my department too much and not helping the other departments even though they each have two supervisors where u was the only one in mine. I was told there was no discussion about this and that I needed to get my stuff and leave. I was told I was a disappointment and that them telling me this was to help me be a better employee at my next job. Is this a legal reason to terminate someone? This a family owned business but don't they have to do write ups and warnings?