A manager believes he can hire a few employees by promising them job security and later

a manager believes he can hire a few employees by promising them job security and later terminating them if business slows down. on what grounds could such a termination be considered a wrongful discharge? multiple choice desperate times call for desperate measures. the company has policies for handling misbehavior. the company overpaid the terminated employees. the terminations deviate from the promise of job security in the work agreement. the company is under financial constraints and, at times, has to have employee layoffs.